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Thick Versus Thin Onion Rings

Onion Rings: Thick or Thin?

Thick and Thin Onion RingsLast time a friend and I sat down to a basket of Epic Roasthouse's gargantuan-size onion rings, we got into the thick vs. thin debate. He prefers thick-cut onion rings, while I'm more often than not in the mood for the skinny frizzled kind. (Side note: skinny rings can also rock out on a burger.) But ultimately, I think choosing between thick and thin is like asking someone if they'd rather eat a burger or a hot dog; it just depends on your mood!

Source: Flickr User patty.J

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bluesarahlou bluesarahlou 6 years
I will eat onion rings any way they're prepared. :drool:
Susannah-Chen Susannah-Chen 6 years
There's more batter to enjoy on the thin ones!
Susannah-Chen Susannah-Chen 6 years
I've gotta be going with thin these days. That's been my mood.
amber512 amber512 6 years
They are both awesome, but I prefer thick because there is more surface area to chew! yummy.
lemuse20 lemuse20 6 years
I haven't eaten enough onion rings (though I like them) to realize they come in different sizes! I prefer thick, I think.
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