Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Gluten Free Onion Rings

I'm deviating from pumpkin for a quick minute here simply because I was craving these Gluten Free Onion Rings (and you know when Mama gets a craving, she needs to feed it), and while making them, I thought I should share them with you all.  They are super easy to make, as they are made with Bisquick Gluten Free Mix.  Can you believe it?  They are so crispy and flavorful, just like you would find in a diner.  I find myself eating a good majority of them as I make them!

Gluten Free Onion Rings
As you know, it isn't always easy or fun going out to eat when you are gluten intolerant.  A few times I have gone out and seen other people eating onion rings and I really wished I could have some.  So, maybe eating them at restaurants is out, but I can have my fill at home!  My whole family loves these Gluten Free Onion Rings.  They just happen to be another one of those things I never made at home before finding out I was gluten intolerant (so the family scores again because of my discovery!).

So take a break with me from all the pumpkin recipes, get out your ketchup and get ready for some finger licking dipping goodness (and maybe even make your family glad you can't eat gluten too).

Recipe by: Goodies Gone Gluten Free
Click here for Printable Recipe

Bisquick Gluten Free Mix
1 Tbsp. Creole Seasoning (make sure it's gluten free)
1 medium Sweet Onion (like a Vidalia)
Vegetable or Canola Oil for frying

Follow direction on Gluten Free Bisquick box for making pancakes.  Stir in Creole Seasoning (make sure to read the ingredients in your seasoning that it is all gluten free.  You can find creole seasoning in the seasoning aisle.  I make sure mine doesn't contain MSG either).

Pour a few inches of oil into a large frying pan.  Heat on medium heat until drops of batter sizzle when it hits the pan.  Slice your onion vertically into rings.  Separate the rings and put about half  of the onion rings (depending on the size of your bowl) into the batter and stir to coat.  Using a fork to lift the rings, so the excess batter can drip back into bowl, carefully set a few rings in the hot oil, turning them to brown on each side.  Remove from oil to a paper towel once both sides are browned and immediately sprinkle with salt.  Continue until all rings are dipped and fried.

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