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Oven-Baked, Dill, Red Onion Rings

Oven-baked, dill, red onion ringsI’ll be honest, the inspiration for this recipe came from having a half red onion that needed to be used.  I thought, I have almond flour, so I’m going to go for it and see what happens.  They actually came out delicious.  They really remind me of fried pickles.  I never thought I’d say that about onion rings, but it’s the dill I added.  I’m really loving dill, lately.  With the crispy “breaded,” or should I say … nutted… hmm.. outside, and the crisp but juicy onion inside, it really compares very closely to fried pickles.  If onion rings and fried pickles made a baby, this would be it!


1/2 red onion

1/2 cup almond flour

2 tsp salt

2 tsp garlic

2 tsp dill

2 tsp thyme

1 egg

Some sort of spray oil

Directions: Preheat your oven to 450′ and place parchment paper on your cookie sheet.  Slice your onion into rings or chunks.  They don’t have to be perfect.  Crack egg into a mixing bowl and break up the yolk with a fork.  Throw onion rings/chunks into the bowl.  This gets a little messy.  You need to mix the onion around and get it all coated with the egg.  I used my hand to mix because it was so much easier.  In another bowl, mix almond flour, salt, garlic, dill, and thyme.  take a few onion pieces at a time and dip them in the almond flour/seasoning mixture, coating them well.  As you get pieces coated, lay them out on the parchment paper.  Once they’re all on the parchment paper, mist them well with spray oil.  Bake them for 20 minutes, flipping and moving them around after about 10 minutes.


One comment on “Oven-Baked, Dill, Red Onion Rings

  1. Pingback: A Glimpse Of My Healthy Eating Pages – Breakfast to Dinner, Snacks to Deserts, Everything Between! | Mireille's Journey To Health

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