Are you Team Onion Rings or Team French Fries??? To be honest, I’m usually Team French Fries all the way – simply because I never have to worry whether or not they’re gluten free! A French fry is guaranteed to be made with potatoes, so either way I’m in the clear – Poh-tay-toe Poh-tah-toe, ya feel me?
Onion rings and french fries are usually deep fried and greasy either way, so the tie breaker always goes to french fries…EXCEPT for when I’m the one making them! Then I’m hands down on Team Onion Rings All-The-Way!
The sweetness of the onion balances perfect with the savory seasonings. The soft warm onion inside of the crispy and crunchy baked shell! Can’t go wrong with these delicious, crispy, HEALTHY, non-greasy, baked gluten free onion rings! The only problem you’ll have with these is controlling yourself and not eating them all!
- ½ Yellow Onion, sliced. (Approximately 20 slices)
- ½ Cup Hol-Grain Brown Rice Bread Crumbs
- ½ tsp Garlic Powder
- ¼ tsp Onion Powder
- 1 & ½ TBS Italian Seasoning
- Crushed Black Pepper, to taste
- ¼ Cup Liquid Eggbeaters (Or 1 egg)
- Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Prepare a baking tray by spraying with cooking spray. I usually like to put parchment paper on the tray, prior to spraying. This will help with clean up after cooking.
- In a small bowl, mix together bread crumbs and all seasonings, set aside.
- In another small bowl, pour liquid eggbeaters, set aside.
- Slice onion to make about 20 slices (for 1 serving). Take one onion slice, dunk in eggbeaters and transfer to bowl containing bread crumb mixture. Once onion slice is well-coated in bread crumb mixture, transfer to lightly greased baking tray. I prefer to start with the larger slices, then filling the larger slices with the smaller slices, making the most use out of the pan. Continue to do this with each onion slice, until pan is full or out of ingredients.
- Place baking tray in oven for 10 minutes, remove tray and flip onion rings. Bake for about 5 more minutes, or until onion rings are golden brown. Enjoy!
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