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Ultimate Onion Rings

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ingredients

12 pounds Jumbo or colossal-size sweet yellow onions
1 gallon, 1 quart KIKKOMAN Teriyaki Marinade and Sauce
2 pounds, 8 ouncesAll-purpose flour
4 pounds KIKKOMAN Panko (Japanese Toasted Bread Crumbs)
1 gallon, 1 quart Buttermilk
Peanut or canola oil as needed for frying
2 quarts, 1 cup KIKKOMAN Teriyaki Baste & Glaze with Honey & Pineapple
Fresh pineapple wedge, ti-leaf, dendrobium orchid As desired

directions

Trim onion ends and peel; remove all green skin and membrane.  Cut crosswise into 1/2-inch thick slices; carefully separate into rings.  Place onion in non-reactive container.  Pour teriyaki marinade over onion.  Cover and chill at least 24 hours.  Remove onion rings from marinade; dredge in flour, shaking off any excess flour.  Dip into buttermilk, then into panko, coating well.  Shake off excess.  Place on parchment paper-lined sheet pans.  Freeze immediately.  For each serving, to order:  In deep fryer, heat oil to 350 to 360°F.  In batches, add frozen onion rings; fry until golden brown.  (Maintain oil temperature for even cooking.)  Drain well.  Serve with 3 ounces teriyaki honey and pineapple glaze for dipping.  Garnish plate with pineapple, ti leaf and orchid, as desired.

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