I was about to publish this recipe when I found yours. They are fabulous, I have been making them for years and everyone loves them.
I love onion rings. But there’s no way I can make them at home. I won’t fry anything here. And the thought of dipping all those onions makes me tired. That’s where these onion rings rock! All the flavor of an onion ring in a single to make a little pancake.
These were wonderful! I was flipping through your page and saw your cookbook of Amish and Mennonite recipes. I looked through it and saw this one – I am an onion lover! I suggested to my DH that maybe some freshly ground pepper would be nice and his words were “Don’t change a thing – they’re perfect!” And they are so easy to make. There you go. Next, I will try your Cabbage Casserole – cabbage is one of our favorite vegetables. If it’s almost as good as your onion burgers, we’ll both be in heaven.
That’s right, these taste just like onion rings. That’s good! And you can make them in advance and serve them when you’re ready. Just keep them in a low oven (about 200 degrees F) for up to an hour. Although I like them better when they are hot out of the pan.
All the flavor of an onion ring in a simple to make a little fritter (pancake). They are great as a side dish or as a fancy appetizer!
I can’t believe how easy it is to make these delicious Amish onion burgers. They are crunchy, tasty and very tasty. Let’s take a look at what the people at Group Recipes have to say about it: My son loves onion rings he could eat them every day if we let him know that this is just as good in flavor and takes much less time to cook with much less mess. My family also enjoys eating onion rings, especially those with beer in them. These Amish onion burgers taste a lot like them. Yummy!
3/4 c flour
1 spoonful of sugar
1 tablespoon of corn flour
2 teaspoons of baking powder
1-2 teaspoons of salt, according to taste.
3/4 c of milk
2 1/2 c chopped onions
oil for frying
- Mix the dry ingredients.
- Add milk and stir.
- the dough will be thick.
- add onions and mix well.
- heat 1/2 inch of oil in skillet over medium-high heat.
- Put the dough in spoonfuls of hot oil, flatten it slightly and brown it on both sides until it is very crispy.
- drain on paper towels.
- serve hot.
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