Try this Fried Pickles recipe, or contribute your own.
"Delicious!! We prefer Klaussen pickles but the store only had spears. So I bought a gallon size jar of Vlasic dill chips & made 6 or 7 batches... They were disappearing as fast as I could make them!! We had friends over & everyone absolutely loved them! I prefer a lighter breading so after the first batch, I started dipping them in the egg wash & then in the flour & fried them after that. Perfect!!"
Whip together all ingredients for seasoned egg wash, set aside. Mix ingredients for flour mixture in a shallow dish. Slice pickle 1/8" thick. Dip into flour mix, then egg wash, then flour mix again. Fry until golden brown, about 1 minute. Drain on paper towels. Serve with dipping sauce of ranch dressing, ketchup or horseradish sauce. Blue Moon Cafe Austin, texas
chicoblacc9 1y agoMan thi
HeatherLDoyle 2y agoYummy! Quick and easy to make!
Markwg 2y ago
LBCs_finest 2y agoMy family loved them! So yummy
jetsika 2y ago
Mandyjo123 2y agoI soaked dill pickle chips in Buttermilk and used 1/2 flour and 1/2 cornmeal. Dry pickles with paper towel before dipping. I also fry in Crisco. I have found the pickles fry up real crisp and juicy.
joshmoore 3y ago
nafisbakshicastagna 3y ago
Ptg1997 3y agothis is amazinggg!! everyone loved it so much that im making it for my youth group!
Melodiep30 3y agoThe batter had no taste in my opinion and my kids who love pickles ended up taking the breading off and eating just the pickle, I followed the recipe to the T.