Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Baked Onion Rings

This is by far my son's favorite snack item. If I can give him this, he will finish it off without any questions ask. But outside its fried and at the end of the day I am not pleased with it. So this time I give it a try at home and did baking instead of frying and he finish it off without any questions. My work is done, so no more buying it fried ones. Try this for your kids and you will see how quickly their dish will get empty. He likes it with ketchup but you can serve your kids or your choice of sauce.


1 Large sweet onion
2/3 cup of AP flour
2/3 cup of vegetable stock
2 tbsp corn starch
1/2 cup cornmeal
1 cup breadcrumbs
salt to taste
1 tsp garlic powder


Preheat oven to 400 F. and line a baking dish with parchment paper or spreay cooking oil.
slice onion in to rings 3/4 inch in width and take only outer two parts and save inside small parts for some other use.
In a one bowl, add Ap flour, vegetable stock, corn starch.
In another bowl, whisk coating ingredients ( cornmeal, breadcrumbs, salt, garlic powder). You can add dried herbs in it too like basil or parsley.
With a fork, dip an onion ring into the batter, coating all sides. Now transfer it to the coating mixture and toss it around a bit. Use a clean & dry hand to scoop up coating and sprinkle it all over the ring. If at any time your hands get sticky or coated, simply rinse and dry before starting again. Place onion rings on prepared baking sheets and repeat for the rest.
IMG 4363   Crispy Baked Onion Rings
Bake for about 18 minutes at 400F, flipping once after 10 minutes. You can broil them for a minute or two at the end to brown. Serve with your favourite dip or ketchup. These are best served immediately.
simplytadka and kids-delight-wholesome


  1. These onion rings look so tempting!! Wonderful snaps!! :)

  2. Yes ...nice evening snacks with a cup of tea

  3. these look so perfectly done... yum...

  4. Looks very perfect.. Just like the one in KFCs... And baked too... I love this :) Bookmarked..

  5. look so crisp,is there anything else we can substitute instead of cornmeal.

    1. if you don't have it then use more breadcrumbs. cornmeal gives you nice crunchy texture.

  6. Rings looks so tempting dear...Bookmarking this...

  7. Feel like having one with my cup of tea right now!!

  8. look fantastic.. simply superb... amazing clicks...

  9. wow perfectly made onion rings,luks tempting!

  10. Thanks for sharing this dear, I too have the problem of my kids eating these fries out very often, will surely try this

  11. Really nice idea, diet-freak one too

  12. Linz, baked onion rings......will love to try this. yours looks so healthy. nice recipe.

  13. Healthy verion of onion rings,luv it :)

  14. Very healthy version. Finally got to follow ur space. ..

  15. Looks yummy and crispy !!! Bookmarked the recipe !!
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  16. WOnderful recipe. Hey thanks for linking this to ONLY EVENT.


  17. Thats really healthy way of making onion rings. they look perfect. I should try some time. Thanks for sharing.

  18. wow.. amazing, look so tasty
    Thanks for linking with my event kid's Delight
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  19. Cool one dear.. Looks yum :-)

  20. Wonderful :) i have a similar recipe in my blog too :) Do check it when free

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  21. Wow, you have a great site! So glad you visited mine...these onion rings look delish and the best part is that they're baked!


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