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Deep Fried Pickles

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by A_Swede_17_1911, May 31, 2004.

  1. A_Swede_17_1911

    A_Swede_17_1911

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    Hey have you ever had fried pickle chips, there easy heat the oil to 400degrees, drain dill pickle chips well, make an egg wash(2eggs, 1/2 milk), flour, take the well drained pickles, dip in egg wash, then flip both sides in flour, put in to hot oil, fry till crispy 1/2-1 min, eat hot, we shake tony chachere's lightly over em, and dip in ranch there really good.
     
  2. JohniusMaximus

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    I love 'em! I use to get them all the time at a local restaraunt here, but I haven't been in a while. I need to make them at home. I bet they're just as good.
     

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    Oh dear Lord...

    I was on business in Pinehurst, NC a few years back and first encountered these in seafood restaurant. I remember wondering who the hell invented them, much less who would eat them, but I took the plunge and tried them. Oh man were they good! I've made them a couple times myself since then. May have to make some more soon.

    :cool:
     
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    A long time ago when my wife and I were visiting her dad in Jackson, Mississippi, we went to a catfish restaurant, and he ordered fried dill pickle slices. I thought it was a joke on the menu, but later the waitress brought out a basket full of them. I was reluctant to try them, but when I did, we had to order another basket for everyone else. Man, those suckers are GOOD!;)
     
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    Will have to try them. Sounds good;W ;W ;W ^c
     
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    Tennessee Slim Señor Member CLM

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    Title: French-Fried Dill Pickles
    Keywords: pickles, appetizer, fried pickles

    salad oil
    1 egg
    3 Tbsp milk
    1 Tbsp pickle liquid (dill or sweet)
    1/3 Cup pancake mix
    1 Cup pickle slices, well drained (dill or fresh sweet cucumber)

    Heat one inch of salad oil in skillet or electric skillet to 360 degrees on deep-fat thermometer. Slightly beat egg in small mixing bowl; stir in milk and pickle liquid. Add pancake mix; stir until smooth. Dip pickle slices, one at a time, into batter.Fry in oil 1 to 2 minutes until lightly browned. Remove with slotted spoon and drain on paper towels.

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    Title: Fried Dill Pickles
    Keywords: appetizer, fried pickles

    INGREDIENTS:
    1 egg, beaten 3 1/2 Cups flour, plus 1 Tbsp.
    1 Cup milk 1 Tbsp Worcestershire sauce
    6 drops hot sauce (like Tabasco) 1 tsp salt
    3/4 tsp pepper 1 Qt sliced dill pickles
    salt pepper
    vegetable oil

    Combine egg, 1 tbsp flour, milk, Worcestershire sauce, and hot sauce; stirring well. Set aside. Combine 3.1/2 cups flour, salt,and pepper; mix well. Dip drained pickles into milk mixture anddredge in flour mixture. Deep fry at 350 degrees until pickles float to the surface. Drain.
     
  7. kf4zra

    kf4zra I miss ya Murph

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    from what i hear, okie knows a thing or two about pickles ;)
     
  8. TwinGlock40z

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    I make then like that all time. but to me its missing some kind of seasoning. you mentioned some type of seasoning that i've never heard of. Any other suggestions on what kinda seasoning to use?
     
  9. A_Swede_17_1911

    A_Swede_17_1911

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    its a cajun seasoning, also use a little black pepper.
     
  10. SouthernGal

    SouthernGal What's Up Dox?

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    Bwah! My home state!

    We fry everything down here and they say we're some of the most unhealthy people in the country. I've seen deep fried twinkies, deep fried snickers bars, cheese, you name it, we fry it.
     
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    I love them! A local wing place called Pluckers has fried pickles. Well I ate them 3-4 days a week for a while and almost ended up in pickle rehab;4 I've been "clean" for about a month or so but I bet I'll have a relapse.;N