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    Oven Baked (not fried) Pickles- a southern must have!!

    • Shea Zirlott

      Paula Deen Fried Dill Pickles. I didn't make the fry mix the recipe calls for- fast & easy & cheap to get a just-add-water mix at the store. I did marinate the pickles in the hot sauce & garlic, and I actually prefer the pickles without the hot sauce. It was only ok. Added kind of a strange flavor compared to fried pickles I'm used to. Probably won't make them this way again.

    • Heather From-Vermillion

      Ahh so yummy! My bf and I have a tradition eating fried pickles and drinking blue moon every friday night at a local place :) I might have to make them this time around...

    • Rachel Cleveland

      Delicious!!! I couldn't stop eating them. So good! must make again. --------------Oven baked "fried" pickles Makes 6 servings. Ingredients 1 jar pickle slices 2 eggs 1/3 cup flour 1 Tbsp Worcestershire sauce 1 tsp hot sauce 1 tsp garlic powder 1 tsp Cajun seasoning 1 tsp pepper 1 1/2 cups panko bread crumbs Ranch dressing + hot sauce for dipping Directions

    • Brittney Wilcox

      We eat this frequently... "fried" pickles (actually they are baked) and recipe for homemade cilantro ranch dressing! YUUMM

    • Diane Lamia

      "Fried" pickles (they are actually baked) and recipe for homemade cilantro ranch dressing. The way some of my kids eat pickles, I might have a hard time getting enough to try this recipe!

    • Melissa Andrade

      Fried pickles... for those days when you just don't care about healthy eating. Even better if you mix up a quick dipping sauce. A good recipe to use is one that is a bit of a remake of the famous blooming onion dipping sauce. Mix 1/2 cup mayo, 2 tsp ketchup, 2 Tbsp horseradish, 1/4 tsp ea. paprika and salt, 1/8 tsp ea. garlic powder and oregano, ground black pepper and cayenne pepper to taste (just a touch should do it).

    • Sydnee Smith

      Paula Deen's Fried pickles - even though I don't eat fried foods very often - these are so good!

    • Linsey Singletary

      Paula Dean's Fried Pickles- Another great finger food!!!

    • Paula Boggs

      My favorite snack food, FRIED PICKLES!

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