What a good time to see this recipe, as we have been looking for some good fried onions, and we’ve been to the Agricultural Fair on the island this week (Thurs.,Fri.) and we’ll go today too. Usually there are tempura, French Fries, fried dough, but we can’t always find onion rings. So I will try making these before long.
This rocks! I halved the recipe for just 2 adults, and we still had to give some to neighbors. Tasted just like, or was better than the BBQ joints. I also added about 2 TBSP of Louisiana Hot Sauce to the egg mixture, subtle heat. Thanks, definitely a keeper.
This is a delicious stacked onion recipe, that is quite similar to the ones at the steak houses, and so easy to make, I usually make two batches of these, and bake in two loaf pans…you will need a double recipe of these, after you taste how good this is…you will be making these all the time.
Oh wow that looks yummy! I love eating crispy onions but I have never made any for myself! I can’t wait to try this!
This looks like some delicious comfort food. I think my husband would love it if I surprised him with this.
Wow it’s been a long long time since I’ve eaten at a Tony Romo’s – that was a place we frequent a lot way back in the days. Your recipe looks so yummy, makes me want to go to TR!!
I had an onion loaf on an old tug boat that was used as a restaurant in Swansea UK about 30 years ago and have been looking for a recipe ever since! I came across this one by chance and can’t wait to try it!
4 to 6 medium white onions
1 c milk
3 eggs beaten
2 c pancake mix
oil for deep frying
1. Slice onions crosswise and seperate into rings. Soak rings in mixture of milk, eggs and salt for 30 minutes.
2. Dip each onion ring into the pancake mix and fry until golden brown in the oil heated at 375.
3. Press down the fried onions solidly without pressing into a loaf pan. Bake at 400 for 10-15 minutes. Turn onto a serving plate. Garnish with parsley if desired.