Discover the pure bliss of homemade gluten-free onion rings. They are crispy, crunchy, and everything you love about this comfort food.
Homemade Gluten-Free Onion Rings
Who wants some homemade crispy onion rings? How about gluten-free ones? Yum, these little guys are so delicious! We do not eat fried foods very much, however, every once in awhile it’s such a treat!
I could have eaten a double batch of this recipe. No matter how long they sat, they were super crispy! Love the crispiness of the rings! My boys loved them as well! I read about making you own DIY Gluten Free Pankos from GF Chex over at Beard and Bonnet! What a fantastic trick! I adapted the onion rings recipe from here.
How to Make Crispy Gluten-Free Onion Rings
We made our own breading for the onions without any breadcrumbs. Here is what we used:
- Gluten-free flour
- Potato Starch
- Chex cereal
This combination makes the onion rings really crunchy.
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Homemade Crispy Onion Rings – #glutenfree #vegan
- 1/2 cup all-purpose flour gluten free flour I use Better Batter
- 1/4 cup cornstarch
- 2 tablespoons gluten free potato starch
- big pinch of cayenne
- 1 can club soda
- 2-3 cups smashed Gluten Free chex see link in post (Or other cereal)
- sunflower oil for frying or your fav oil
- 2 yellow onions cut into 1/4-inch rings
- Mix flour, cornstarch and potato starch together with cayenne.
- Next, slowly add the club soda. You want your batter to be thick. Add slowly while stirring. Adjust as needed, you may or may not have to use the entire can.
- Place smashed chex cereal in a new bowl.
- Dip onion rings in batter first, then into chex.
- Fry each ring in oil until golden.
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