Low Syn Panko Onion Rings | Slimming World

I think it’s safe to say that we love onion rings, but since starting on the Slimming World journey they have been added to the list of high syn foods that we prefer not spend a rather large portion of our syn allowance on. So, we decided to try and make our own Low Syn Panko Onion Rings

 

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We’ve used Panko Breadcrumbs in a few recipes now, so we thought why not use them for an onion ring recipe. They give a crispy coating, which is essential for a good onion ring, and they go a long way. I think the end result was pretty good.

Panko Breadcrumbs are a Japanese breadcrumb, and it’s a pretty big crumb compared to flour so you tend to get more coverage. 25g of Panko should be more than enough to coat a decent sized onion. They can be found in the international aisle, near to the asian ingredients, in most supermarkets, or you can pick them up on Amazon

 

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Low Syn Panko Onion Rings | Slimming World

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INSTRUCTIONS
  1. Pre heat the oven to 220°C
  2. Peel the onion, cut into slices approximately 1cm thick and separate the rings
  3. In one bowl mix together the panko, paprika, salt and pepper
  4. In another bowl beat the egg
  5. Spray a baking tray with Frylight, then dip each onion ring into the egg, then lightly coat in the panko. Arrange the onion rings on the oiled tray making sure they do not touch each other
  6. Cook in the oven for 25 - 30 minutes, or until the onion rings are golden brown and starting to crisp. Turn once during cooking

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1 Comment
  1. Igave these a go these today and they worked really well.
    I used cajun spice instead of paprika.
    I will make the again for sure.

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