Almost-Famous Bloomin' Onion — Most Popular Pin of the Week

Inspired by the appetizer served at a popular steakhouse, this recipe for a golden, crispy onion was pinned more than any other this week.
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An Onion Bloom Sprinkled With Salt and Placed on a Round White Plate

©Food Stylist: Anne Disrude Prop Stylist: Pamela Duncan Silver

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Leave it to the chefs in Food Network Kitchen to take a restaurant classic with a cult following and remake it for home cooks, stripping away the tricky chef techniques and leaving just the over-the-top flavor you crave. That's the case with this week's Most Popular Pin of the Week, a crispy onion-and-dip starter inspired by the appetizer served at a steakhouse chain. This next-level recipe, featured in Food Network Magazine, features a sweet onion sliced bloomin' style, then dredged in a cayenne-spiked batter and fried until golden brown.

For more appetizer inspiration, check out Food Network's Let's Cook: Appetizers board on Pinterest.

Get the Recipe: Almost-Famous Bloomin' Onion (pictured above) from Food Network Magazine

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