Preparing Air Fryer Frozen Onion Rings is a great way to get used to your new Air Fryer. In just a few minutes, you can enjoy, hot and crisp Onion Rings.
One of the most popular food to fry in a deep fryer, after French Fries, of course, are Onion Rings! The perfectly cooked onion surrounded by a crispy and hot bread coating is just so yummy.
Deep frying is messy and very caloric and cooking onion rings in the oven, generally make the coating kind of hard and chewy.
I was given the GoWise USA 3.7 Quart Air Fryer, so I have been trying out various food. I’ll post a recipe for homemade onion rings very soon. Today, I am using frozen onion rings and in just a few minutes, the onion rings were completely cooked and perfectly browned.
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I used one half bag of Ore Ida Onion Ringers, but this fryer can hold one bag or more.
Dump them into the basket of the air fryer. You will note that the basket has a protective locking mechanism so that you won’t drop the drawer on the floor. My last air fryer did not have the locking mechanism and the first thing I did, was pick up the basket and the drawer fell to the floor.
Push the French Fry button and adjust time to 7-8 minutes, depending on how crisp you like your onion rings. You do not need to preheat when using the GoWise USA 3.7 Quart Air Fryer!
Serve the Onion Rings along with my Better than Bloomin’ Onion Ring Dipping Sauce.
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Here is your handy printable recipe:
- 1 bag Onion Rings
- Place onion rings in Air Fryer and set temperature to 400 degrees Fahrenheit and set time for 8 minutes.
- Shake basket half-way through cook time, if desired.