Attack on Kitchen ~ Onion Popper

Getting the inspiration from Jalapeno popper, Shay of Daluva, has created a new dish called Onion Popper. It is great snack for beers, “crispy, followed by soft onion, so a bit like good onion rings, but then you have the cheese and bacon bits.” Mango ketchup sauce is “sharp and zesty, a bit like a smooth chutney”

Thanks Shay for letting me feature this 🙂

INGREDIENTS
– Wrapper: Onion
– Filling tray (as the picture below): Bacon bits, Cheddar, Cream cheese, Tabasco pepper sauce
Filling: Bacon, Cheddar, Cream Cheese, Tobasco pepper sauce

– Batter tray (as the picture below): Paprika, Dried Thyme, Flour, GoldMalt Beer, Baking powder, Corn Starch, Eggs
Batter: Paprika, Dried Thyme, Corn Starch, Beer, Flour,

DIRECTION

1. Make Onion Wrapper

Use sharp knife and slice the onion from the center to the outside
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Put onion in a boiling water pot
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After that, put the onion in cold water, layers will loose from the onion.
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Take one layer and fold it, you get one wrapper
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2. Make Filling

Put everything from the Filling tray to a bowl
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Fold them until blend nicely
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3. Make Beer Batter

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4. Wrap and Coat

Put filling in onion wrapper
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Wrap it firmly
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Cut the excess off
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Coat it with corn starch
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Then coat it in beer batter
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5. Fry
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Fry it till light yellow only
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Double Fry it for best crispy result

RESULT


Crispy golden yellow onion poppers, with cheese and bacon bits inside. Gimme Beers! 😀

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