Outback Steakhouse Bloomin Onion

Since its opening, Outback Steakhouse has been known for their Blooming Onion dessert. You don’t need any special equipment to whip up this Bloomin’ Onion appetizer dish just like they do.

Perhaps this was my first attempt at a recipe imitation. The first time I had bloomin’ onions—a popular appetizer—remains etched in my memory. Some may even suggest that an onion “blooms” when cut in such a way that it opens up.

Served with a delicious sauce, this dish has battered petals and deep-fried onion. I can guarantee you that this invention will wow you as it did me the first time I attempted it.

The sophisticated presentation makes things appear complicated, but it’s actually very easy to understand. One of the best things about this recipe is that it allows you to enjoy a dish from the Outback Steakhouse menu without leaving your house!


Three cups of vegetable oil, specifically for frying.

– Two big eggs.

– 2 cups plus 1/2 cup of basic flour.

– 1/2 cup of real milk.

— An enormous white onion.

2 tablespoons of paprika.

– Cayenne pepper, 1 teaspoon.

– Garlic powder, 1 teaspoon.

1 teaspoon of oregano.

add salt and pepper according to your preference.


In a medium-deep basin, mix the flour and spices. – Step I from the directions. Discard it.

The second step is to mix the milk and eggs in a separate medium dish using a whisk.

Thirdly, chop the onion into tiny pieces on a cutting board.

In the fourth step, coat the onion well by dipping it in the flour mixture that has been preserved. After that, gently brush off any excess flour.

Step V: Carefully dip into the set-aside egg mixture to coat entirely. For the best outcome, let the onion to soak in the batter for fifteen minutes.

– In the sixth step, coat the onion well with the flour mixture.

– In Step VII, place the onion on a tray and freeze it for 60 minutes to ensure it stays put.

A medium saucepan or deep fryer should be heated to 350 degrees Fahrenheit after Step VIII is completed. Add the three cups of vegetable oil. Lay out a paper towel-lined platter and set it aside.

Stage IX: After around four minutes of frying, the onion should be golden brown. After that, flip it with a slotted spoon and continue cooking for a long time until it turns golden brown.

– Step X: Set the onion aside on a platter you’ve prepared. Accompany with a beverage and, if desired, a dipping sauce.

Today, whip up a batch for your loved ones and don’t leave out the tasty dipping sauce; it really brings up the onion’s flavor!

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