I only wish Chef Elvis would try these.I was very dubious about trying them,and I had them at a wonderful place in Murphysboro Ill. called the 17th Street Bar and Grill,we were there with a crowd ad we could not stop eating them,they were delicious,Not 1 peson there didn't like them and there were 20 of us that night.YUM YUM Darlene Summers
You really should try these, Fried Dill Pickles are the best! You can also use dill pickle chips. Sonic used to sell them at "some" of their locations until a few years ago.....
Really good fried pickles. I made these for hubby, son, and hubby's cousin. My son walked out of the room and came back in a few minutes later and wondered why they were all gone. Followed the directions exactly. Thank Lennie for a great recipe.
Awesome! Not what I was expecting, but then I have only ever had two lots of fried pickles in my life and they were different to each other as well. I had to use lots more beer to get a thinner batter and I chose to use less cayenne and salt but other than that I pretty much did as instructed. Fabby! Will be making again and soon!
I am a HUGE fan of fried pickles, and this is the only recipe we use. LOVE LOVE LOVE it!
Excellent recipe, we (booface &I ) also added more beer for a thinner consistency. The recipe was a little too salty, so next time we make it we're leaving the salt out. This is a recipe for the books!
My fiance hates fried pickles but he LOVED these. Now any time we try fried pickles when eating out, he says these were better. I used sliced pickles which made it a bit difficult because they stuck to the sides of the deep frier. I just bought some pickle spears to give a try. A big keeper in my book!
I made these today and they were Great,we dipped them in Ranch dressing!! They even beat Hooter's! If you haven't made them yet you need too!!
Great and easy recipe, also a little healthier for you than other fried pickles ( I used olive oil in a skillet to fry them up). Thanks!
O.M.G. Soooo good! I made this for my fiance and all of this friends when he hosted poker night! They were all gobbled up almost immediately! I used the ingredients listed, but since I learned to cook from my Grandma and she is a "little bit of this and a little bit of that" kind of gal I fudged the amounts and just added random amounts! It came out perfectly! I served it with ranch dressing for dipping!