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What’s my latest food “combo-kick” you ask?  ..Well, it’s a simple one, one where I find all kinds of crunchy, snacky treats, pulverize them into dust, and then coat just about anything I can find with it,,,Oh..AND then, I deep fry it!  🙂

This time the object of my treat-dusted-fry-affection was the good old boring typical onion ring!

It doesn’t take much to improve a typical onion ring in my opinion, I mean..they’re literally like a blank snack slate just waiting to be jazzed up.  And jazz them up I did!

WOW~  talk about a flavor explosion in your mouth.

These onion rings should be on every menu in existence because they are THAT good!  The flavor of the pork rinds is what totally takes these radical rings over the top.  I used a mixture of both the spicy and original variety..to separate satisfy the weak, and the brave! 🙂

They’re crispy, they’re crunchy and not that I need to tell you..but, they’re SO unique!

~You’ll be the appetizer hero in your ‘house’..which will soon be referred to as “Game Central”..LOL!  Whip these babies up in no time and be the MVP of snacks!

~Make LOTS!

What you’ll need:

1-2 large white onions

1 cup flour

2 eggs

2 cups crushed spicy pork rinds

2 cups crushed original pork rinds

oil for frying..I used Canola

Directions:

In a food processor..or with your muscles, crush up the original flavor FIRST…This way there is NO transfer of spice onto the original flavor!  Put the crumbs into a bowl, and set aside…

THEN, crush up the spicy… also into a bowl and set aside..

NOW, slice up the onions into approx. 1″ thick slices…

Into a shallow bowl, add the flour and evenly coat each onion ring…

Then coat the onion ring in the egg…

AND..then into the crumbs (again, start with the original first so the oil doesn’t get spicy)

And the spicy crumbs next…

Fry up the original first, until they’re golden…

Then fry up those spicy rings.

Serve them nice and fresh…

To all of your beloved friends and family!!  ~Enjoy! 🙂

 

 

 

 

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