Total Time
Prep 2 mins
Cook 4 mins

A really weird one..


  1. Beat together everything but the pickles.
  2. Dip pickles in the batter.
  3. Fry in oil until brown.
Most Helpful

Wonderful! I made these this past weekend and they were spectacular! I used homemade Bisquick- (I also got the recipe from this site!) and substituted pickle juice for the water and added about 1 tsp of cayenne pepper. I made the batter the consistency of tempura batter but a little on the thicker side. I also used the thick sliced Vlasic Oval pickles and I got one of the richest , flavorful fried pickles I have ever eaten! KUDOS for this recipe!

Momma Floyd August 26, 2008

Very Tasty! Was super easy to make. There are lots of fried pickle recipes out there. I prefer this particular recipe, because it is so simple. I didn't see any measurement for the amount of water to use, so I added water until the batter was the consistancy of pancake batter. I replaced half the water with pickle juice for added flavor. I also added a few drops of hot sauce tot he batter for a little zest. I used the long sandwich style pickle slices (not the wedges but the flat slices) and it turned out great!!

Kitchen Wytch August 16, 2006

I didn't want to add stars because I've not used this specific recipe. However, when my friends and I gather for a fondue (the oil kind) we use pickles in the beer batter...sooooo yummy!! I highly recommend trying this if you love pickles!

Shels May 31, 2005