Blooming Onion

Esty Wolbe Recipe By
  • Cooking and Prep: 30 m
  • Serves: 6
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Watch Esty show the simple technique to get these blooming onions perfect, here!

 

Ingredients (10)

Onions

Dipping Sauce

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Prepare the Onions

  1. Slice the top off of each onion and peel away all the yellow skin, leaving the root intact. Slice off the hairy root end, being careful not to cut too much or the "petals" will fall off.

  2. Place each onion, root side up on a cutting board and use a paring knife to cut slices straight down all the way around the perimeter of the root. Invert and gently open the layers of each onion like petals.

  3. Prepare the dredging station. In a medium bowl, combine the flour and Lipton onion soup mix. Stir to combine. In another medium bowl, gently beat the eggs with the milk.

  4. Coat each onion with the dry mixture, then the wet mixture and then again with the dry mixture. With each coating, make sure to get in between all the slices and layers. Set aside until ready to fry.

  5. Using an oil thermometer, preheat oil to 350°F. Gently lower each onion into the hot oil and fry until golden brown and tender. Remove to a rack and immediately sprinkle with kosher salt.

Preparing the Dipping Sauce

  1. While the onions fry, prepare the dipping sauce. Combine the mayonnaise, mustard and honey until blended. Enjoy alongside the blooming onions.

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  • Mazal Mashiach Sheyavo

    Blooming Onion

    Posted by asder |April 29, 2020
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  • Sarah

    Blooming Onion

    Yum!

    It came out really good! The outer pieces were amazing, but the middle somehow didn't get crunchy- it was a bit soggy because the pieces didn't separate enough and get everything inside... But overall a hit! Thank you Esty for all your great easy recipes!
    Posted by sarahyb |December 24, 2019
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  • Deborah Krupnik

    Blooming Onion

    Better than a steakhouse onion!

    The onions were terrific. Crispy and spiced perfectly. I cut them the way Esty showed and they were perfect. It's a little messy to make them but worth it but I certainly do not fry while wearing a sheitel and jewelry! Great recipe. My people loved the easy to make dipping sauce too.
    Posted by dkny |December 24, 2019
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  • Rivka Cotlar

    Blooming Onion

    Blooming Technique didn't work.

    I tried your technique but it didn't work. Following the video, I did each step but each of my pretty petals kept falling off until I was left with the middle :( P.S For people that want a really good onion ring recipe, this works great! I didn't have the onion soup mix so just did flour and spices and tasted delish. The dipping sauce is awesome and leftovers paired perfectly with schnitzel! Besides for the petal falling off part, This recipe is a keeper!
    Posted by Rivka Cotlar26 |December 20, 2019
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  • tehila

    Blooming Onion

    came out great!

    Posted by tehilafrankel6@gmail.com |December 19, 2019
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  • Mazal Mashiach Sheyavo

    Blooming Onion

    Posted by asder |April 29, 2020
    0
  • Deborah Krupnik

    Blooming Onion

    Better than a steakhouse onion!

    The onions were terrific. Crispy and spiced perfectly. I cut them the way Esty showed and they were perfect. It's a little messy to make them but worth it but I certainly do not fry while wearing a sheitel and jewelry! Great recipe. My people loved the easy to make dipping sauce too.
    Posted by dkny |December 24, 2019
    0
  • Sarah

    Blooming Onion

    Yum!

    It came out really good! The outer pieces were amazing, but the middle somehow didn't get crunchy- it was a bit soggy because the pieces didn't separate enough and get everything inside... But overall a hit! Thank you Esty for all your great easy recipes!
    Posted by sarahyb |December 24, 2019
    0
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