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How to Make Fried Pickles

Enjoy a little taste of the south. A Southern favorite, deep-fried dill pickles make an easy and delicious appetizer. In this video, you’ll learn how to make homemade fried pickles, also fondly known as “frickles.” We’ll walk you through a quick frying preparation, showing you how to dip, dredge, and fry sliced dill pickles in hot oil. You’ll see a nifty way to tell when the dill slices are ready to be removed to paper towels. Serve these easy fried pickles with a quick dipping sauce and enjoy with a cold beer or a glass of iced tea.

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  • Ann Egeler Rogers

Has anybody tried using the dill gherkins for fried pickles? I'd like to try it, but if it doesn't work I won't waste the pickles!!!

  • Becki67

The video said to slice the pickles 1/4" thick, but showed slices closer to a full inch. Also, it said to remove the pickles from the hot oil when they float to the top, but showed the pickles being fried in oil that didn't cover them. I'm thinking I'd go with the thicker pickle slices and some slightly deeper oil, but curious what others' experiences are.

  • Marilyn T

I noticed the depth of oil also. I have made fried pickles before and just sliced them about 1/4" and when i could see they were golden on one side i turned them. It doesn't take long. Very good.