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Offline Dotch

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These onion rings were the store brand ones I got on sale a while back. They're made with minced onions and are uniform in size. About 6-7 minutes/side at 400 seemed to work about right with this machine given the volume I put in it. We tried some Schwan's onion rings in the oven before we got the air fryer. They're a slice of onion with heavier breading. Was difficult to get especially the larger ones done enough using the oven. Probably order some again and see how they behave in the air fryer.   
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I'm out of onion rings, have to get some tomorrow.. 
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

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made some thing different, at least for me any way...  made some crescent roll cheese dogs for lunch.. super fast and good too!!  used Nathan's hot dogs and buttermilk crescent rolls... 
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

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I remember my Mom making those.  Were they good? 

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I remember my Mom making those.  Were they good?

yuppers but like I said I mused a good hot dog too...  I will do them again some day....
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These onion rings were the store brand ones I got on sale a while back. They're made with minced onions and are uniform in size. About 6-7 minutes/side at 400 seemed to work about right with this machine given the volume I put in it. We tried some Schwan's onion rings in the oven before we got the air fryer. They're a slice of onion with heavier breading. Was difficult to get especially the larger ones done enough using the oven. Probably order some again and see how they behave in the air fryer.

We done some onion rings in the air fry'er tonight....dang they was good! They were the cub brand "essentials"
They were the solid ring type....
(Plus the sunny's we had with them were done in peanut oil in cast iron on the stove)
Dang good dinner!
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sounds like a darn good meal HD!!!   :happy1: :happy1:
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usually I grill asparagus but just did some roasted in the air fryer...  turned out darn good....   some oil salt and pepper and a few minutes later they are gone!!!
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Did some hash browns out of the freezer last week. They were OK but weren't as brown as I'd hoped and it just kinda dried them out. Once again the instructions were absolutely worthless. Thinking the next attempt we'll spray them with a little cooking oil first and cut the cooking time slightly to see what happens.  What say ye?  :scratch:
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https://forktospoon.com/frozen-hash-browns-in-air-fryer/

try this Dotch, looks like it will work for ya!!  let us know when ya do!!! 
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Thanks mikey! That's right along the lines of what I was thinking.  :happy1:
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Thanks mikey! That's right along the lines of what I was thinking.  :happy1:

you bet ya!!!   :happy1:
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

 

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