They are simply one of the best side items for a hamburger or hot dog. Beer battered onion rings are the best when they are freshly cooked from a great recipe. And while you have ordered them at restaurants, it would be nice to know a great recipe for beer battered onion rings. This shows you how to cook beer battered onion rings? Read on for a great tasting side item that will leave your stomach wanting more.
Ingredients Needed For Cooking Beer Battered Onion Rings:
2 quarts of vegetable oil for frying
4 tablespoons of melted butter
3 large sliced onions for frying
1 cup of your favorite beer
3 cups of flour
2 separated eggs
pinch of salt according to your taste
Making Beer Battered Onion Rings
Sift your flour in one bowl. In another bowl you are going to whisk only the egg yolk. Mix the butter, beer and a pinch of salt into the egg yolk. Place one cup of flour to the side for battering the onion rings. Stir the egg yolk batter mixture into the remaining flour and let it stand for 30 to 60 minutes.
You will need for your deep fryer to be heated to 375 degrees Fahrenheit
In a small bowl, you will slowly beat the separated egg whites and then add them to the batter mixture.
You will place each onion ring into the flour and then dip the onion ring into the batter mixture.
Deep fry each batter onion ring until golden brown. Place them on a paper towel to drain.
The preparation time for these Golden Brown Battered Onion Rings is about 45 minutes with a 15 minute cooking time. The ingredients makes 6 servings for your family to enjoy.
Take a break from ordering these delicious Beer Battered Onion Rings from an expensive restaurant and try making them at home. They take a short amount of time to prepare and cook which leaves you more time to relax and enjoy them while watching a football game. Keep in mind that you will salt these to taste. You may want to leave off the salt and allow your guests to place the salt on them according to their tastes. Either way, you are going to have the best Beer Battered Onion Rings ever and your family, friends and guests will thank you every time you make them. Try them with hamburgers, hot dogs, wings, ribs or anything you can think of to add that extra spice needed for that all too important delicious family meal.