Healthy Onion Rings

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The picture is all I need to know. I lurrrveeeee onion rings, so much in fact that I don’t even care if they’re healthy or not. When I crave them, I’m okay with splurging. Given my affinity, I figure it’s best if I learn to make them in a healthy way. This recipe diverges all my walks down greasy lane and gives me everything I ask for, and more – they’re healthy! Enjoy!

Onions: have anti-inflammatory, anti-septic, anti-coagulant and anti-bacterial properties, are high in iron and beneficial for the treatment of anemia, lower blood pressure, lower LDL (bad) cholesterol, thin blood and dissolve blood clots, cleanse the blood, act as a diuretic, prevent hair loss (if its juice is applied to the scalp), boost the immune system, complement diabetes treatment, prevent osteoporosis, liquefy mucus in lungs, are a potent aphrodisiac, and treat urinary tract infection.

Get the full recipe @Greatist.

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Bon Appetit!

xo Aylin

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  • http://hampiesandwiches.blogspot.com/ Eileen

    Yay, onions rings! I’ve been meaning to experiment more with baked onion rings–my first effort did not go very well. These sound great–I love the idea of adding cornmeal!