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Oven-Baked Onion Rings

Rated as 4.21 out of 5 Stars
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"It's hard to bake an onion ring as good as a deep-fried version. These are pretty good, so check it out! This makes a very crunchy, easy, no-muss, no-fuss onion ring."
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Ingredients

30 m servings 298
Original recipe yields 4 servings

Directions

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  1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees F (230 degrees C).
  2. Separate onion slices into individual rings.
  3. Whisk egg whites with milk in a bowl until thoroughly combined; season egg mixture with a pinch of cayenne pepper. Place panko crumbs into a separate bowl.
  4. Place onion rings into a large resealable plastic bag. Add flour, salt, and black pepper; seal bag and shake until rings are well coated with flour.
  5. Drop flour-coated onion rings into egg white-milk mixture, a few at a time, and toss lightly with tongs until coated. Place rings into panko crumbs and gently shake the bowl to toss the crumbs with the onion rings until rings are coated with crumbs.
  6. Transfer coated onion rings to a large baking sheet; spray rings lightly with cooking spray.
  7. Bake in the preheated oven until onion rings are tender and crumbs are lightly golden brown, 12 to 15 minutes.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 298 calories; 3.1 74 12.8 < 1 429 Full nutrition

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Updated: To get your flour to stick, put your onions rings in a bowl of cold water before coating. Work with one or two at a time, shaking off excess water then toss into your bag of flour mix. ...

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Not pleased at all with this recipe. I made it as written. The onion rings were bland, the coating was dry. Not worth the time or effort. My husband and son ate one or two, then left the res...

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Updated: To get your flour to stick, put your onions rings in a bowl of cold water before coating. Work with one or two at a time, shaking off excess water then toss into your bag of flour mix. ...

For a baked version of onion rings these were very good. I did add seasoning to the flour, egg white and panko crumbs. Also, I found that using the convection setting on the oven helped to cri...

I made these for dinner tonight. I thought they were very good, coming in at half the calories as fried ones, this is a keeper. I baked for 15 minutes. Next time I will go less than that; may...

Not pleased at all with this recipe. I made it as written. The onion rings were bland, the coating was dry. Not worth the time or effort. My husband and son ate one or two, then left the res...

My 16 year old son made these tonight. They were really delicious!!! We had a few different sauces to dip them in. Will be making these again....so easy to make.

It is really hard to duplicate deep fried onion rings. These were quite good. The difficult thing was trying to get the flour and then the panko bread crumbs to stick. I will try them again.

Flavor was good. But the pano did not stick. Not so sure it's worth the mess.

I could eat 4 onions cooked like this! I added flavors to the different layers for fun. I am one of those people who uses the whole eggs, so yes I used 2 normal eggs, yokes and all. They turned ...

Followed a previous persons recommendation and put the onions in water prior to the breading. Worked much better.