onion- 2 large.
all purpose flour – 75 gms.
corn starch – 2 tb. sp.
milk – 120ml.
egg – 1 beaten.
baking powder -1/2 tsp.
sugar – 1/2 tsp.
salt and paparika to taste.
oil to fry.
– Peel and cut onion into circular slices of about 1 cm thick then separate the rings.
– Mix all the dry ingredients, flour, corn starch, baking powder, salt, sugar, paprika, stir them together.
-Take egg and milk then whisk them, then pour this mixture on the dry ingredients and whisk thoroughly to get a lump free batter.
– Now heat oil to fry the rings, but oil should not be too hot. To check that the oil is hot enough to fry, carefully drop a battered onion into the hot oil. The oil should fry it lightly and take time to brown it. Therefore, the onion will be cooked through and the batter will be super crispy. Now gently dip some of the onions into the batter and coat well. Then place them into the hot oil using a fork.
Let them cook in small batches, so they won’t stick together. When they are fried on one side, turn them over to fry and brown on the other side. The process takes about 3 minutes.
Once they are done place them on kitchen towel to drain, you can season it with chat masala and serve immediately.