Tesco Freefrom Battered Onion Rings (gluten free onion rings)

Today I am reviewing

gluten free onion rings

Tesco Freefrom Battered Onion Rings.
These are new in the frozen Freefrom section of Tesco, had to buy they because I used to love a good onion ring sandwich.

What are they?
Crispy battered rings of onion
Frozen
Oven cooked for 15-18 mins

Ingredients:
Onion (50%), Water, Cornflour, Rice Flour, Sunflower Oil, Rapeseed Oil, Maize Flour, Caster Sugar, Dried Apple, Salt, Brown Sugar, Fructose, Dextrose, Flavouring, White Pepper, Turmeric, Paprika

Free from:
Gluten
Wheat
Dairy
Egg (as far as I can see on packaging)
Meat
Honey
Soya (as far as I can see)
Gelatine

Thus suitable for:
Vegetarians
Vegans (as far as I can see)
Coeliacs
Allergy/intolerance sufferers

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Look like:
Onion rings
Crispy golden brown batter
These are a good selection of small to BIG “proper” onion rings (think handmade/restaurant grub)

Smell like:
Onion rings
Fried oniony goodness (cooked in oven)

Feel like:
Crispy batter
Soft onion in middle
Did I mention many are big?

Taste like:
Onion rings
Really yummy onion rings
Really yummy big onion rings
They’re very tasty

Cost:
£2 in Tesco

Conclusion:
I really enjoyed these rings.
Not only the only gluten free onion rings I’ve found in the supermarkets BUT probably the best frozen onion rings I’ve tasted.
I’ve bought a lot worse in restaurants in the past AND they contained gluten!
Unfortunately you don’t get an awful lot for your money but the quality did sort of make up for it as onion rings aren’t usually a staple food.

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4.5/5 – yummy

No Moo, No Sick!

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2 thoughts on “Tesco Freefrom Battered Onion Rings (gluten free onion rings)

  1. Ooh, I’ll look out for those!

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  2. Angela Lynes says:

    My granddaughter who is Type 1 Diabetic and Coeliac is very upset as she is a fussy eater but loved these Onion Rings and now we are unable to buy them in any of our local Tesco within a 30 mile radius. Very disappointed. We also loved them, far better than the ones containing wheat.

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