Friday, 18 May 2012

lazy cooks baked onion rings

Hi guys........guilt free onion rings.....did you ever think there could be something like it?..........wonder when someone is going to dream up a guilt free chocolate cake,with guilt free truffle icing topped with guilt free whipped cream....with the taste intact.The taste HAS to be the same.....till then we indulge in desserts and "guilt free" other stuff.
These got done because they have to go to Nupur's event...from-fried-to-favourite..suffice it to say..that they turned out pretty nice and I'm  a convert....I will def. making these as well as the baked samosas again
onion rings .....of 3 onions(I only took the outer rings...for symmetery)
2 tblsp cornflour
milk as reqd.
salt,pepper to taste
2 tblsp crushed corn flakes
olive oil to brush the tray

1.Make a slurry of the cornflour,salt,pepper and milk.Dip the onion rings..individually in this..then roll/dust with the crushed cornflakes.Do not put the cornflakes into the cornflour to save just doesn't work!
2.Brush a tray with olive oil,put these rings on it...bake at 190degC...for 20-25 mins(it'll depend on your oven)
3.Serve hot with ketchup.........we had it with pizza......and my kids put chaat masala on some of the rings!).Which ever way you would like to have this is good..........and fat free! 


  1. Yumm... using cornflakes is a great idea...

  2. Oh my hubby will love this---have to save this recipe!

  3. These look so crunchy and yummy! What a treat for your family. Have a nice weekendX

  4. Crisp & delicious ones,love it anytime :-)

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  7. Super crispy and quite addictive baked onion rings.

  8. Oh, I am soo going to try these! xx

  9. Wow, these sound and look so yum! My friend served the similar onion rings (very yummy, but she had used crushed potato chips instead of cornflakes- which kinda defeats the purpose of low fat But your recipe looks much healthier! I am gonna try these soon! Hope you are having a wonderful day!
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  11. I love onion rings and have been trying to eat healthy lately so anything fried is out of the question! So guilt free onion rings sound great to me! Love that these are baked!

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  13. good job ,,,congrats on such great recipe.guilt free n looks so gud

  14. Guilt free? Onion rings? Can it be possible?! This looks absolutely mouthwatering, I love it! Will definitely make!

  15. I love guilt free, tasty snacking. Looks delicious!

  16. lovely onions...frst time to ur site...v neat n lovely space....glad to be ur new follower!...

  17. Very yummy looking and nice idea using corn flakes..

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  19. Glad that I found you through you visiting my blog.

    Your blog is fantastic and love your non-fried onion rings recipe :D

  20. lovely n yummy snack.....superb

    Simran, please can you remove the word verification, it takes too long to comment...thnx dear

  21. Looks very crispy and healthy :)

  22. Wow! Simran, thanks a ton for sharing this! Can't wait to try making them. They'll be the best embellishments for my Junglee Tikka Sandwich for my Sunday special dinner menu this weekend! All of my family joins in to thank you for this! Yummmm!

  23. This is amazing! Loved the guilt free version. Will definitely try Simran!