Memere’s Onion Rings

At our last family barbecue, my grandmother made her famous onion rings.

Since they are somewhat messy to cook, a turkey fryer outdoors worked out very well.

As each batch was ready, the hungry flock of family swooped in to enjoy the perfectly golden, lightly battered, salted onion rings.

When I think of onion rings, usually I think of using a beer batter.  My grandmother say she always uses ginger ale, and that she’s used Sprite before when she didn’t have ginger ale on hand.

Memere’s Onion Rings

4 eggs well beaten

Add flour to the eggs 1/2 cup at a time, until the batter is a little thicker than cake batter.

Stir in a pinch each of: salt, pepper, sugar

Add ginger ale or beer, just a little bit.

Fry in hot oil, in small batches.

 

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1 Response to Memere’s Onion Rings

  1. Les says:

    Yum! These look great! Ginger ale, that’s interesting.

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