About National Onion Rings Day
Fans of the popular side dish ring this day on their calendars on June 22nd which is National Onion Ring Day.
An onion ring is a form of appetizer or side dish in American cuisine. They generally consist of a cross-sectional "ring" of onion dipped in batter or breadcrumbs and then deep-fried. While typically served as a side dish, onion rings are often eaten by themselves.
Whether battered or crumbed, the crunch of a battered and deep-fried onion ring is the perfect pairing to a burger, steak, or on their own with a zesty dipping sauce.
The National Onion Association is said to have first given the holiday its stamp of approval in 2014.