how to make great southwest onion-rings
How to make spicy Southwestern buttermilk onion-rings .
I love onion-rings. I have always loved onion rings more than french fries in fact I can't stand french fries but I do like a baked potato with sour cream.
Down in Tempe Arizona there used to be this great college restaurant that closed down that had the best thickest onion rings within Arizona if i remember correctly it was long wongs wings
I used to go there with my girlfriend and if it was crowded and get the onion rings to go. Anyway their onion rings were great and I used to stop in the car and just to eat them with her out of the bag. They were thick and juicy giant onion rings the way healthy rings should grow .
1 1/2 cups of buttermilk
1 1/2 cups of flour
2 large sweet onions
Olive oil or canola for frying
2 tablespoons of chili powder
1 large saucepan with lid, 2 large bowls, paper towels
How to prepare
prepare on bowl with flour to dip the onion rings.
Peel onions and cut straight down the middle so you can pop out of the center onion rings. make them thick or i will never speak to you again!
Dip onion rings in flour
Combine in large bowl buttermilk, beer and chili powder and 2 eggs and another cup of flour.. Stir until smooth.
Place in saucepan half a cup of oil and heat on medium heat for temperature to reach 350°F. Set the temperature with your instant read thermometer
Place the onion rings in the flour batter and then tum them in the batter so that batter sticks to both sides.
Then place onion strips with tongs into oil and let it cook for 3 min.
Until the flower turns golden brown. Then remove onion strips from saucepan with tongs and place on paper towels to drain the oil.
Serve your onion rings with your favorite salsa or barbecue sauce and your favorite BBQ.
add cole slaw as a second side to onion-rings
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