I cut it in half, but had to add more flour. I didn't use the onion and put in more sugar to make these like I love from our favorite fish restaurant. Thank you!
I'm trying to find a hushpuppy recipe like the sweet ones they serve in the Outer Banks. This one was good but not quite what I was looking for. A little too dry and definitely not sweet enough but good. I did not include the onion. I served them with Long John Silver's Fish Batter and Sweet, Creamy Coleslaw.
I should preface this by saying that I'm from South Dakota so the only hushpuppies that I've ever had are from Long John Silvers. I halved the recipe and ended up with not enough flour in it to make it stick together for frying. So I added flour until it was what I thought was the right consistancy (about 1/3 cup total). I would have prefered it sweeter so next time I won't have the sugars. They did cook up very nice and fluffy and the outside was perfectly done. Overall, a pretty good recipe.
i didn't need the full amount,so i cut the recipe in half. i used the whole egg (since i didn't want to waste anything)i kept the full amount of sugar,next time i think i might add just a little more sugar.as a personal preferance(sp)i used yellow cornmeal.the hush puppies turned out just fine.thank you for posting.
A 5* for sure! These were really good. They did puff up very nicely and had a touch of sweet to them. Love the secret ingredient,brown sugar. My DH loved them and said these were the best I have made. Thanks so much for sharing your recipe. Its a winner!
We loved these! They puffed up so nicely and were so easy to make! Will definately make again!