Fried Onion Rings Recipe

Many archaeologists, botanists, and food historians believe onions originated in central Asia. Other research suggests onions were first grown in Iran and West Pakistan.
It is presumed our predecessors discovered and started eating wild onions very early – long before farming or even writing was invented. Very likely, this humble vegetable was a staple in the prehistoric diet. Most researchers agree the onion has been cultivated for 5000 years or more. Since onions grew wild in various regions, they were probably consumed for thousands of years and domesticated simultaneously all over the world. Onions may be one of the earliest cultivated crops because they were less perishable than other foods of the time, were transportable, were easy to grow, and could be grown in a variety of soils and climates. In addition, the onion was useful for sustaining human life. Source:


  1. Onion
  2. Flour
  3. Egg
  4. Breadcrumbs
  5. Vinegar
  6. Salt

Fried onions with vinegar

Cut onion into medium rings.

Onion rings with vinegar

Add salt and 1 tablespoon of vinegar.

Flour for onions

Soak onions in boiling water for 10 minutes than poor the water out.

Onion rings

Roll the onion rings in the flour.

Fried onions rings with beer

Break the egg into a bowl and mix.

Snacks to beer

Toss onion rings in egg mixture.

Breadcrumbs for onion rings

Then add the breadcrumbs.

Breadcrumbs with onions

Onion rings with breadcrumbs almost cooked.

Fried onions

Heat up a frying pan and add a lot of olive oil. Put onion rings into a frying pan.

Fried onions recipe

And fry on each side until golden brown.

Fried onion rings

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Bonn appetite!Fried onion rings recipe

Author: Mariia R.

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