Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Onion Rings

2 White Onions
1 cup Milk
1 Egg
Plain flour – Maida (as required to make a thick batter)
Oil for Deep frying

Method: Slice onion rounds and separate into rings. Put into a bowl, add milk and let it stand for an hour. Drain milk. Beat egg in a bowl then add little milk, salt and required flour for a thick batter and mix well. Add more milk if required. Batter should be of a dipping consistency. Dip each onion ring into batter and drop into hot oil and fry till golden brown, drain well, sprinkle with salt and serve. Ketchup if required.

You will have to try the recipe a few times to get the batter right depending on the type of flour being used.

Some herbs like Coriander and Thyme may be added with pepper to spice up the flavour.

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