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Onion Rings (Gluten-Free)

This recipe comes to us from Lisa Wicklund.

1 large onion peeled and sliced
2 cups of Sylvan Border General Purpose Flour or other gluten-free flour recipe
Milk (or substitute) added to make a thin batter. Pour slowly until you reach a consistency that is not too thin nor too thick
Salt and Pepper to taste
1 egg
1 teaspoon of gluten-free Baking Powder

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Get gluten-free oil hot in skillet pan and add onion/coated mixture to pan. Fry until golden brown.

There is little difference between the regular ones and GF. You can add your own seasonings and make some real gourmet onion rings. This is what can be fun about this diet.

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