I participated in an Ambassador program on behalf of Influence Central for P.A.N. Cornmeal. I received product samples as well as a promotional item to thank me for my participation.
Raise your hand if you like fried pickles! I hope so, but if you haven’t, it’s totally okay because we have an awesome Fried Pickles Recipe for you going to love.
I love cooking and baking for my family, especially now that I’m home full-time blogging. Things tend to get a little crazy when it comes to cooking now because my sister lives with us, and she loves to cook as well. We’ve had to come to an agreement, who does what, and which nights we get to do them. It is only fair, right?
It works out perfectly because we both like to cook different things. It’s a win-win for everyone involved because we eat something different all the time. Plus, we’re always trying new things, which most of the time is a success. However, there have been a few fails, lol.
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One thing my sister and I both agree on is fried pickles! I thought everyone loved fried pickles until I realized my husband has never had them. When my sister or I make them they’re all gone before Shawn is home from work. He has been asking me to make fried pickles for a while now, so I figured I would surprise him and not allow anyone to touch them until he got home.
One of my favorite things to make and eat is fried pickles. They’re amazing, and if you haven’t tried them trust me, they’re tasty. I remember the first time someone told me about fried pickles. I thought they had lost their mind, but then I tried one. They’re the perfect, especially using cornmeal in the batter.
- 1 Jar of Dill Pickles (32 ounces) However, you are free to make as many as you like.
- 2 eggs
- ½ cup milk
- ¾ cup flour
- ½ cup P.A.N White Cornmeal
- Vegetable Oil
- First slice all your pickles. I prefer thinner slices of pickles but my daughter likes thicker slices. Which tends to work out nicely because the slices tend to vary in size.
- Whisk milk and eggs together in a bowl big enough to hold ingredients and dip pickles into.
- Add flour, cornmeal, seasoning into a medium sized bowl and mix with a fork until it’s well blended. I always taste the mixture to make sure I have the right mixture of seasonings.
- Place pickles into milk mixture and lets them sit until oil is warmed to in a deep pot or fryer to 350 degrees.
- Remove pickles from milk mixture and place them into cornmeal mixture and coat thoroughly.
- Remove any extra cornmeal mixture and place into warm oil.
- Fry until a golden brown color, normally 3 to 5 minutes. Be sure to stir them around in the heated oil and flip them if needed, so they cook nice and even.
- Remove them from the grease and allow to drain on a plate covered with paper towels.
- Repeat until all pickles are fried.
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Naturally, the fried pickle recipe was a house pleaser and my husband finally was able to try them. He liked the fried pickles so much he ended up filled up on fried pickles. Do you have a favorite recipe you create from scratch?
Just in case you would like to print out the recipe I’m going to include it below in an easy to print format.