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Bahama Breeze Island Onion Rings Recipe
Bahama Breeze Island Onion Rings
By Todd Wilbur

Recipe Type: Appetizer
Calories: 450
Cook Time: 40 minutes
Recipe Rating: 5.0 (4 reviews)
 

Menu Description: "Thick-cut and coconut breaded, with chili-horseradish and citrus-mustard dipping sauces."

Track down a couple large, sweet onions, and some shredded coconut for this Island-style twist on golden onion rings. Make 1-inch slices in each onion so that, when the slices are separated, you end up with at least 16 wide rings. The breading here will be enough for that many rings, although you might be able to squeeze out a few more. I've also got clones here for the diptastic sauces (check out the secret ingredient that gives the citrus-mustard clone it's strong orange flavor without thinning out the sauce). When you're done, you'll have an impressive tower of rings that makes a kickin' appetizer or party dish for at least a half dozen of your crazy friends and family folks.

Source: "Top Secret Restaurant Recipes 3" by Todd Wilbur.

Chili-Horseradish Sauce
1/3 cup mayonnaise
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Michelle  
Submitted on: 02/27/09
This is the BEST!!! My brothers' absolute fav! Other recipes could'nt compare and would'nt satisfy! He's a HAPPY man!
Sandy W  
Submitted on: 06/19/07
This is such a great recipe!! I don't like onion rings but my husband likes them so I made them for him. They are so good I am a new onion ring fan. They were perfect!
SCOTT  
Submitted on: 06/07/07
This is an awesome appetizer, when ever my family and I go shopping we always go to Bahama Breeze and order it! This recipe is the closest thing to the actual it is AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
gj simpson  
Submitted on: 06/04/07
I am the one who sent in this recipe request and OMG it is dead on. I suggest following the coating recipe exactly as stated. It may seem tedious but it is perfect. Make the citrus mustard sauce first and sit it in the fridge to let the flavors gel together. My family said it was just like going to "Bahama Breeze" all over again!