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Fried Pickles with Spicy Remoulade

Serious Eats Jennifer Olvera 4 comments

Fried pickles with spicy remoulade are easy, if a bit messy, to make. [Photograph: Jennifer Olvera] Note: Not all pickles are created equal. Generally speaking, the ones that sit on the shelf aren't up to the task, given they lack... More

NYC Fried Pickle Roundup

New York Robyn Lee Post a comment

Lisa Lacy of amNew York rounds up New York City restaurants that serve fried pickles, along with the city's pickle purveyors and recipes for how to make your own. [via Nichelle]... More

Where To Find Fried Pickles on the East Coast

Erin Zimmer 63 comments

Fried pickles from Wintzell's Oyster House in Mobile, Alabama. When visiting a couple weeks ago, I was more excited for these than the actual oysters. To save a half-second, just call them "frickles." Snackable like French fries or popcorn shrimp, these deep-fried discs have the briney flavor of salt and vinegar chips and the addictive quality of, well, anything deep-fried. Apparently pickle spears can get too soggy, so most restaurants serve the bread-and-butter kind usually found on hamburgers. To cut the vinegary punch, orders are usually served with a creamy dipping sauce. See what restaurant kitchens are sizzling pickles, not just potatoes and onions, after the jump. Note: Frickle-making is especially common in a certain region of the country.... More

Arkansas: Stalking the Fried Dill Pickle

Southern Belly Ed Levine 17 comments

Southerners have had a long love affair with all things fried. We eat fried chicken by the tub, savor fried oysters drenched in hot sauce, munch fried okra like popcorn, and still relish a mess of fried chitlins now and again. But dill pickles? Fried? More

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