12 Onion rings, cut 1” thick
2 qt Flour, plain
1 tbls salt
2 tsp white pepper
1 batch fry batter
Bailey's house ketchup (top secret, so use your own)
Oil for frying onion rings
Pre-heat an oil deep fryer to 350 degrees. (Use a “fry daddy” or similar fryer)
Cut onion rings 1 inch thick and separate into individual rings.
Mix together the flour, salt, white pepper and garlic powder. Place seasoned flour into a bowl large enough to toss onion rings in.
Coat onion rings well in the seasoned flour.
Place batter into a separate bowl and drop floured onion rings into batter.
Remove rings from batter, drain excess batter from rings and place battered rings back into the seasoned flour and coat onion rings well until coated. Shake off excess flour.
Raise basket of fryer and place an appropriate number of rings into basket so as not to overcrowd your fryer, you will need to prepare in a few batches.
Fry onion rings in fryer for 3 minutes, turn rings over after 1 ½ minutes.
Drain rings and sprinkle immediately with seasoning salt.
Serve with your favorite ketchup or other dipping sauce.
4 eggs beaten
2 ½ tsp salt
6 cups all purpose flour
4 tbsp baking powder
2 cups water
In a bowl, beat the eggs.
Add all other ingredients and whisk together until combined.