Mozzarella Onion Rings
After trying this appetizer recipe idea, you might just wonder how you lived without it. This food idea stuffs a mini wheel of cheese inside of onion rings, then coats them in salty cracker crumbs and deep fries them to a golden crisp. Just thinking about them is sure to make you mouth water. For this mozzarella onion ring recipe, you will need white onions, Babybel Mini Mozzarella, saltine crackers, flour, eggs, oil for frying and some ranch salad dressing for dipping. For the full step by step recipe instructions for this mozzarella onion ring recipe, you will want to take a look on the Oh Bite It site.
When people think of onions, they quite often think of the tears that result every time you try to cut them. Onions are a prized member of the lily family, and onions offer a variety of health benefits while adding plenty of taste to your food ideas and recipes. Not to mention you can buy a bundle of onions from the grocery store for mere pennies. The following are just some of the onion nutrition facts you will find in onions. The phytochemicals in onions along with their vitamin C may help improve your immunity. Onions contain chromium, which is something that assists in regulating blood sugar. For centuries, onions have been used to help reduce inflammation and heal infections. And raw onions may help to lower the production of bad cholesterol (LDL), which in turn helps to keep your heart healthy. A powerful compound that is called quercetin in onions is known to play a significant role in helping to prevent cancer. If you get stung by a honey bee, try applying some onion juice on the area for immediate relief from the pain and burning sensation. Onions scavenge free radicals, which may help reduce your risk of developing gastric ulcers.
When it comes to selecting your onions for recipes and food ideas, both dry and green onions are available all year round. When buying onions, you want to choose the ones that are clean, well-shaped, and that have no opening at the neck. The necks of the onions should be tightly closed and should not have a thick woody center. The onions should be firm with crisp, bright, dry, and a shiny outer skin with a crackly feel. The base of the onion should be whitish and measure about two to three inches. Avoid the onions that have soft spots and damp or moldy patches as this is an indication of bad quality. Sprouting onions should also be avoided as they indicate age and poor storage. However, if the sweet onions in your pantry have sprouted, you can use the green sprouts as a substitute for scallions. There should not be any dark powdery patches under the skin of the onions as this is an indication of mold that may spoil the flesh. Onions should have a mild smell. As for storage, dry onions can be stored for several months. Whole onions should always be stored in a dry, cool, well-ventilated place, where the onions will last for about four weeks. Avoid refrigerating onions as this will turn them soft. Onions absorb moisture, so they should not be stored below the sink. Onions can be stored for later use. The onions should be wrapped in plastic or placed in a tightly sealed container and refrigerated for use within 2 to 3 days. Slimy or discolored onions should always be discarded.
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