An Amish mate of mine swung by with these chaps at our potluck and they were a smash hit

Make a copy of this dish.
Delicious and easy to make, this recipe for Amish Onion Fritters with Chive Dip is ideal for parties or a night in with the family since it provides a crisp, warm snack. These fritters capture the spirit of sharing a meal together and using healthy foods; they come from the welcoming kitchens of Amish communities, who are famous for their humble, home-cooked cuisine. You may bring the family together over a shared experience of tastes by adding them to your culinary lineup; they provide a rustic touch to the table.
Even when enjoyed solo, these crispy fritters really shine when paired with matching sides. To cut through the thick onion flavor, try serving them with a bowl of creamy tomato soup or a crisp green salad. Griddle some sausages or roast some chicken to make a heartier dinner. Make sure the chive dip is in the middle so everyone can dig in!
Served with a chives dip, these Amish onion fritters make four.
What You Need:
2 big finely sliced onions
One cup of all-purpose batter
2 teaspoons of baking soda
One teaspoon of salt
one-half teaspoon of black pepper
Beat one egg.
one and a half cups of cream
Fry pan oil
Just for the chive dip:
3 tablespoons sour cream
1/4 cup of chives, finely chopped
1/3 cup of lemon juice
Optional seasonings: salt & pepper
What to do
1. In a large basin, combine the flour, baking soda, salt, and pepper.
2. Blend the milk and beaten egg into a batter by stirring constantly.
3. Coat the sliced onions thoroughly by adding them to the batter and stirring.
4. In a large skillet set over medium heat, warm the oil.
After the oil has heated, drop spoonfuls of the onion batter into it and cook for two or three minutes each side, or until crispy and golden.
Sixth, shake off excess oil and pat fritters dry with paper towels.
7. In a separate dish, mix together the sour cream, chives, and lemon juice to make the chive dip. Add salt and pepper according to your preference.
8. Arrange the heated fritters in a platter and offer the chive dip alongside.
Tips and Variations
In order to give this traditional dish a modern spin, try mixing in a teaspoon of smoky paprika or garlic powder with the batter. Avoid the usual meat pairings and put more emphasis on veggie sides or a substantial bean salad if you’re serving vegetarians. To make a dip that doesn’t include dairy, just mix cashews with water. Then, add garlic, chives, and lemon juice according to your taste.

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