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Delicious Onion Rings

Onion-Rings

 

Hello Foodies! Today an easy recipe, super tasty and crunchy. Sent by our Sandy from Mauritius. Onion rings!  Ideal as an aperitif but also as a side dish of tasty dishes … a classic North American taste. But this recipe, like all those sent by Sandy, has an exotic touch and remains really delicate and light. Enjoy it! 😉

 

Ingredients:

 

-2 Large onions

– A cup and a half of flour

– Half a cup of Polenta

-1 Teaspoon salt

-1 Teaspoon of sugar

-2 Teaspoons ground cumin

-1 Egg yolk

-150 Ml of ice water

-1 liter of oil for frying

 

So! These quantities are for about 4 to 6 people.

 

Start peeling the onions and cut them into slices of an inch wide. Separate the rings.

 

In a large bowl place the flour,  polenta , cumin (if you like … I know that it is an ingredient that not everyone like , salt and sugar. Then add the yolk and mix. Add the ice water (be carefull! Must be really cold because this is the infallible  element to create the perfect batter for a flawless fried!). Beat the mixture well until the batter is nice and smooth.

 

Take the onion rings, one by one , and put in the batter. Then immediately fry them in the very hot oil. Let them cook until they become puffy and crisp. Dry them on paper towels and serve with creativity and with a beautiful smile ! 😉

 

Soooo Good!

 

Thanks Sandy!

 

Recipe sent by: Sandy Daswani from Mauritius .

www.feastofmauritius.com

 

 

Onion-Rings

 

 

 

2 comments

  1. Senka
    November 12, 2013 at 11:48 am

    Hi,

    We’ve recently launched the website Alldishes.co.uk. It’s a search engine that aims to gather all the best recipes from UK and Irish websites and blogs. We’ve noticed that you have a lot of great looking recipes on your blog that we would love to feature on our site. To read more about how it all works and to sign up with your blog, please visit http://alldishes.co.uk or send us an email on info@alldishes.co.uk. We look forward to hearing from you!
    Kind regards,
    Senka

  2. Denise Huneberg
    August 27, 2014 at 10:56 am

    Hi there Chef Sandy,
    Please let me know of you do cooking lessons – I’m keen to learn how to prepare some Mauritius food ! I’m visiting 04 October for 12 days.
    Thank you,
    Denise

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