If you don’t have brown rice or regular rice flour, all-purpose may be substituted. For the beer I used a lighter wheat beer to keep the beer-flavor mild. To cut the apple rings, just use graduated sizes of biscuit or round cookie cutters. I
3/4 cup all-purpose flour
1/4 cup brown rice flour, plus 1/4 cup more
2 teaspoons of Tonewood Maple Seasoning (check name), plus more for sprinkling
1 egg white
1 cup beer
1 large, sweet onion sliced into rings and separated
1 large apple (I used a Honeycrisp), sliced into rounds
Canola oil for fryingMaple Sriracha Drizzle
2 tablespoons maple syrup
1 -2 tablespoons sriracha hot sauceInstructions:
In a mixing bowl, whisk together the flour and 1/4 cup of the rice flour with the maple seasoning to combine. Then whisk in the egg white and beer until a smooth batter forms. Set aside while you cut out the apple rings. Using a few sizes of round cutters, cut out apple rings and place on a plate with the separated onion rings. Place the remaining rice flour in a shallow dish. Prepare a plate with several layers of paper towels and set to the side.
In a deep skillet fill with a generous 1-inch of canola oil and heat to about 375˚F. In batches, dredge the onion and apple rings in the rice flour to coat lightly, then dip into the beer batter before gently lowering the rings into the hot oil. Cook the rings on both sides until golden and crisp. Remove from the oil and place on the paper-towel lined plate and sprinkle with additional maple seasoning while still hot. Serve immediately (with extra beer!).
Courtesy of: http://www.hungrygirlporvida.com/blog/2013/11/08/savory-maple-beer-battered-apple-onion-rings/