Appetizers · Food

Fried Pickles

Hey guys! I am so sorry that this is a bit late! I was so busy last week helping out on my parents little farm while they went to the beach! And I had tried to make these earlier in the week but failed haha. While I was at my parents Max went out and bought me a Presto Fry Daddy deep fryer from Walmart for $18.84. That purchase literally saved this recipe! I will be making a post reviewing the little fryer sometime this week so everyone can see if you want to purchase one yourself! Now lets get to the recipe!

Ingredients:

  • Favorite type of pickle chip – I used hamburger dill pickle chips and also bread and butter sweet pickles.
  • Cup of flour
  • Tablespoon of each : Paprika, chili powder, garlic powder, salt, pepper, and cumin
  • 1 1/2 cup of butter milk
  • 4 cups of frying oil
  • Paper towels/coffee filters to strain grease
  • Presto Fry Daddy or Pan heated to 350 degrees

Steps:

  1. Combine together the flour and the seasonings. And have everything in separate bowls.
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  2. Take 4 pickle chips at a time and dip them in the buttermilk. Use a spoon with holes to scoop them out and strain. The slip them into the flour and make sure they are completely covered in mixture.
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  3. Using tongs,Β lightly put the flour coated pickles into the fryer.
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  4. We cooked ours EXACTLY 2 mins and they came out perfect!
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  5. Once they turn golden brown, take out of oil and place onto paper towel/coffee filter to capture extra oil.
  6. Let cool and then serve warm with your favorite dipping sauce!IMG_7189.jpgIMG_7194.jpg

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With Love,

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33 thoughts on “Fried Pickles

  1. Ok, YUM!! These look amazing – and so easy. I don’t have a deep fryer – used them all the time at the cooking school but haven’t taken the plunge at home. There are so many things that require a good deep fryer too…like tempura…I think your recipe may have tipped me off the fence where I’ve been sitting for years. Thank you πŸ’šπŸ™ŒπŸ»

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      1. Haha! My mom would say “What in the hell are you doing!”, she isn’t very adventurous with her food. I don’t think my friends would be surprized, I do weird things all the time. I love pickles!

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  2. Yum! Here in the midwest, it’s not a common thing, but there are some bars & restaurants that have them on the menu, and I do love trying them! It’s funny, because I don’t like them otherwise, but fry them and I’m all about it!

    I’m not big on deep fryer machines and prefer to just do it in a skillet – is there an adavantage for this recipe in using the fryer vs frying them on the stovetop in oil?

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    1. The problem I had when I did it on the stove top is that I didn’t really check the temperature. In hindsight I should have probably used a thermometer because I always go way too hot and end up burning everything. The fryer always get it to the same temp. So it’s just a step I don’t have to worry about.

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