Amish Onion Patties are the best tasting onion patties you’ll ever eat. They’re made from a secret blend of spices and other ingredients that makes them taste like a cross between an onion, garlic, and savory cheese pizza.

These Amish Onion Patties are out of this world! They’re also very simple to create. So there you have it. You must try this recipe and make no changes – they are delicious!

 

 

I’ve prepared a variety of “patties,” but never one made only of onions. Great dish since my whole family loves onions, and the more the merrier!

What Ingredients Are in Amish Onion Patties?

There are just a few ingredients, but the taste is huge! You probably already have everything you need to create a batch!

They’re really simply flour, milk, and a little cornmeal and sugar, along with a lot of delicious onions. The flavor and texture harken back to crispy onion rings.

They aren’t, however, onion rings. They’re onions on a high dose of steroids. I’m very pumped!

They’re also not nearly as troublesome as onion rings! The patties are simple to prepare.

Simply brush a small coating of oil over a hot cast iron pan and refill between batches.

There’s no need to deep-fry them like onion rings; they’ll taste just as good without all the fat!

I promise they’re delicious; I’ve been preparing these for years and everyone I’ve given them to has raved about them.

 

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Amish Onion Patties

Similar to onion rings, they are a tasty and simple meal to prepare. As an appetizer or a side dish, this meal is fantastic!

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American cuisine

4 servings

  • flour, 3/4 cup
  • 1 teaspoon of sugar
  • cornmeal, 1 tablespoon
  • 2 tablespoons powdered baking soda
  • a half teaspoon of salt
  • 3/4 gallon of milk
  • 2 1/2 cups finely chopped onions
  1. After mixing the dry ingredients, pour in the milk. This should result in a batter that is quite thick.

  2. Mix in the onions well.

  3. Drop spoonfuls of batter into the heated fat.

  4. Turn them over and flatten them into patties when they are brown on one side (approximately 3-4 minutes).

  5. On the second side, fry until browned (about 3-4 minutes).

  6. Drain on paper towels or a cooling rack for cookies. I like the rack because it keeps the crunchiness!

 

I had to discipline myself not to eat the patties until they were cold enough! It’s fantastic. You have to give them a shot!

It’s appropriate for any occasion. Amish Onion Patties are a good option.

 

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Miss Annie’s recipe was the inspiration for this dish. Ken U. took the photo.