Fried Dill Pickles

This is the only way I will eat pickles! These tasty litle morsels are said to have originated at The Hollywood Cafe in Tunica, Mississippi. This recipe is from "The Glory of Southern Cooking" by James Villas.

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  • In a bowl, whisk together the buttermilk and egg till well blended.
  • In another bowl, whisk together the flour, baking powder, and salt, and add to the buttermilk mixture; stir till well blended and smooth.
  • Heat about 2 inches of oil to 375 degrees. Dip the pickle chips in the batter. Fry a few at a time in the oil till golden brown, about 3 minutes; drain on paper towels and serve hot.
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"This is the only way I will eat pickles! These tasty litle morsels are said to have originated at The Hollywood Cafe in Tunica, Mississippi. This recipe is from "The Glory of Southern Cooking" by James Villas."
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  1. cellogirl2
    These are perfect for eating while sitting under the shade on a hot day. They were quick and easy to make, and everyone enjoyed them. I only have two things to say, though: 1, next time I'll use more than 4 pickles, as I had half a bowl of batter left. 2, don't make these on a 95 degree day! My kitchen was sweltering by the time I was done with these. Thank you for the recipe, I will be using it again. :D
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  2. mailbelle
    This is the only way I will eat pickles! These tasty litle morsels are said to have originated at The Hollywood Cafe in Tunica, Mississippi. This recipe is from "The Glory of Southern Cooking" by James Villas.
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