BBQ Battered Onion Rings are a great twist on traditional onion ring by adding a hint of BBQ to the batter.
Time For New
“Regrets, I have had a few…” For some reason, the Frank Sinatra song, “My Way” has stuck in my head. I think it is because of all the changes I have been going through the last few months.
I have basically have been doing a complete 180, or at least, I am trying too. I am just want to change things up in my life. I’m redecorating my apartment. Taking out the old bringing in new stuff. I am also leaving toxic people in my past. I’m cleaning everything.
Since I been doing all the changes, I am seeing so much positivity. Which is something I needed in my life? “My Way” truthfully is a good song about choices in life, we make choices, good or bad. A while back, I said I try to post 5 times a week. I did do it, but I quickly saw, I didn’t want to post 5 times a week a recipe. Why? Because I like mixing in the food and life stories. That is a choice I made when I decided to start Seduction in the Kitchen.Posting every day like that, the heart and soul of this recipe blog start to suffer. I don’t want that.
A while back, I said I try to post 5 times a week. I did do it, but I quickly saw, I didn’t want to post 5 times a week a recipe. Why? Because I like mixing in the food and life stories. That is a choice I made when I decided to start Seduction in the Kitchen.Posting every day like that, the heart and soul of this recipe blog start to suffer. I don’t want that.
That is a choice I made when I decided to start Seduction in the Kitchen. Posting every day like that, the heart and soul of this recipe blog start to suffer. I don’t want that.
So yes, I decided, although it is better to post 5 times a week to build the audience, I don’t want to lose what this blog is. It is a recipe blog with heart, as what most the readers tell me on social media. So, yes I am doing this blog my way.
I am posting at least 2-3 times a week. I don’t want to burn out. I want to add that mix of life and food.
I mean, after all, food is important to our lives, I mean how many times we celebrated by going out to dinner? Or Celebrated birthdays, anniversaries, even a wedding with cake? Food is always involved in life.
BBQ Battered Onion Rings Recipe
So, did you know one the most popular recipes I have here on Seduction in the Kitchen is my
Yes, it is. I think it because it is a simple twist on a favorite food and that is why people like that recipe. It a good example how mixing up something is good.
So I decided let’s mix up the onion ring. I want to do this BBQ twist on it like the mushroom. Did I want to keep that mushroom recipe original, so how to do a BBQ twist onto an onion ring?
When I want inspiration, I just go to the store. I start looking around, and there I saw it, McCormick’s had dry packets of BBQ seasoning in the mix section, by the gravy. Perfect, use flour mix this in and we get a nice BBQ batter.
- 1 large sweet onion
- 1 cup flour
- 1 1 oz package of BBQ seasoning from McCormick’s Grill selection (any flavor)
- 1 egg
- 2 tablespoons of milk
- Slice the onion into thick slices. then separate the rings on the onion.
- Next, mix the flour with the BBQ seasoning. After it is mixed take out about 5 tablespoons of the flour mixture and put in a bowl.
- Add the egg and milk to the 5 tablespoons of the flour mixture. Mix well. You can thin the batter down a little more with milk if you need too
- Place the onion slices in the batter, cover well and then place the battered onion rings in the dry flour mixture. Coat it well with the the flour
- After the rings are nice and covered, heat up oil and then place the rings in the oil and fry them for a few minutes on each side till they are a nice golden color.
- Drain the onion rings on a paper towel and ENJOY!
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 420