Finally! Recipe from rawguru.com. I’m so excited about this one!

Recipe Directions

Ok, so after the onion, the next 3 ingredients are your first coating. The remaining incredients are your second coating. Combine the separate coating ingedients in separate flat dishes. Take each onion ring and dip it into the 2nd coating, then 1st, then 2nd, trying to get as much of the 2nd coating as possible. Dehydrate without Teflex sheets for 10-14 hours at 105 degrees or until crispy. Serve with raw ketchup (or he gives a recipe for “Tangy Dipping Sauce.” YUM!

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By Alicia

Finally! Recipe from rawguru.com. I’m so excited about this one!

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I put these in the dehydrator about 4 hours ago and have pulled out one that was semi ready (it was cut thinner than the others so it "cooked" quicker)

IT WAS SOOOO GOOD!

I will def make these again. It does get messy but its so worth it. I bet even sad eaters will love these.

I switched up the coating a bit by adding sunflower seeds & oats

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Oh. My. Yumminess.

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I just made these and also had trouble getting the breading to stick to the onions, but only after the breading was saturated with oil from dipping the onions in the oil first. Before the breading was saturated with oil, it stuck really well to the onions, if anyone has any tips on breading while keeping the breading dry, that would be helpful.

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I tried dipping some into the oily coating first, and some into the bready coating first. But, I had issues getting the "breading" to stick to the onions… did I do something wrong? I ended up chopping the rest of my onions, adding them to the bread coating, then adding the oil coating and spreading it on the dehydrator to make a bread. This worked well, but I'd love to know if anyone has a better way to get the "breading" to stick to the onion.

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These are the bomb!

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I tried the recipe but I used regular onions. It was great!

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