Easy Onion Rings – Slice it UP!

Onion Rings

It’s been a crazy busy week at work last week and it will continue for two more weeks so I haven’t had too much time to cook much less post on the blogs. Luckily, my big girls have been such a big help in the kitchen and even remember to take photos for my food blog. Isn’t that nice?

So this week, for Lasang Pinoy Sundays (LaPiS), I am offering up some easy peasy onion rings that my daughter SLICEd UP and cooked up all by herself. The batter she used, I’m surprised to find out, because it was crispy delicious, was instant pancake batter!

She cooked up these delicious onion rings and paired it up with turkey and ham sandwiches, also SLICED in half! Visit SpiCes to see what other LaPiS participants SLICED up this week!

Sandwich & Onion Rings

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About Jeanette Moore (JMom)

I am a terrible housekeeper but I do love to cook so it all evens out in the end. I like to try new recipes that I think my family will like. However, I am not one to follow all recipes to the letter. I tend to tweak and change the recipes based on what I have on hand and how I am feeling at the time. Feel free to share your versions, I just might try it out next time I make the dish again.

7 thoughts on “Easy Onion Rings – Slice it UP!

  1. Christina

    Haha! My spam word is -veggies- Lol Hello! I am a FB friend of Ophelia and she sent me over to one of your family blogs, which is how I got here! *^.^* I absolutely love onion rings and these look GREAT! May I please ask (1) what kind of pancake mix was it and (2) what kind of oil did you fry them in? Lastly, (3) Was it in a pan or deep fry? They look so good I could just reach right in and munch one! …or two …or three. Haha! Better watch out or I\’ll be eating them all! *^.^*

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  3. ces

    wow J, sarap mo naman…you’ve got yourself some clones there! haha! future chefs! kulang nalang they do the blogging for you, haha! this reminds me..i need to use up an opened box of bisquick for something like this:)


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