Posted by on Sep 19, 2020 in Appetizers | 21 comments

How to Make Fried Pickles

How to Make Fried Pickles

These tasty fried appetizers are a Southern favorite—and so easy to make!

Enjoy a little taste of the south. A Southern favorite, deep-fried dill pickles make an easy and delicious appetizer. In this video, you'll learn how to make homemade fried pickles, also fondly known as "frickles." We'll walk you through a quick frying preparation, showing you how to dip, dredge, and fry sliced dill pickles in hot oil. You'll see a nifty way to tell when the dill slices are ready to be removed to paper towels. Serve these easy fried pickles with a quick dipping sauce and enjoy with a cold beer or a glass of iced tea.

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How to Make Fried Pickles

These tasty fried appetizers are a Southern favorite—and so easy to make!

Enjoy a little taste of the south. A Southern favorite, deep-fried dill pickles make an easy and delicious appetizer. In this video, you'll learn how to make homemade fried pickles, also fondly known as "frickles." We'll walk you through a quick frying preparation, showing you how to dip, dredge, and fry sliced dill pickles in hot oil. You'll see a nifty way to tell when the dill slices are ready to be removed to paper towels. Serve these easy fried pickles with a quick dipping sauce and enjoy with a cold beer or a glass of iced tea.

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21 Responses to “How to Make Fried Pickles”

  1. Oganes A says:

    what can u use instead of winchester sauce or whatever they said? 

    • Allrecipes says:

      Thank you for your question. You can omit the sauce, or mix equal amounts
      of steak sauce and soy sauce. Enjoy!

  2. Christopher Lewis says:

    You should flour and then batter first. using a deep fryer works better but
    a pot with oil is same concept. flour, salt, and pepper. for batter you can
    also use tempora flour with one part pbr and one part Guinness.

  3. Taylor Norbie says:

    They look moldy

  4. fattymoko says:

    If you quarter the pickles lengthwise, they will be easier to fry and you
    can make a lot more in a shorter amount of time. You have to use milk or
    buttermilk for the dredge because it neutralizes the sour in the pickle
    quite a bit.

  5. Katie McKane says:

    Has anyone ever used cornflake crumbs in the flour mix, by chance?! If so,
    I’d love to know if you preferred it with or without the cornflake crumbs!

  6. crystal sumner says:

    Ranch and Hot sauce

  7. crystal sumner says:

    Great dipping sauce is Ranch and hit sauce mixed 🙂

  8. Shelby Voss says:

    Had these at hooters and now I’m addicted

  9. Matthew Halcomb says:

    i live in Alabama I’ve never heard of frickles

  10. StacyMuah says:

    Snooki brought me here too lol. #DontJudgeMe

  11. Mariam M. says:

    Snooki brought me here 😀

  12. BGPickles says:

    These little guys look amazing! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  13. Daddy Chavez says:

    Thanks!

  14. Joe Garza says:

    Love frickles

  15. TAyV Yeezy says:

    Has anyone tried this?

  16. karufox says:

    who calls them frickles???

  17. Hoke Rouse says:

    lol never in my life have i heard them called frickles.

  18. emdelity says:

    1:11 What the heck is a frickle??

  19. Piratetradingperson1 says:

    Gotta make this for my girlfriend .-.

  20. Daniel Brown says:

    Agreed, this is actually however a great recipe to fry nothing ;(