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Monday Morning in the Kitchen: Crispy Baked Onion Rings

I subscribe to a farm-share delivery service, which means that every week I can pick up a box of fresh, organic produce.  I try to plan my meals around what I find in the box.  Recently, one of the items I found was a huge yellow onion.   It was perfect for making onion rings.  Fortunately, also in the box was a recipe for Crispy Baked Onion Rings. (Click that link for recipe.)






I'm not a huge fan of onions, but these onion rings were pretty yummy, if I do say so myself! 

Do you enjoy onions?  How do you use them?

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  1. I'm not a big fan of onions, either, but onion rings? That's a different story! Those look yummy!

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    1. I hadn't realized onion rings could be baked, but it makes sense.

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  2. I love onions, but I don't use them often. I add them to other recipes - pretty boring, right?

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    1. That's generally what I do, too, but this onion was so huge!

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  3. mm-mm that looks good!!!! Have a great day and wonderful week - please do share that recipe!

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    1. I updated the post to clarify. Click on the name of the recipe in the first paragraph, and you'll be taken to the source of the recipe.

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  4. We also subscribe to a CSA box (Community Supported Agriculture) box. We choose to only get ours every other week and I love that they deliver it to my front porch during the middle of the night! It just sits out there where it is cool until I get up. Ours often comes with recipes, too! I love it!

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  5. Oooo I love this onion rings and now baked even better!
    I also love them on the grill . I put a whole onion in foil with lots of butter and thow it on the bbq pit. when the meat is done so is the onion .. I open it and again add more butter and lemon.. awe my mouth is watering.
    can't wait to try those onion rings...
    thanks for sharing I LOVE ONIONS!!!!

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  6. These look delicious and perfect timing! We have leftover BBQ proteins from the weekend, but I was looking for a good side dish. This is perfect! My husband thanks you, he LOVES onion rings! I never think to make them for some reason. I will now! Pinning and sharing.

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