20.05.2020
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Recipe information
Cooking:
20 min.
Complexity:
Easy
Calorie content:
462.25
Carbohydrates:
87.84
Fats:
1.66
Squirrels:
11.94
Water:
18.06

Ingredients

Title Value
1. Bulb onions 3 PC.
2. Chicken egg 2 PC.
3. Light beer 300 Ml
4. Flour 100 Column
5. Paprika 1 Tsp
6. Salt 1 Tsp
7. Vegetable oil for frying

Cooking

1. Stage

Onion cut into rings of medium thickness.

1. Stage. Onion cut into rings of medium thickness.

2. Stage

Divide the eggs into proteins and yolks. Beat whites in a strong foam.

1. Stage. Divide the eggs into proteins and yolks. Beat whites in a strong foam.

3. Stage

Whisk the yolks with a whisk with beer and salt, add flour, whisk uniformity. You can replace beer with mineral water.

1. Stage. Whisk the yolks with a whisk with beer and salt, add flour, whisk uniformity. You can replace beer with mineral water.

4. Stage

Gently mix the proteins into the cooked mass of flour and yolks, mix slowly until smooth.

1. Stage. Gently mix the proteins into the cooked mass of flour and yolks, mix slowly until smooth.

5. Stage

Mix a small amount of flour with paprika, roll onion in this mixture.

1. Stage. Mix a small amount of flour with paprika, roll onion in this mixture.

6. Stage

Dip onion rings in batter on all sides.

1. Stage. Dip onion rings in batter on all sides.

7. Stage

Fry the rings in a well-heated vegetable oil until golden brown.

1. Stage. Fry the rings in a well-heated vegetable oil until golden brown.

8. Stage

Put the finished rings on paper towels to remove excess oil, serve with your favorite sauce.

1. Stage. Put the finished rings on paper towels to remove excess oil, serve with your favorite sauce.

9. Stage

Bon Appetit!!!

10. Stage

Onion rings in batter on beer are crispy, delicate, aromatic and delicious. Beer in batter after preparation is not felt, but if desired, beer can be replaced with mineral water. To prepare such rings is quite simple and quick, fry in a pan with a lot of vegetable oil or in deep fat. Onion rings are great as an addition to first courses or as a snack for beer.