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    Smile Sonic's Onion Ring

    Dh & I have a new food addiction.I havent been able to cook for some time & for the last week w/o fail we have had for dinner,Sonic's value Chicken Strip sammie & large orders of onion rings.Those rings are so yummy!At first I wasnt so crazy about them,I mean they were ok but the vanilla taste was a little much or so I thought,now I crave them something fierce!

    Have you tried them?Can you taste the vanilla?Are they dredged in flour first,then dipped in a batter which may consist of vanilla,flour egg etc. then rolled in cornmeal or cornflour or cracker or panko crumbs?They are so crunchy! I have to have this recipe please!

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    I love their onion rings too. I was told that they use pancake batter. I haven't tried it myself, but I think it might be close. Good Luck

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    I've been told that they use the ice cream liquid and then some kind of breading. I don't like onion rings, but dd said that they are somewhat sweet.

    I went and found this recipe, but I have not tried it!!

    Original Sonic Onion Ring Recipe


    INGREDIENTS
    Cooking Time: 2 to 5 min.
    Preparation Time: 20 min.

    (I found this insert on another site)
    I worked at Sonic as a teenager
    and had to help make the onion rings EVERY DAY…
    the secret is using vanilla ice milk mix,
    but using melted vanilla ice cream works just as well.


    Sliced and separated Spanish onions
    Pan or bowl of water
    Pan or bowl of all purpose flour
    Pan or bowl of melted vanilla ice milk ( ice cream milk?)
    Pan or bowl of ground corn meal
    Cookie sheet for air drying

    DIRECTIONS
    Place above items on counter in order listed. Dip onion in water, then flour (shake off excess), dip in melted ice milk, then corn meal. Gently shake off excess and place on cookie sheet to air dry for at least 20 minutes.
    Fry until browned.

    Sifting the flour and corn meal once in a while keeps lumps out and makes it easier to coat the rings When placing on cookie sheets to save room, lean on top of each other to allow entire ring to dry.
    Last edited by AllieK; 08-01-2010 at 11:37 AM.

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    Default Re: Sonic's Onion Ring

    I believe it's funnel cake batter.

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    Thank you all!I'll try each one.

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    Am I the only one that hate these things? I'd take Runzas onion rings any day! But then again at our Runza you never know how you will get them...a lot of the times the staff under cook them.

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    I can promise you that I don't like them, but then again, I don't like onion rings period!!

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    I am going to have to try this recipe. I love Sonic's onion rings.

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