How To Make Famous Blooming Onion Appetizer At Home
She Cuts Onion Into Wedges & Pulls Apart, Makes Favorite Restaurant Appetizer In Minutes
by Marilyn Caylor 9/27/2017
If you've spent any time at nice sit-down restaurants in the past decade, then you're probably already familiar with this mouth-watering appetizer that has made places like Outback Steakhouse famous. Although the "blooming onion" is super cute to look at, pretty much no one can resist digging into this amazing crunchy-on-the-outside, soft-on-the-inside snack. The only problem is, with so many hungry fingers plucking up all the deep fried goodness, those little bites of savory bliss don't last very long.
The good news is that you can make this tempting treat right in your own kitchen, and you don't need to be a fancy chef to whip up a batch. To start, you'll need to slice a very large onion into the gorgeous blooming flower shape that we all know and love. There's a trick to keeping the onion from falling apart - the knobby root helps keep the whole thing intact, so don't cut it off. Once the petals have taken shape, it's time to start coating your onion petals in batter. Thankfully, it's not as complicated as it sounds.
Seasoned flour is what takes the batter up a notch and gives it an amazing flavor. It includes simple spices that can be found in almost every home cook's kitchen - paprika, cayenne pepper, seasoning salt, garlic powder, oregano, and pepper. Yum! But, the question is - how do you make sure the batter gets into all the nooks and crannies? Well, this definitely isn't the standard way to do it! Watch the video below to see a full demonstration on how to make this delicious appetizer. It's just blooming fantastic!
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