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Old 07-03-2005, 07:52 AM   #1
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Deep Fried Dill Pickles

Anyone ever had a fried pickle? I had these one time in a restaurant and I've got to say, the theory holds true "anything deep fried tastes good"! If anyone has a recipe for these that you have tried and like, I'd like to see it. There are alot on line, but I want one I know someone had tried and liked.
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Old 07-03-2005, 08:06 AM   #2
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down south, if it can fit into a pot, we'll fry it!

I made fried pork chops last night....too hot to grill em.
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down south, if it can fit into a pot, we'll fry it!

I made fried pork chops last night....too hot to grill em.
I LOOOOOOOOVE fried pork chops. Fried pickles would go good with them! And deep fried twinkies for dessert!
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Larry, have you ever done the twinkies? I've never done em, but thought it would be a fun novelty when doing a get together.
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Larry, have you ever done the twinkies? I've never done em, but thought it would be a fun novelty when doing a get together.
No, but I have had a deep fried Snickers and Oreos, they were awesome! Twinkies are great alone, add batter and additional grease and they have to get better!
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^^^^
Now how the hell do you do that?
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Fried ice cream. Mmmm...that's good stuff.
I'd forgotten about that .... I tried it once at a Mexican place ... it was pretty good.
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I've seen it batter dipped too. For service, you cut into it (just the batter) from the top 3-4 times and peel it down like a banana. Nice presentation.
A little real whipped cream, some pistachios, and sprig of mint....
MMMMmmmmM Dandy Tastin!
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FRICKLES - FRIED PICKLES

Recipe courtesy of Rick Browne's Barbecue America TV Cookbook

1 bottle hamburger dill slices
1/2 cup all purpose flour
1/2 cup yellow corn meal
1 teaspoon BBQ rub
1/2 cup yellow mustard
1/2 cup beer

Combine the flour and cornmeal (50/50) and season with your favorite BBQ spice rub. In a small bowl make a slurry of the mustard and beer.

Dip the pickle slices in the mustard-beer mixture and then in the flour-cornmeal. Deep fry 5 to 6 pickels at a time at 325 degrees F until the batter is browned, about 30 seconds. Pickles will float to top when done.

Serve as an appetizer with icy cold beer.
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Look, if you guys are gonna keep saying "gooooooooood" I need to start getting some royalties.
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