Take-out Tuesday, Maple Bacon Wrapped Onion Rings

Instead of fast food fried onion rings, try this crazy twist~

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Wrap a piece of bacon around several thick slices of onion

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leave 2 or 3 of the outer rings together and remove the smaller inner rings and reserve for another use

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Gently stretch the bacon so one piece will wrap the entire ring

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place rings on a medium hot grill, watching carefully or bake on a foil lined baking sheet at 350 for about 30 minutes until bacon is crisp

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The onion is soft and sweet and the bacon is crispy and salty

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These are surprisingly light!    If you only eat one 😉

Bacon Wrapped Onion Rings

  • Servings: 6 rings
  • Difficulty: medium
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1 large sweet onion

6 slices Maple bacon

Cut ends of onion off and peel off outer layer.  Cut into 6 thick slices.  Carefully remove the small inner rings, leaving 2-3 outer rings intact.  Wrap the ring groups with a strip of bacon, stretching to fit around the whole circumference and patting ends together to hold.  Place on medium grill, watching carefully, or cook in the oven at 350 on a foil lined baking sheet for 30 minutes until baking has thoroughly cooked and crisped.

for another printable version of Maple Bacon Wrapped Onion Rings click here

I got the inspiration for this recipe from Terri over at Easy Life and Party Planning, thank you Terri!

Use these as a garnish for your next steak night!

You can also bake an onion whole, wrapped in foil for an easy and delicious side dish.  For more info and a printable recipe for Baked Vidalias  click here

baked vidalia thapaintedapron.com

or wrap a piece of bacon around a half an onion and cook it the same way

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You also might like these easy version of Tasty Onion Straws  for a printable recipe and more info click here

onion straws thepaintedapron.com

Can you tell I love onions?

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Comments
11 Responses to “Take-out Tuesday, Maple Bacon Wrapped Onion Rings”
  1. Emily says:

    I love onions too and use them in so many dishes i make. Onion rings are delicious and one is a treat for me but if you add bacon I don’t think I could stop with one. This looks delicious Jenna.

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  2. Oh my…love onion rings and bacon. Looks great!

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  3. Wowser! Those life-saver onion rings are calling my name! You are so clever with presentation.

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  4. amazing all the uses for bacon nowadays.

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  5. Happier Than A Pig In Mud says:

    Oh my… I’m sure these are great! I have some onion rings of a different sort in the workings tonight myself:@)

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  6. CoziNest says:

    Oh my, you’ve definitely hit a nerve, here! I can’t wait to try these. I LOVE onion and bacon!

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  7. Mary says:

    Jenna, I bet it’s impossible to eat just one! I have to try this, my hubby will flip 🙂

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  8. fairhopesupplyco says:

    This beats my chocolate covered bacon recipe!

    I love onions, and I love bacon, so this is going to be something we try!

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  9. This looks mouth watering and is so clever.

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  10. Miz Helen says:

    Goodness Jenna,
    This is a double yum! Can’t wait to taste this combination and thanks so much for sharing it with Full Plate Thursday!
    Come Back Soon,
    Miz Helen

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  11. Kim says:

    I have to make these bacon wrapped onion rings! HH will love those!! For my personal favorite, I’ll head on over and print the recipe for your onion straws. Bless your heart! 🙂

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