Happy July 4th to all my friends in the United States!
Today I’m sharing my Curry Onion Ring recipe which pairs well festive foods of this American holiday, like a good vegan burger. These onion rings are so crispy and flavourful. Did I also mention they are very easy to make?
Thank you to Onions 52® and Concord Fresh Success for kindly co-sponsoring this recipe! Onions 52 is a leading grower-shipper of organic yellow, red, white, sweet, Tearless and Sweet Sunions, and based in Syracuse, Utah, United States. The company is family-owned with “growing regions from Washington to Oregon, California to Mexico as well as Utah, Idaho and New Mexico, keeping you supplied with quality, fresh, onions year-round.” Their onions are shipped to grocery stores and retailers across the United States and Canada, 52 weeks a year.
Concord Fresh Success’ produces and sells many delicious seasoning & smoothie mixes. Their mixes contain no artificial flavors, colors or preservatives! I really enjoyed how easy it was to create the onion ring batter using their Tempura Style Onion Ring Batter Mix. You simply add water and your batter is ready! They also kindly send me their Guacamole Mix, which is just as simple to make by adding smashed avocado.
Well I hope you enjoy this easy and delicious recipe! If you do, please share it with your family and friends!
Disclaimer: Thank you to Onions 52 and Concord Fresh Success for sponsoring this recipe post.
CURRY ONION RINGS RECIPE (VEGAN)
SERVES 1-2 | Ready in 45 mins.
1 Onions 52 organic yellow onion, sliced and separated into rings
1 sachet Concord Fresh Success Tempura Style Onion Ring Batter
1.5 tsp curry powder
1.5 tsp garlic powder
1 cup cold water
In a large mixing bowl, pour Concord Fresh Success Tempura Style Onion Ring Batter mix along with curry and garlic powder. Whisk until combined. Add water and mix until smooth.
Separate the onion slices into rings and dip them into the batter. Allowing excess to drip back into the bowl.
Heat 2 to 3 inches of avocado oil over medium heat. To test if the oil is hot enough, dip a wooden spoon or chopstick into the oil and look for bubbles to appear.
Fry the battered rings until golden brown (1-2 minutes). Remove and rest on a paper towel to drain excess oil. Enjoy!