Right here is How to Cut an onion for battering and frying into one of those delectable Awesome Blossoms that I have had a craving for today. They are sometimes called Bloomin' Onions. I'm going to try to copycat Chilis or Outback.
I think I need to make one bad! So I bought a Vidalia Sweet Onion as big as I could find.
|It's already coming apart. I guess I cut too close to the bottom or something.|
|Dust, dip and dust again......|
MASSIVE FAIL ..... it wasn't pretty....
but it WAS tasty!
DIRECTIONS:1 Vidalia Onion (slice it for onion rings thick) Dust with flour mixture, then buttermilk mixture, then flour mixture again. Let sit for a minute in the flour mixture. Then drop in hot oil on the frying pan for about 2 minutes per side. Put on a paper towel. Use 1/2 Greek yogurt and 1/2 buttermilk ranch dressing mixed in a bowl for dipping sauce. Yummy!
|But the rings are just foolproof and delicious and easy.|
greasy fingers? Yeah, you can't make these too often if you don't want to have a heart attack!
|But once in awhile is ok. So I'm sticking with them. In fact, I feel a craving coming on right now. Yummy.|
It really tasted fantastic. So I decided after two tries, that I give up on the BLOOMIN' ONION delicacy. I will just have to do it making only onion rings. They are easy. Just slice, dip and fry, eat and enjoy. Life is too short Bloomin' Onion.