Fried Dill Pickle Coins
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 25 min.
Worked to extent. The breading didn't hold like I wanted it to, but it still came out really good.
Hello I was a little disappointed. I would like to have a little crispiness. They were soggy I didn't read the directions. I did it wrong.
These simple bites were a perfect pair with Rueben sandwiches! I ended up dipping them in the egg first by accident and so double battered which turned out great!
Very good! I did add hot sauce and Worcestershire sauce to the egg mixture. And I halved the recipe and I used sandwich stacker pickles.
Yummy. Turned out very crunchy and delicious. Doesn't need any more seasonings because the pickles are already seasoned enough!
These were awesome! I went to college in Tennessee and had a lot of fried pickles down there. These were just as good! They were very easy to make and delicious to eat! I did them in a skillet on the stove, but I would not recommend that method if you are inexperienced with frying. These will definitely be made again in my home!
This is a great and simple recipe for fried pickles! My daughter and I have made these a lot. I do think that the coins or "chips" are the best for fried pickles, and getting them dry before battering makes a big difference in the final product. These get gobbled up very quickly!
I halved this recipe and used enough oil in a dutch oven for the pickle slices to be immersed. Also, I read some reviews about the pickles turning out soggy. I drained them, put them in a kitchen towel and squeezed the excess juice out of them and laid them out on a plate to dry for several minutes before coating them and frying. They turned out really crispy! I would definitely make them again!!
We loved these as coins (although it was time consuming). When tried as spears the breading didn't stay on the pickles. I think I'll try them with a coating of bread crumbs next time. Also, they are definitely soggy from the microwave the next day (maybe they'd do better reheated in an oven).
good recipe!!! I would add a bit more seasoning to the batter but everyone who ate them LOVED them!