Thursday, January 7, 2010

Frisch's, Shoney's, Big Boy Restaurants -- Their onion rings are the best. What's the recipe?

There are no onion rings like those. I love 'em and I want to make them at home. Does anyone know how it's done?





I think they soak the fresh cut onion rings in milk over night but what about the batter and any other details?Frisch's, Shoney's, Big Boy Restaurants -- Their onion rings are the best. What's the recipe?
Check your local library or bookstore for cookbooks ';Top Secret Recipes';. These books have the recipes for many different restaurant favorites. Barnes %26amp; Noble for instance will allow you to 'read' books there. Take a small notebook %26amp; pen and copy down the recipe. I've done this. It's easier (and cheaper) to copy out 1 or 2 recipes than to buy the entire book for those 1 or 2 recipes.Frisch's, Shoney's, Big Boy Restaurants -- Their onion rings are the best. What's the recipe?
I was a cook at Big Boy's in Milwaukee in the mid 70's. We simply used our pancake batter and cracker meal. The batter and cracker meal came in large size containers and were pre-made/mixed. Report Abuse

If anything, in buttermilk, but don't quote me. wouldn't it be easier to look on line for Big Boys Restaurants, or when you there for your fried onion rings ask them direct.





I really don't if anyone knows the correct answer to your question, and if the did answer, it would be their own recipe.





Chris
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