Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Baked Herbed Sesame Onion Rings

While bloghopping this morning, i came to know about this interesting event called From Fried To Favourite started by Nupur of UK Rasoi, seriously i want immediately to join this group and mailed her.For my surprise,she invited me to join this group of bloggers.The main aim of this challenge is to try deep fried different dishes as either baked or steamed but not as deep fried, who will say no to this incredible challenge definitely not me.

This month's challenge goes for baked samosas or onion rings. My love for onion rings pulled me to give a try to this super crispy,yummy,nutty onion rings with dry parsley leaves and sesame seeds.They came out absolutely prefect,super addictive and definitely guilt free.I prepared two trays of this onion rings and everyone at home enjoyed having this onion rings simply with some ketchup.We just loved it.



2nos Onions (sliced horizontally)
3tbsp Corn flour
1/4cup Sesame seeds
1tbsp Dry parsley leaves
Salt
1tsp Red chilly powder
Oil for brushing

Separate the onions as single rings,meanwhile make a thick paste with corn flour and water with salt. Take the sesame seeds and dry parsley leaves together in a plate.

Toss the onions rings with red chilly powder until the onion rings gets well coated. Now gently dip the onion rings in the corn flour paste and drop immediately, roll them over the sesame-dry parsley leaves mixture.

Preheat the oven to 350F,prepare a baking tray lined with a baking sheet, brush the baking sheet with enough oil, now arrange the already prepared sesame coated onions rings and bake for 15minutes.

Enjoy with ketchup.

38 comments:

  1. absolutely crisp and guilt free Priya..Perfect tea time snack!

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  2. Very nice and easy recipe! I will definitely try it!

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  3. I have only deep fried- baking is an healthy version!

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  4. Nice idea to bake them....onion rings with herbs sounds yummy n flavorful...looks crisp n yumm!!

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  5. So crisp,feel like picking one

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  6. thats a superb challenge for sure...the onion rings look crispy...i wont mind going for this instead of the deep fried ones!

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  7. OMG !! Priya.. you are so quick in Kitchen .. I would have thought for three days and then kept it for the weekend perhaps.. as usual, inviting pic and well executed recipe.. Thumbs up !

    Thanks for linking to the event :)

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  8. pefect tea time snack, gets done in short time,

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  9. that looks gorgeous...and guilt free...I usually bake the ready made onions rings (frozen)... healthy any day

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  10. Wow...Great job...These rings look super yum..

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  11. wow very nice and yummy...n nice combo....best is the baked part of it!

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  12. Wow..so crispy and healthy snack..

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  13. Wow Priya! Really looks Awesome!

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  14. LOve Onion rings ,..This one sounds delicious and easy..

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  15. Onion rings looks so delicious..Loved the way u presented..:)

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  16. Looks yum priya!!!! Love that colorful Plate!!!!

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  17. Healthy and tasty snack Priya.

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  18. That's a impressive and perfect tea time snack

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  19. Very crisp, love the flavors in it, sesame, parsley..

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  20. You are super quick. Lovely Priya. Never tried baking onion rings !

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  21. My dear love "Onion rings"... Bookmarked !

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  22. love the baking part..looks so yummy! great colors with sesame seeds and parsley..

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  23. these are awesome!!!!!!!!very flavourful and guilt free!

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  24. these are awesome!!!!!!!!very flavourful and guilt free!

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  25. Looks flavourful and perfect starter

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  26. Very yummy one Priya, this also goes to my to try list. Keep it going with more and more snack ideas like this, love it.

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  27. looks so pretty wth the sesame seeds and all on top... very crisp! def gonna try this one

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  28. Would have tasted awesome for sure.

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  29. Hi Priya,
    Visiting your space for the first time, and this recipes looks yum:)
    Will visit more often!!
    Cheers
    Gauri

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  30. super as always!...the rings look too good with those sesame seeds!

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  31. Hey wooow! this looks so cute :) want to have a crunchy bite right now!

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