Crispy Keto Onion Rings Recipe
That is a recipe for the best, crispy Keto Onion Rings, a low-carb version of a few of the best beers! Simple to make, delicious to eat and crunchy just like the actual thing.
Would you love onion rings as far as I do? I believe most individuals do since they're so crunchy and yummy. If you're eating a low-carb diet this is one of these foods you likely hauled off your dietplan.
Servings: 30 Onion Rings
- 2 large sweet Onions
- 3 Eggs
- ¾ cup Almond Flour
- ¾ cup Parmesan Cheese
- 3 Tbsp Coconut Flour
- ½ tsp Salt
- ½ tsp Pepper
- 1 tsp dried Parsley
- ½ tsp Paprika
- Light Olive Oil
Slice your onions into your preferred depth and then separate the rings. Put the tiny pieces aside to use in another recipe. They'll cook more evenly if all of the blossoms are close to being the same size.
In a bowl beat your own eggs.
In a separate bowl blend your own flours, cheese, and spices.
Coat your onions in egg, then in flour, then in the egg a 2nd time and in your flour mixture a 2nd time. This will assure the flour to hold onto the onions better while cooking.
First heat the oil up and put one onion ring from the oil to test it out prior to cooking the remainder. This will guarantee that the oil is hot enough to crisp your onions but not too hot to burn them.
Fry in your oil at 285 degrees, for only about 1 minute on each side.
Gradually remove the rings in the oil and drain on paper towels.
When you slit your onions, make them about 1/4 inch thickness.
Put aside the tiny rings and utilize the medium and large rings. Use the tiny ones for something else that you may be making that day or the following day, so that they won't go to waste.
You could either place your spices in the egg or in the flour, whichever you want. When you cut an onion try to perform it in as evenly as possible to get the most uniform in size slices out of your onion. To put it differently, try not to cut on it and end up with a few paper-thin pieces and some real thick slices or else they won't cook evenly.
When you are frying your Keto Onion Rings place them at the oil once the oil has reached the appropriate temperature.
That way they'll cook evenly and be crispy too. The last thing you need is to have soggy onion rings or burnt onion rings.
If you're not opposed to using animal fat, occasionally I add a few tablespoons of bacon grease to my olive oil to create my onion rings a little crispier.