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Crispy Air Fried Onion Rings are perfectly seasoned, dipped in batter, dredged in panko breadcrumbs and then cooked to crispy perfection in the Enhans Air Fryer! These faux-fried onion rings are tender on the inside and so crisp on the outside, just how we love them. They make such a great healthy and delicious snack. Check out the recipe here!
*60 g all-purpose flour
*1 tsp paprika
*1 tsp salt, divided
*2 tbsp cooking oil
*1 large yellow sweet onion, sliced 1/2-inch thick and separated into rings
*Oil Spray, optional
*Prepare 4 shallow bowls or deep plates.
*In the first one combine flour, paprika, and ½ tsp salt.
*In the second combine buttermilk and egg, then add 30gram of the flour mixture from the first bowl.
*In the third combine panko breadcrumbs, ½ tsp salt and cooking oil with a fork, until the oil is evenly distributed.
*Put half of the panko in a fourth bowl so you can switch to the second part after the first got sticky.
*Using a fork, dredge the onion rings in the flour mixture, drop them in the buttermilk mixture and then dredge them in the panko mixture.
*Preheat the air fryer at 200 Celcius.
*Spray air fryer Basket with oil spray.
*Place onion rings in a single layer in the air fryer basket. You can place smaller rings inside bigger rings if necessary, just make sure there is space between them.
*Cook at 200 Celcius until golden brown and crispy, about 11-15 minutes. *Spray with some cooking oil after about 6 minutes. You do not need to turn the onion rings.
*Carefully lift out the onion rings with a cookie spatula or fork and serve.
*This recipe is messy but well worth the effort.
*If you do not have panko breadcrumbs, you could also use normal breadcrumbs, but the result might not be as crispy.
*Divide the panko breadcrumb mixture in two so you can switch to the second batch after the first gets sticky.
*Use a fork and not your hands
*If you do not have buttermilk, you can easily make your own by adding 1 tbsp of vinegar or lemon/lime juice to 120ml milk.
*Be careful when lifting the onion rings out of the basket! I recommend using a cookie spatula or fork to lift them out.