Paleo Walla Walla Onion Rings

paleo walla walla onion rings

I’ve been in holiday mode and it wasn’t until today that I figured out what in the world I was going to share this week.   Two weeks ago when it was Mr. Bejelly’s birthday, it was HOT.  I’m talking 90 degree weather all week and we were exclusively cooking on the Treager so I didn’t heat up our house.

If you live in the Pacific NW, you know the Walla Walla onions are in stock and I was going to surprise my hubby with some onion rings.    That didn’t happen until Sunday when the weather was nice and sunny but in the 70s.   He was pretty stoked and everyone gobbled them down and asked for seconds.  Take your time with the coating with egg wash to get a more even crust on the rings.  I had a hungry  toddler and husband so I rushed it but they were still very tasty.

paleo walla walla onion rings

 

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Paleo Walla Walla Onion Rings
 
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Serves: 4
Ingredients
  • 1 medium Walla Walla onion, sliced and separated
  • ½ cup of coconut flour
  • ¼ tsp salt
  • ¼ tsp black pepper
  • 2 eggs
  • ½ tsp apple cider vinegar
  • 2 tbsp of water
  • 2 oz of crushed pork rinds
Instructions
  1. Combine the coconut flour, salt and pepper and place on a plate.
  2. In a small bowl combine the eggs, water and apple cider vinegar. Mix well.
  3. Placed the pork rinds in a paper bag or plastic bag.
  4. Take the onion rings and coat them with the flour mixture, then dunk them in egg wash.
  5. Throw them in the bag with pork rinds and shake. Remove and place on your baking sheet.
  6. Repeat until you've gone through all the onions.
  7. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 - 35 minutes until browned.
  8. Enjoy!

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Comments

  1. says

    We love onion rings, and these look so good. I’m not familiar with the Walla Walla onion, but I can use a Vidalia, I guess, if I can’t find a Walla Walla.

  2. Joyce says

    Can I substitute something else for the vinegar in your recipes? I do not do vinegar at all in my house, the smell is horrific and makes me ill. That’s right my kids never got to dye easter eggs, we did more inventive eggs. I’d appreciate any help with this. I love a lot of your recipes and am looking forward to trying them, just waiting till I can clear up the vinegar issue though. thanks so much.

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