Outback Steakhouse Bloomin Onion

Here is an aperitif recipe that I have seen a lot lately on social networks and that I really wanted to test because it looks like a big killer! This is a whole onion cut in the shape of a flower before being breaded and fried and then served with a sauce of your choice!
I suggest here a small pepper sauce with horseradish, but you are free to propose the recipe with any other sauce that suits you more! To make sure you get a pretty flower, be careful when cutting the onion so that it does not fall apart when frying.

* List of ingredients :

° 1 large sweet white onion
° 2.5 dl of milk
° 1 egg
° 200g of flour
° 1 cc. garlic powder
° 1 cc. paprika
° 1 cc. salt
° 1/2 cc. dried oregano
° 1/2 cc. black pepper
° 1/2 cc. cumin powder
° Frying oil
* For the sauce
° 4 tbsp. mayonnaise
° 2 cc. ketchup
° 2 cc. horseradish cream
° 1 cc. chilli powder
° 1/2 cc. oregano
° Salt and pepper

* Preparation:

Cut off the top of the onion, turn it over on a board and form petals by slicing it around the root.
Flip the onion and peel off the layers to define the petals.
Mix the flour and spices in a bowl and pass the onion through, taking care to distribute the flour evenly between the layers. Shake lightly to release the excess.

In another bowl, beat the egg with the milk and place the onion in it to coat it well.
Repeat the operation a second time with the flour, always taking care to distribute the mixture well between the petals.
Heat a frying bath to 190 ° C. and dip the onion upside down for 3 minutes, turn them over and cook for another 3-4 minutes. Allow it to drain on paper towels for 5 minutes.
Make the sauce by combining all the ingredients, then serve it with the onion and enjoy! Enjoy your meal