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Selfmade air fried onion rings recipe

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These Homemade air-fried onion rings are incredibly crispy without oil! A healthy alternative that the family will love with a gluten-free option!

Recipe for onion rings in sauce dipped in a serving basket

PEN Homemade air-fried onion rings

Ahhhhhhh yes! The air fryer recipe to end all air fryer recipes.

I mean air fryer coconut shrimp or air fryer chicken nuggets are great and everything … but onion rings will be my love forever.

Funny fact: I don't even really LOVE french fries (although I have a weakness for sweet potato french fries in my heart), but this girl will NOT do without onion rings.

Especially this one. I dare say they are even crispier than the fried version.

Crazy but true.

Are air-fried onion rings crispy?

In my opinion, the air fryer is seriously sent from heaven! Pop food in and it comes out crispy, hot and tastes like fried if it's REALLY air-fried! If you didn't know my obsession, do it now! These Onion rings in the air fryer are really no exception – they taste seriously as if they were straight out of the fryer. You will love the crispy coating and better ingredients that make these onion rings AMAZING!

Onion rings Air Fryer ingredients

As with many of my recipes, the list of ingredients for these onion rings is not very long or complicated. It uses healthy ingredients that you may already have in your pantry and fridge, and the secret of taste is to use the right spices! You need the following:

  • Small onion
  • water
  • Panko (gluten-free if necessary)
  • salt
  • Garlic powder
  • paprika
  • Onion powder
  • White wholemeal flour (or gf 1: 1 flour mixture)
  • Eggs (whisked
  • Milk of your choice

Healthy swaps

I guarantee you will do it recipe for Air fryer onion rings again because it not only tastes great but also contains some healthy ingredients that I used instead of the usual ones. Here are the changes I've made to make a healthier choice:

  1. Oil: I used air instead of oil! Ha ha – it may sound funny, but it's true. The taste and texture will not be missing at all!
  2. White flour: Instead of normal all-purpose flour, I opted for a healthier variant for white wholegrain wheat. If you want them to be gluten-free, you can also add flour if necessary!
  3. Milk: You can use almond milk, regular milk or any other type you want!

Onion rings in the air fryer are prepared for cooking

How to make air fried onion rings

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Take your onion, cut it into ½ inch rounds and put it in a bowl of water. Put aside.

Mix the spices

Place the panko, garlic powder, salt, paprika and onion powder in a large Ziploc bag and close the bag. Shake until everything is well mixed, then spread evenly on a large plate.

Prepare

Whisk the egg in a small bowl and set aside. Finally, spread the flour on a large plate.

Dunk

Take an onion ring out of the water and shake it dry. Dip the flour, then dip into the egg and shake off any excess. Next, use your hands to apply the panko and spice mixture to it. Place it in the basket of your air fryer. Repeat these steps with all of the onion slices until the basket of your air fryer is full and there is some space between the rings.

cook

Cook the onion rings at 400 degrees Fahrenheit until golden brown and crispy. Keep them warm in a 200 degree oven until all the onion rings are done. I had to make 3 batches until they were all cooked!

Onion rings air fryer on a mesh basket ready for cooking

How long to cook onion rings

How do you like your onion rings cooked? If you're like me, GOLDEN AND CRISPY is my final answer! It takes about 8-10 minutes at 400 degrees to cook your onion rings perfectly so they come out as crispy as possible!

What sauce do you use for onion rings?

These delicious rings of delicacy are great on their own, but it's so much fun to mess around with dip sauces! If you like to dip and dip your onion rings, I recommend:

Air fried onion rings in a serving basket with dip

Other healthy Air Fryer recipes

Air Fryer Chicken Parmesan

Air fryer Buffalo cauliflower

Air Fryer potato chips

Homemade air-fried onion rings

These homemade air-fried onion rings are incredibly crispy without oil! A healthy alternative that the family will love with a gluten-free option!

Servings 4th People as a side

ingredients

  • 1 Small onion,
  • water
  • 1 Cup Panko (GF if necessary)
  • 1 TL salt
  • 2nd TL Garlic powder
  • 1 TL paprika
  • 1 TL Onion powder
  • 5 tablespoon White wholemeal flour (or GF 1: 1 baking mix)
  • 2nd Eggs, Whisk
  • 2nd tablespoon Milk, of your choice

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  1. Cut the onion into 1/2 inch rounds and place in a bowl of water.

  2. Shake the panko, garlic powder, salt, paprika and onion powder together in a large Ziploc bag. Spread it out in a flat, rimmed plate. Put the egg in a small bowl and whisk with the milk. Finally, spread the flour on a separate flat plate with a rim.

  3. Take an onion ring out of the water and shake it dry. Dip the flour in the egg until it is coated and shake off the excess. Dip into the panko with your dry hand and cover it well. Place the ring in the mesh basket of your air fryer and repeat the process with the onions until the basket is full. However, there is some space around each ring.

  4. Cook at 400 degrees for 8-12 minutes until golden brown and crispy. Keep them warm in a 200 degree oven while repeating the rest of the things – I had to make about 3 batches for the whole onion.

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Nutritional information

Homemade air-fried onion rings

Amount per serving

Calories 136.6 Calories from fat 26

% Daily value *

fat 2.9 g4%

Saturated fat 0.9 g6%

Polyunsaturated fat 0.5 g

Monounsaturated fat 0.9 g

cholesterol 93.4 mg31%

sodium 641 mg28%

potassium 88.8 mg3%

carbohydrates 20.7 g7%

Fiber 1.9 g8th%

Sugar 2.3 g3%

protein 6.6 g13%

Vitamin A. 3.3IU0%

vitamin C 2.3 mg3%

calcium 3 mg0%

iron 6 mg33%

* The daily percentages are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Air fried onion rings collage photo

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