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I Had to Slap Myself to Keep From Eating a Whole Plate of These
These Southern Beer-Battered Onion Rings are all kinds of deep-fried delicious! They make for a great at-home snack. Deep-fried food may not be the healthiest in the world, to say the least, but it is hard to beat that rich, savory flavor.
The beer batter and seasoning really send this recipe over the top. I whole-heartedly recommend it. And as long as you’re not eating deep-fried dishes every single day, you’ll be fine! These onion rings will make you everyone’s favorite chef at your next game night or a dinner party. And if you really want to make an impression? Make your favorite spicy dip to go with these! I promise you, they’ll be gone in minutes so make sure you grab some for yourself before it’s too late!
But you don’t have to worry even if they’re all gone. These are so easy to make, you can whip up another batch while your guests are waiting!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Melissa’s Southern Style Kitchen.
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Quick tip: Double the batch – you won’t regret it!