Results for - Bloomin' Onion
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The Bloomin' Onion is an Outback Steakhouse appetizer. The onion is cut to 'bloom' open, breaded, deep-fried and served with a mayonnaise-horseradish sauce. Other restaurants have similar items. Chili's used to have the Awesome Blossom. Lone Star Steakhouse calls their variation the Texas Rose.
1. I think the dish was around long before Outback Steakhouse was founded, but the Australian-themed chain has got a lot more from the concept than any other restaurant. Have you ever had a Bloomin' Onion at Outback?
2. Have you ever had the same dish by a different name from some other restaurant?
3. Have you ever tried to make the same dish yourself?
4. Anything that taste that good can't be good for you. I love onion rings and enjoy bloomin' onions, but I don't eat either very often. I sometimes make baked onion rings. Do you like onion rings?
5. I've dined at Outback numerous times, but only ate some of a bloomin' onion on two occasions. The first time was years ago and then again recently. I really enjoy it, but I seldom need an appetizer to sustain me until the meal arrives. I'm not a person who snacks and I never stuff myself. Unless a person is feeling peckish, I don't see the point of snacking. Do you typically order an appetizer when dining out?
06/15/2016 Food & Drink