Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Baked {Fried} Pickles

 

 

 

I love when by happenstance, I discover a healthier recipe that lives up to the not so healthy fried version. These Baked {Fried} Pickles are every bit as good as the ones we like to order as an appetizer, when found on a bar or restaurant menu. The panko breadcrumbs get really crispy when broiled in a hot oven and even keep that crispness when served. Also, these are better served at room temperature, so they are great when you need to take a fun appetizer to any gathering - no need to worry about keeping them hot.

The pickles were a big hit at the Outlander viewing party I took them to last night and of course the biggest compliment was that all my friends asked for the recipe. How convenient that I can say " it will be on my blog tomorrow. " :-)

 

Baked {Fried} Pickles


1 egg

3 T flour

1 tsp Worcestershire sauce

1 tsp seasoning salt

1 1/2 cups panko bread crumbs

1 1/2 cups dill pickle chips


Drain pickle chips and pat dry with paper towel. Whisk egg in shallow bowl. Add flour until it forms a paste like consistency. Add Worcestershire sauce and seasoning salt. Add drained pickle chips to bowl and coat well.

Put panko bread crumbs in a separate shallow bowl and coat pickles one at a time. Press into the crumbs to ensure they coat well. Spread coated pickles on a baking sheet sprayed with cooking spray. Broil on the top rack of an oven at 500 degrees for 5 minutes or until they start to brown. Remove from oven, flip to other side and broil for an additional 5 minutes. Serve with spicy ranch dressing. Enjoy :-)

 

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12 comments:

  1. While living in the Low Country, I would always see fried pickles in the menu. I never tried them. I think I will try your recipe......

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  2. I have never tried this before but will give it a try. They do look good.

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  3. I LOVE fried pickles!!! I cannot wait to try this recipe! Thanks
    Ann
    http://annstersdomain.blogspot.com

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  4. Never heard or saw fried pickles...there's always a first time!....:)JP

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  5. Ooooh, I LOVE fried pickles, and I have these ingredients in the pantry..... hmmmm.

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  6. M 3 favorite things... pickels, salt, and worcestershire sauce!! YUM!

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  7. I love fried pickles, but have not had them since going gluten free. This would be easy to adapt with a quick change of flour and panko.

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  8. I have to admit I have never tried fried pickles. xo Laura

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  9. Oh we love fried pickles at our house! Can't wait to try these!

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  10. What a fun treat! I just saw a guy in the grocery store yesterday who was buying 3 jars of sliced pickles. I wonder if he reads your blog and was getting supplies to make this baked fried pickles! ;-)

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  11. Oh I love fried pickles - I'll have to try these out next weekend for football on Sunday! I'm loving Outlander! Got out all my books and am going to re-read them too!

    Leann

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