Bloomin' Onion at Outback Steakhouse!!!

- Three cups of vegetable oil, specifically for frying.
- Two big eggs.
- 2 cups plus 1/2 cup of basic flour.
- 1/2 cup of real milk.
-- An enormous white onion.
2 tablespoons of paprika.
- Cayenne pepper, 1 teaspoon.
- Garlic powder, 1 teaspoon.
1 teaspoon of oregano.
add salt and pepper according to your preference.


In a medium-deep basin, mix the flour and spices. - Step I from the directions. Discard it.

The second step is to mix the milk and eggs in a separate medium dish using a whisk.

Thirdly, chop the onion into tiny pieces on a cutting board.

- In the fourth step, coat the onion well by dipping it in the flour mixture that has been preserved. After that, gently brush off any excess flour.

Step V: Carefully dip into the set-aside egg mixture to coat entirely. For the best outcome, let the onion to soak in the batter for fifteen minutes.

- In the sixth step, coat the onion well with the flour mixture.

- In Step VII, place the onion on a tray and freeze it for 60 minutes to ensure it stays put.

A medium saucepan or deep fryer should be heated to 350 degrees Fahrenheit after Step VIII is completed. Add the three cups of vegetable oil. Lay out a paper towel-lined platter and set it aside.

Stage IX: After around four minutes of frying, the onion should be golden brown. After that, flip it with a slotted spoon and continue cooking for a long time until it turns golden brown.

- Step X: Set the onion aside on a platter you've prepared. Accompany with a beverage and, if desired, a dipping sauce.

Today, whip up a batch for your loved ones and don't leave out the tasty dipping sauce; it really brings up the onion's flavor!