Keventer Ready To Cook Crispy Onion Rings Review – Mishry
Are these crisp? Appetizing? Do we recommend them? Answers for these and more in our detailed review below.
Are you bored of the same old aloo-based frozen snacks? Us too. Which is why we are excited to try out this new product by Keventer.
Today, we have the ‘other’ side dish that comes close to being labeled as a classic – Onion rings! Crunchy, indulgent and delicious are some adjectives that best define this. Our Keventer ready to cook crispy onion rings review is based upon our evaluation of its taste and texture. How did these perform on our rating scale?
Keventer Crispy Onion Rings – Quick Glance
Details about the onion rings by Keventer frozen foods –
|Keventer Ready To Cook Onion Rings||Product Details|
|Net weight||400 gms|
|Weight per piece||25 gm (approx)|
|Number of rings||16 pieces|
|Shelf life||12 months|
Our Review Factors
What were we looking for? When someone says onion rings, we instantly think of a fairly large ring of onion that has been coated with a thick batter, breaded and deep fried till golden and crisp. We were looking for the same, but from a frozen bag.
We set the following parameters to review the Keventer crispy onion rings –
How flavorful is the onion ring? Seasoning level of the filling and the breading were both taken under consideration. Industrial aftertaste
Under texture we considered the following – crunch of the onion rings, thickness of the batter and breading, ratio of coating-batter to the filling inside.
Taste and texture, together, help us gauge freshness.
3. Other Supporting Parameters
Price, packaging and convenience are a few other parameters we considered for this review.
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Keventer Onion Rings – Detailed Review
Ingredients include – Onion (39%), Bread crumbs [Refined wheat flour (maida), Dextrose, Salt, Spices and condiments, Yeast], Water, Refined palm oil, Corn starch, Green chilli, Rice flakes, Bengal gram flour, Seasoning, Potato flakes, Refined wheat flour (Maida), Batter mix [Stabiliser (Guar gum)], Wheat fiber, Yeast extract, Milk solids, Sugar, Stabiliser (Guar gum).
How We Made It
We deep fried the onion rings in vegetable oil as per the instructions in the back of the pack. These did not need thawing and were quick to fry. It took us less than 3 minutes to fully-cook the rings.
The onion rings are fairly large in size and have an orangey tone. None of the pieces were broken or cracked. These are thick and the breading is even throughout the entire pack. Upon frying these have turned a dark golden brown.
Taste + Texture
As we mentioned earlier, onion rings spark an image of a single ring of an onion – battered, breaded and deep fried. Keventers’ onion rings are unlike that. These are a filling of chopped onions, flour, potato flakes and seasoning coated with a thick breading. The coating is thicker and more prominent than the filling inside.
We liked the crisp texture of the onion rings and the fact that it did not absorb too much oil. A super pronounced crunch when you bite into it.
These taste good with sweet onions in-between bites, are salted aptly and have medium-high spice levels.
Although this is a nice tasting snack that gives you a break from our usual potato-dominant frozen snacks, the promise of onion rings didn’t actually follow through.
- Crisp outer coating.
- Do not absorb too much oil.
- Apt seasoning.
- Not an actual onion ring. These have small chopped bits of onions in it.
- Breading to filling ratio is a bit off.
If you’re looking to add variety to your frozen food spread at home that is not potato based, this is a good vegetarian option.
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No. These did not absorb too much oil.
These are very quick cooking and took under 3 minutes to cook fully.
No, these are not vegan-friendly as they contain milk solids.
This pack contains 16 large rings.
Super crunchy onion rings that lack a core ingredient in abundance – ONIONS! This is undoubtedly a good vegetarian snack to munch on that is not dominant on potatoes, but the basic essence of an onion ring is missing. We liked the crunchy exterior.
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