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Oct 14, 2010

Review: Arby's - Steakhouse Onion Rings

Arby's Steakhouse Onion Rings five to a box
Arby's new Steakhouse Onion Rings are battered, breaded, and deep-fried. They come five to an order in a box for $1.99 and are made-to-order (at least mine were).

Arby's Steakhouse Onion Rings replace their Onion Petals on the menu.. At $1.99, they're cheaper than other Arby's Sidekickers which run closer to $3.
Arby's Steakhouse Onion Ring
I have to hand it to Arby's, the Steakhouse Onion Rings I bought were as good as a lot of sit-down places. They were crisp and crunchy, while retaining a solid onion flavor inside. The onions were fairly tender, but I did end up pulling one out of the breading while eating. The rings themselves were also a good size and were seasoned with just a sprinkle of salt.

Other than the salt, hey're fairly neutral as far as the breading goes. Great for dipping, but not as interesting on their own flavor-wise.
Arby's breading ring?
Bereft of onion because it pulled out when I took a bite.
I also noticed that the Steakhouse Onion Rings don't hold up too well over time, and started getting soggy before I finished them. It's a bit like fresh-not-frozen French fries in that manner. Still, I thought Arby's Steakhouse Onion Rings were surprisingly good and definitely comparable to those found at a steakhouse or other sit-down restaurants, especially if you like breaded onion rings (I prefer battered myself).

I should have asked for some Horsey Sauce to dip them though. That sounds mighty tasty!

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Nutritional Info - Steakhouse Onion Rings (132g)
Calories - 460 (from Fat - 210)
Fat - 24g (Saturated Fat - 3g)
Sodium - 1400mg
Carbs - 56g (Sugar - 6g)
Protein - 6g


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5 comments :

  1. VERY ADDICTIVE- but Sodium is 1400 mg, total daily RDA is 1500mg,
    no good for blood pressure!!

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  2. I don't eat at Arby's that often but I always liked their onion petals. I hate that they've chosen to replace them with the onion rings. Cheaper is right. If I wanted these I could go to Burger King.

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  3. I tried these for the first time last night and they were really good. I thought they were the best I ever had, but I'm no onion ring connoisseur. I love the fact that the onions were tender and didn't pull out when you bit into them and I loved the breading and the saltiness and crispiness to them. They also didn't seem overly greasy to me as some onion rings can be.

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  4. I would eat a book if you dipped it in Horsey sauce.

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  5. I liked the onion rings but for the price I wish there was more than 5.

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