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    Crispy Onion Rings

    Made this for a snack for us last night. Not bad, but...
    onion sliced into 1/4" rings -- punch out the rings per slice
    milk or cream
    Mix together in a bag:
    3/4 flour
    1/4 corn starch
    cayenne/paprika/chili powder
    sugar
    S&P

    panko bread crumbs
    canola oil

    Soak the onions in milk with a bit of salt for about 1/2 hour. Turn occasionally.
    Dredge in the flour mix, redip in the milk, dredge in the panko crumbs. Deep fry. A few minutes per side.
    Not bad. A wet batter might be better before the panko.

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    ^Cheers for the recipe.
    If like me you're a lazy git nd can't be arsed, here's the bogon way.
    Cut onions Jet's way.
    Whack up a 10 baht tempura mix from all good stores.
    Throw onions into tempura mix.
    Cook in bloody hot oil until crispy and brown.
    Big plate of rings for 20 baht.
    Get 'em while they're hot.
    Black diamonds? I shit 'em.

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    ^ I was looking for that easy way. Thanks. Crikes, I haven't made tempura veg for eons.

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    here we can buy the Gogi mix, very nice tempura powder, as they are better with a batter than breading. Making me hungry though.

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    I did notice that the panko crumbs didn't stick on uniformly, but the rings were still crunchy.
    My new used cooking oil disposal are my used coffee filters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jet Gorgon View Post

    Made this for a snack for us last night. Not bad,

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    Thanks for the idea. The kids on our little soi are having a bit of a party and Ms Bangyai was looking for some simple ideas for snacks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jet Gorgon
    I haven't made tempura veg for eons.
    Another bogon recipe!
    Do as bogon's easy onion rings recipe but substitiute onions for green veg stuff and maybe some cauliflower.

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    ^ Might do that tonight. Think the batter needs ice water? I have a daikon to grate and some shoyu and stuff for dip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jet Gorgon View Post
    Made this for a snack for us last night. Not bad, but...
    onion sliced into 1/4" rings -- punch out the rings per slice
    milk or cream
    Mix together in a bag:
    3/4 flour
    1/4 corn starch
    cayenne/paprika/chili powder
    sugar
    S&P

    panko bread crumbs
    canola oil

    Soak the onions in milk with a bit of salt for about 1/2 hour. Turn occasionally.
    Dredge in the flour mix, redip in the milk, dredge in the panko crumbs. Deep fry. A few minutes per side.
    Not bad. A wet batter might be better before the panko.
    sounds wonderful, great snacks for us this evening

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jet Gorgon
    I have a daikon to grate and some shoyu and stuff for dip.
    I have absolutley no idea what you are saying.

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    White Jpn radish (daikon), soya sauce, lime and ginger for those who like it for tempura dipping sauce.

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    Cheers for clearing that up. I have tomato ketchup with mine.
    Can see how refined I am.

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