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    Posted: 08 July 2011 at 12:58
OK everybodys favorite rings
beer battered rings

1 bottle of dark beer - the darker the better - will be much more flavorful than light beer
1 eggwhite
mix the 2 together well and then add 1 cup of flour
put the rings into this mix and leave them sit for a few minutes.  the batter will be very light and tasty
Heat the oil to 375.  much under 350 and they will be oily, close to 400 will burn

Now for a twist - peel an apple.  slice into rings and punch out the core.  Put this into the same batter and fry up the same way.  Then mix up some Cinnamon and sugar ,but add some black pepper into the mix (yes black pepper) sprinkle this on the rings and enjoy, or even put a scoop of ice cream over the rings and have a good desert.
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Sounds nice Butch....any pics of the process?
Go with your food!
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