Let’s talk about onion rings. I’m sure you’ve heard this before, but the rumors are true: you can make onion rings at home that are worth eating. And without having to install a deep fryer (I’m looking at you, Paula Dean).
These onion rings are dipped in an easy beer batter (which methinks will resurface when I make fish and chips) and then fried in a thin layer of canola oil, flipping once. Eager to get eating, I pulled the circles of joy out a little early—next time I’ll wait and let them get a little more golden.
The onions are sweet, the batter is crispy, and the guilt is low. Make your own onions rings and make Michael Pollan proud. (I was serious about that 3-D Dorito thing. Hit me back.)