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Irresistible Fried Pickle Recipes

When it comes to restaurant favourites that you can get just about anywhere and that we’ll order any time, no matter which place we’re eating at, friend pickles really take the cake for us! There’s just something about the tangy taste of the pickle in contrast to the batter that makes our tummies happy, especially if there’s a sauce to dip them in as we eat as well! Of course, one of our other favourite things is when we get to try making our favourite restaurant dishes at home. That’s why we’ve had our eyes peeled for as many different kinds of homemade fried pickle recipes as we can get our hands on lately!

1. Basic fried pickles with panko crumbs and salt and pepper sliced pickles

Basic fried pickles with panko crumbs and salt and pepper sliced pickles

Are you actually quite new to the cooking world so, while you’re definitely open to experimenting, you’re also kind of hoping to keep things just basic enough to be simple to make? In that case, we think we just might have found the best recipe option for you right off the bat! Check out how Dish Maps made these simple panko crumb sliced pickles with salt and pepper for seasoning.

2. Fried pickles with Italian seasoning and hot sauce

Fried pickles with italian seasoning and hot sauce

Are you quite intrigued indeed by the idea of making simple little bite sized fried pickle slices but you’re pretty sure you’d like a little more flavouring than what you saw above? In that case, we think you might prefer making something along the lines of these ones by She Wears Many Hats that are made with Italian seasoning and then dipped in hot sauce for some kick!

3. Fried, panko dipped pickle spears

Fried, panko dipped pickle spears

If you’re going to make yourself a helping of fried pickles, would you much rather eat the large spear kind than the little bite-sized kind because you really just can’t get enough of them? Then we’d definitely suggest checking out how Eclectic Recipes made these fantastic panko dipped fried pickle spears and included them with a heaping side of ranch, because why not?

4. Copycat Texas Roadhouse fried pickles

Copycat texas roadhouse fried pickles

Perhaps you actually have a specific favourite place that makes the best friend pickles you’ve had for miles around, despite having tried all the different versions offered by different restaurants in your area? Well, if that favourite place is the Texas Roadhouse, then we just know you’ll love this homemade dupe recipe outlined step by step on All She Cooks! They show you how the restaurant makes them, right down to the dipping sauce.

5. Beer battered fried pickles

Beer battered fried pickles

Are you actually a little more experienced in the kitchen department than some of these recipes call for and you’re looking for a slightly challenge that might help you change things up a little? Well, if you’ve ever been interested in playing with the concept of how the batter for your fried pickles can be made, then we’d absolutely suggest taking a look at how The Cottage Market made these delicious beer battered fried pickles in surprisingly few simple steps!

6. Dill pickle fries

Dill pickle fries

Are you feeling kind of interested in the pickle spears idea because you find stick shaped finger foods the easiest to eat, but you can’t help thinking you might prefer them even skinnier than what you saw there? In that case, we have a feeling that these slightly “snackier” dill pickle fries, outlined step by step on Seduction in The Kitchen, might be a little more up your alley!

7. Low carb “fried” pickles

Low carb fries pickles

Are you absolutely a fan of fried pickles and maybe you’ve even been craving them lately, but you’re also trying to watch your carb intake and eat less fried things? Then we’re pretty sure this fantastic low carb “fried” pickles recipe outlined in full detail on Real Housemoms is actually precisely the kind of recipe you’ve been looking for! This is actually a favourite in our household.

8. Old Bay and buttermilk deep fried pickles

Old bay and buttermilk deep fried pickles

Perhaps you’re having the kind of day where you’ve thrown your calorie count to the wind and you’d much rather just concentrate on what’s delicious and will taste the best? Well, it sounds like you’re having the perfect night for a recipe full of rich ingredients and mouthwatering techniques, like this one from Dish Maps! They show you how to make Old Bay and buttermilk deep fried pickles that will practically make you drool.

9. Ritz fried pickles

Ritz fried pickles

Did we actually really catch your attention when we started talking about alternative friend pickle recipes that give you new ways to make different batters but the idea of a beer batter just wasn’t quite the one for you? In that case, we’d definitely suggest taking a look at how Snackworks made their fried pickle batter out of- yes, you read that right- crushed Ritz crackers!

10. Buffalo oven fried pickle chips with blue cheese dip

Buffalo oven fried pickle chips with blue cheese dip

If you’re going to go to all the trouble of making a batch of fried pickles from scratch at home, would you rather do something that has a little more flavour and kick to it? In that case, we’d definitely suggest taking a look at how Wish-Bone made these fantastically flavourful oven-fried pickles complete with a deliciously creamy homemade blue cheese dip!

11. Fried pickle egg rolls

Fried pickle egg rolls

Have you been just as intrigued as we are with the recent trend of “combination recipes” that meld two delicious dishes in one place and now you can’t help wondering whether there’s a recipe like that out there that involves the fried pickles you love so much? Well, we’re very pleased indeed to report that, thanks to Delish, there actually is! Take a closer look to see how these mouthwatering fried pickle egg rolls were made.

12.  Fried pickle Jello shots

Fried pickll jello shots

Have you always been the kind of kitchen enthusiast who really loves putting a fun or silly spin on your favourite recipes when you cook at home, just to keep things a little more interesting? In that case, we think you’ll get a huge kick out of the way Oh Be It made fried pickle “jello shots”! Take a look at their tutorial to see how they’re created from batter, jellied and diced pickle, and lemon slices.

13. Deep fried pickle poppers

Deep fried pickle poppers

Just in case you’re feeing very enthusiast indeed about the idea of a fried pickle based combination recipe but you’re just not sure the egg rolls ideas was quite the one for you, here’s another fantastic tasting alternative instead! Take a look at the recipe and tutorial featured on Just a Pinch to see how these delicious bites, which are a cross between fried pickles and jalapeno poppers, were made.

14. Spicy jalapeno deep fried pickles

Spicy jalapeno deep fried pickles

Perhaps you’re a huge fan of the idea of combining the tastes of fried pickles and jalapeno poppers in one place but you’ve never really liked the gooey texture of the classic poppers and you’d much prefer little bite sized slices instead? In that case, we’d absolutely suggest taking a better look at this recipe from Cooking Divine, which shows you how to make spicy jalapeno deep fried pickles that will still give you the flavour kick you’re looking for.

15.  Healthy faux fried pickles

Healthy faux fried pickles

Are you actually still scrolling through our list and thinking about how you’re just about desperate to find a healthy alternative for your favourite snack, but you still can’t resist the idea of making the closest thing to fried pickles you can possibly find? Well, just in case the previous low carb recipe we showed you just didn’t quite hit the mark for you, here’s an awesome “faux fried” alternative that just might do the trick! Get the details from Hungry Girl.

Do you know a fellow DIY and kitchen enthusiast who adores fried pickles just as much as we do but who could use some guidance trying to make them at home for the first time? Share this post with them so they have all kinds of different new recipes to try!

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