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When is the last time you had a bonafide onion ring? For me, it’s been at least 11 years (since being diagnosed with celiac). Make these simple onion rings with a sweet onion and some Bob’s Red Mill Flour Almond Meal, which is made from raw almonds to keep the carb count way lower than traditional gluten free flours.
I top my pork chops with these onion rings, and every one is tricked into thinkin’ they’re eating something decadent. This “No Sugar No Grains” thing is starting to get easier, people. Try it with me!
Almond Meal Onion Rings
2 sweet onions, sliced into 1/2 inch rings and separated
2 eggs, beaten in a bowl
1/2-1 cup almond meal
Salt & Pepper
olive oil or grapeseed oil (grapeseed can really handle the high heat of frying)
Dredge onions in the egg wash, then coat with almond meal. The almond meal might go on pretty chunky, just roll with it.
Heat 1/4 inch of oil in a non-stick pan to high heat. The pan is hot enough when you throw a crumb in the oil, it will sizzle. Fry up onion rings in batches, setting on paper towels to drain, season with salt & pepper.
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