Do you like Outback Steak House's Bloomin' Onion? You'll love this... Same thing, only a fraction of the cost and calories made at home in your oven.
This is an easy inexpensive appetizer that will impress your guests. Not allergic to wheat? You can still use this recipe, just substitute regular wheat flour.
If you have an onion, knife, some flour and an oven you can do this!
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Step 1: Ingredients
Preheat oven to 375 degrees
- 1 large onion (Vidalia is best but any onion will do. I used a regular yellow onion)
- gluten free all purpose flour *
- canola oil
- spray oil
- tsp paprika
- tsp garlic powder
-tsp baking powder
-tsp xanthan gum
- 1 large ziplock bag
Directions on Petite Allergy Treats with gorgeous new photos coming soon.
Step 2: Slicing the Onion
It is very important to note the diagrams outlining how far down to cut the onion. Failure to leave enough uncut at the base will result in the onion bloom to fall apart. No big deal, just try again :)
See directions here Petite Allergy Treats
Step 3: Bread, Bake and Enjoy!
Directions with new photos coming soon! Petite Allergy Treats
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