DAIRY QUEEN EMPLOYEES REVEAL HOW THEY MAKE ITS ONION RINGS
The account, @dairyqueenknoxville, appears to be a local Dairy Queen location that posts videos unveiling how the chain’s dishes are made. Now, the team behind the account has revealed the secret behind the chain’s onion rings.
In short, Dairy Queen’s onion rings come pre-made. When someone orders onion rings, the crew member takes 6 to 8 onion rings and puts them in the deep fryer.
Once the timer indicates that they’re done, they shake off the excess grease and load the rings into a designated area.
After this, they put the rings in a box and give them to the customer.
In the comment section, some users simply declared their love for DQ’s onion rings.“yum!!!! I’ll take 10 orders,” wrote one user.“That looks gas,” added another.