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Crispy Pepper Rings

Crispy Pepper Rings


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  • Onions aren't the only food that is naturally ring-shaped! Why do we treat them like they are?

    While I don’t think onions will ever be dethroned as the king of the ring, these peppers packed a lot of unique flavor and had me excited for each bite.

    I just chopped up the rings and treated them like I would onion rings – some seasoning, a quick dip in Bisquick tempura, and fried ‘em up.

    Next time you plan on making onion rings, try these Crispy Pepper Rings instead! You wont be disappointed.

    First, cut the peppers into equal 1/2-inch rings.

    A quick batter...just add beer!

    Lightly coat with the Bisquick to help the batter stick.

    A quick dip in the hot tub.

    Lightly salt and allow to dry.

    These are crunchy and even more flavorful than onion rings.

    The horseradish sauce is zippy and tangy and really takes the peppers to the next level!

    Dan Whalen wonders what else he can make rings out of. He has been blogging for over 4 years at The Food in My Beard; check Dan's Tablespoon profile often to try his recipes with creative international spins!


Watch the video: Pickled Pepper Keeping Them Crisp


Comments:

  1. Gulmaran

    Quite right! It seems to me it is excellent idea. I agree with you.

  2. Beecher

    is curious, and the analog is?

  3. Tegene

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  4. Yaron

    I can't take part in the discussion right now - I'm very busy. But I will return - I will definitely write what I think on this issue.

  5. Mikall

    Complete bad taste

  6. Connal

    Sorry, but I need another one. What else could that suggest?

  7. Donell

    It was my fault.



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