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Prepare the egg bath by putting the eggs as well as a good amount of the Worcestershire sauce and Sriracha in a blender and blend on high for 2 min. With the blender running, drizzle in the cooking oil of your choice and let blend with the eggs and sauces for an additional min. The egg mix will help the breading adhere to the onion, but will also promote browning. Transfer the egg mixture to a bowl deep enough for dunking the onions.
With a fork, transfer the onion ring seasoned in flour to the egg mixture, giving it a good dunk. Drop into the seasoned bread crumb mixture. Shake the onion with the egg mixture on it in the seasoned crumbs until it gets coated well with the crumb mixture. Coat until it gets covered as completely as possible.
Your grill should be pre heated and stabilized at about 375F.
Create a barrier between the direct heat of the grill. A sheet pan, or pizza pan from the dollar store works well for this.
Arrange the onion rings on the grill leaving space between them to promote even cooking
Cook for about 8 to 10 min per side until golden brown and crunchy
The less you handle the onion rings, the better chance the breading has of not falling off
I made the onion rings on the grill to be enjoyed with burgers.
The problem is that a majority of them get eaten before they even get to the plate
You may need to double the recipe if you plan on having enough of these delicious Sweet Grilled Onion Rings to share!