Homemade Onion Rings

The other day we had a couple of friends over for a small cookout I had gotten an onion for people who like onions and apparently that meant only B because I left with almost a whole onion. I knew it would go bad if I didn’t act quickly {just like the bananas that are still sitting in my fridge} so I decided how hard could onion rings be too make? 

My initial idea was to make them like I would make my Fried Chicken and it turns out I was right! I used this recipe from All Recipes to guide me! 

First you peel and slice a large onion into rings. Once the rings are cut coat them in flour. 

Next combine the left over flour, 1 egg and milk then mix it all together

You can see the consistency that’s needed here. Not too thick but not too thin either! 

Next you want to coat the onion rings with this mixture. Put them on a cooling rack for the extra to drip off

In my case sometimes too much of the mixture dripped off so I would re coat it and quickly dip it in the bread crumbs! Here’s what they looked like all coated with the breadcrumbs: 

Once they’re all coated put them in your fryer! 

After about 5 minutes or once they’ve reached your desired color/crispiness take them out.

They were SO good. It just proves that everything home made is better! 

Homemade Onion Rings
Serves 2


  • 1 large onion, cut into rings 
  • 1 1/4 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1 egg
  • 1 cup milk, or as needed
  • Italian dry bread crumbs
  • 1 quart oil for frying, or as needed


1. Heat the oil in the fryer to approximately 350 degrees Fahrenheit.  

2. Peel and slice one large onion into rings. 
3. Place 1 1/4 all-purpose flour in a bowl and coat the onion rings with flour. 
4. Once all the onion rings are coated with flour, mix the flour and 1 beaten egg. 
5. Coat the onion rings with the flour and egg mixture. Place on a cooling rack to allow the excess coating to drip down. 
6. Once the excess coating has dripped off place the rings in the Italian bread crumbs and coat completely. 
7. Fry for 5-7 minutes or until your desired crispiness has been reached! 
8. Serve immediately or store in an air tight container in your fridge and reheat using your oven or a toaster oven! 


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