Excellent and soooooo easy! I think the 20 minutes prep time is too much--I did mine in about 10.
These were delicious! Don't bother buying Cajun seasoning if you don't have it on hand. I just combined a different number of seasonings such as extra garlic, cayenne pepper, black pepper, salt, oregano, or whatever you want to add. I also added a little extra hot sauce to give them a little extra kick.
I just made this recipe from the same Pinterest post. I love them! I ended up combining the Panko w/regular bread crumbs because the coating just didn't look very smooth. I think the smooth coating we are all used to on stuff like this comes from being immediately dipped into hot grease for actual frying. They taste great and will definitely serve them again. Excellent Football Sunday food.
The boyfriend and his two young boys (14 and 9) absolutely love deep fried pickles. I searched and found this recipe and decided to give it a home-cooked healthy go. It was a smash! I added some parm to the breading and made it with a spicy mayo dipping sauce. A total to be repeated affair!
Recipe doesn't say what kind of pickles to use.....does it matter? I've never had these but I assumed it was probably dill pickles.
YUM! I cheated cause I didn't want to have the oven heating up the house today, so I fried these in peanut oil instead. Kids are thrilled, because we hardly ever eat out so they don't get fried pickles very often. Now we can have them at home whenever we want. I did run out of panko so mixed flour and cornmeal and did some that way... in the deep fryer, those are equally delish... wouldn't work in the oven, tho. Thanks for sharing!
I love oven "frying" and I had never had fried pickles. They were delicious!
Thank you for posting!! After I had deep fried pickles in a restaurant I started craving them again...your recipe was wonderful! I will definitely be making it again.
Excellent, easy and gone in a flash!! I did not have cajun seasoning so I made my own. Will make again soon.