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I was a little skeptical about making this recipe. Maybe because the name implies that it's a dessert. Although it does have a cake like quality about it, it's for sure a savory food with the large amount of sautéed onions. And the poppy seeds, paprika, and sour cream gives this Amish Cake an absolutely wonderful and distinctive flavor.MORE+LESS-


tablespoon dark brown sugar, packed


tablespoon baking powder


tablespoon granulated sugar


cups (4 sticks) unsalted butter


medium onions, chopped

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  • 1

    Cook the onions gently in 1/2 cup (1 stick) of the butter for about 10 minutes. Stir in the poppy seeds, paprika, salt and pepper and continue to cook until the onions are golden brown. Set aside.

  • 2

    Mix together the flour and cornstarch, granulated sugar and baking powder in a bowl. Add 1-1/4 cups (2-1/2 sticks) of the remaining butter and rub in to make soft crumbs (this can be done in a food processor). Add 3 of the eggs, one at a time, mixing in well, then add the milk to form a sticky dough.

  • 3

    Beat the last 2 eggs with the remaining 1/4 cup (1/2 stick) butter. Whip in the sour cream and the brown sugar.

  • 4

    Grease a 10-inch round cake pan. Spread the dough in the pan. Cover with the onion mixture and the sour cream mixture. Bake in a preheated oven at 350° F for 20-25 minutes. Cool slightly, and serve in wedges

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Amish Onion Patties Recipe

My son loves onion rings could eat them every day if we let him this is just as good in taste and takes much less time to cook with a lot less mess.

  • amish
  • cooking
  • cheap
  • onions
  • easy
  • onionrings
  • fry
  • amish
  • cooking
  • cheap
  • onions
  • easy
  • onionrings
  • fry

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  • 3/4 cup flour
  • 1 tablespoon sugar
  • 1 tablespoon cornmeal
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 2 teaspoons salt ( adjust the salt to your family's taste I only use 1 teaspoon)
  • 3/4 cup milk
  • 2 and 1/2 cups chopped onions about 2 small onions
  • oil for frying


How to make it

  • Mix together dry ingredients
  • add milk and stir
  • batter will be thick
  • add onions and mix throughly
  • heat 1/2 inch oil in skillet over medium high heat
  • drop batter by tablespoons in hot oil
  • flatten slightly
  • brown on both sides until nice and crisp
  • drain on paper towels
  • as my son puts it now gobble them up
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I made these today and wow, they are delicious. However I will use 1/2 tsp. of salt the next time I make these because they were a little too salty for me.

The only thing I did differently was to grate the onions which gave the patties a more intense onion flavor. The added liquid from the onions made the batter a little thinner where the patties spread out nicely on their own. However, I did drain off most of the liquid from the onions before I added them to the batter.

Old-Fashioned Amish Onion Dip

Time for one more dip before we dip into the New Year!

This recipe for Old-Fashioned Amish Onion Dipcomes to us from an Amish woman in Indiana and is a delicious, easy way to add some zip to your chips.

Many Amish grow their own onions so they have a ready supply year around, so when a fun occasion like New Year's Eve comes around and a quick dip is in order, then this recipe fits the bill. Green onions, Vidalia onions, sweet onions, all are popular varieties in Amish gardens. Onions are easy to grow and harvest and they can be used in soups, stews, and salads. Chopped onions are also great as pizza toppers and for flavoring festive dips like this old-fashioned Amish onion dip.

A big bag of potato chips would go well with this dip. Geez, in my part of the world Mike-Sells is a very popular local potato chip, but there are many regional chip favorites in addition to the big national players like Frito-Lay and Pringles. (SIGH, Pringles. I do love them, but they are so easy to eat by the stack).

Grating the onion is the most difficult part of this easy recipe!

A few ingredients, a lot of flavor!

Okay, now let's get to this wonderful recipe for Old-Fashioned Amish Onion Dip!

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I was about to publish this recipe when I found yours. They are fabulous, I have been making them for years and everyone loves them.
I love onion rings. But there’s no way I can make them at home. I won’t fry anything here. And the thought of dipping all those onions makes me tired. That’s where these onion rings rock! All the flavor of an onion ring in a single to make a little pancake.
These were wonderful! I was flipping through your page and saw your cookbook of Amish and Mennonite recipes. I looked through it and saw this one – I am an onion lover! I suggested to my DH that maybe some freshly ground pepper would be nice and his words were “Don’t change a thing – they’re perfect!” And they are so easy to make. There you go. Next, I will try your Cabbage Casserole – cabbage is one of our favorite vegetables. If it’s almost as good as your onion burgers, we’ll both be in heaven.
That’s right, these taste just like onion rings. That’s good! And you can make them in advance and serve them when you’re ready. Just keep them in a low oven (about 200 degrees F) for up to an hour. Although I like them better when they are hot out of the pan.
All the flavor of an onion ring in a simple to make a little fritter (pancake). They are great as a side dish or as a fancy appetizer!
I can’t believe how easy it is to make these delicious Amish onion burgers. They are crunchy, tasty and very tasty. Let’s take a look at what the people at Group Recipes have to say about it: My son loves onion rings he could eat them every day if we let him know that this is just as good in flavor and takes much less time to cook with much less mess. My family also enjoys eating onion rings, especially those with beer in them. These Amish onion burgers taste a lot like them. Yummy!


3/4 c flour
1 spoonful of sugar
1 tablespoon of corn flour
2 teaspoons of baking powder
1-2 teaspoons of salt, according to taste.
3/4 c of milk
2 1/2 c chopped onions
oil for frying

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