Reviews for Fried Dill Pickles
Great recipe! Easy and tasty! Good dipped in ketchup or thousand island dressing.
OMG!! These were just what I woke up craving today. (No I'm not pregnant!;) They were delicious. I added a little Franks Hot Sauce to the milk and egg wash, and some pepper, garlic, and onion powder to the flour coating. I skipped the Worcestershire sauce because I didn't want them to be too salty. I cooked them up in no time, then ate them all. I only made a small amount. I'll be making these again! Thanks for the share.
Me and my husband loved this recipe!! They tasted just like some we used to get at a restraunt back home. Thank you for sharing!
My boyfriend loves these fried pickles so do I. We dipped ours in buttermilk ranch. They were yummy!
This was a hit! The breading stuck on well.
I tried following this, didn't work at all. You need approx 1 cup flour 1 cup milk and the egg so it becomes a batter. Flour the pickles first, then dip them in batter, and add Panko bread crumbs to the dry mixture of flour and seasoning or the coating doesnt stick or fry well at all. Pretty much had to change this entire recipe.
Very good!! The breading was a little thick for me, but I will definitely be making these again.
DELICIOUS! My husband had never had fried pickels before, and now he is hooked!
I made REDLASS46's refrigerator pickles back in the early fall to use up cucumbers from the garden, so I used those for this recipe. Delicious! I added garlic salt and lots of black pepper after reading other reviews, and double dipped/battered each pickle before frying. I served them with ranch dressing. They were a huge hit at our super bowl party; thanks for sharing!
Great base recipe but you definitely need to season up your milk mixture and the flour. I added Tony's, cayenne, and garlic powder to the flour mixture and hot sauce to the milk mixture. Mixed Frank's Buffalo sauce with ranch for dipping. might I add with all the spice I added, it was not spicy.
Excellent! Totally satisfied my pregnancy cravings for fried pickles. As far as I'm concerned, no need to hunt down restaurants which serve 'em up right! They are crisp and nicely seasoned.
Great recipe! Followed exactly. Be sure oil is not too hot. We dipped in ranch, but would suggest a horseradish based sauce instead.
These were excellent! My family loved them and they were so easy to cook in our little new deep fryer. Good directions to follow too! Tastes delicious with ranch on the side. I highly would recommend these to anyone.
Awesome!!!! And easy to make!
Made these for our Super Bowl party and they were a huge hit. My granddaugter asked me to make them again.
I had Fried pickles at a restaurant and fell in love so I came and found this particular recipe OMG its wonderful.
very tasty! I omitted the salt since it is salty enough as is. batter stuck on pretty well, I think I will also add some hot sauce next time and try to sub some of the flour for cornmeal to add some texture.
Gets soggy fast.
Great recipe... like some of the other reviews don’t really have to add salt but these where wonderful... will try again and add hot sauce and cayenne to see!!! Love it!!
Very good, I made a homemade chipotle ranch dipping sauce.
doubled recipe, added red pepper flakes to liquid mix and used deli pickles (5). they were a hit
These were so good! We pat dryed the pickles with paper towels before we battered them. We will definately be making them again. They were time consuming but worth it!
A good fried pickle recipe. Not as salty or spicy as some I have had, but it was well received.
It was easy and delish. Didn't change a thing.
I'm a big fan of Jefferson's fried pickles, but these are even better.
I used drakes and they tasted great. Can't wait to make for my kids.
These turned out really well! I had to use gluten free flour for health reasons. I didn’t use a whole 32 oz jar of pickles, but made the coating as listed. I only used a small amount of oil to cook them in. The kids loved them!
This recipe is legit. Excellent. Only change I made was added a few sprinkles of chili powder to the flour mixture and omitted the salt. A definite hit.
i used spears rather then slices because thats all we had but it was easy to do i added garlic powder for extra flavor next time i make it again i will have to extra salt pepper and garlic because my husband said they needed a little more flavor
wonderful recipe! turned out perfectly!
Five star recipe! Made with dill spears and bread and butter pickles with sea salt. The bread and butter pickle chips were amazing! We couldn't get enough!
We made these tonight with a few adjustments and loved them. We are out of worcestershire sauce but added hot sauce to the milk mixture. I also added a little garlic and paprika to the flour mix. I made a blooming onion dip to serve with these...excellent!!!
Great recipe!!! They turned out delicious! I used Organic Soy Milk. I added Cayenne Pepper.
We live in Baton Rouge, LA and we love these they are fantastic! Of course we add hot sauce to the egg mixture!!!
I love pickles. I have only tried fried pickles once at a restaurant. They were very good. I made these but added onion powder, garlic powder and some Cayenne pepper but sadly they weren't that good. the first couple I ate were good but then they slowly got worse... maybe its because I'm pregnant and I think everything tastes weird but idk. They were ok. Could have been better.
Batter wouldn't stay on and they were disappointing (but I still ate a bunch!). Will try another recipe!
I doubled coated these, although the process of making these turned out fine, the taste wasn't great...was my first time trying 'fried pickles'..I think I'll stick to eating it out of the jar.
We made this recipe and made just a few changes to give it an extra boost. We drained the pickles the night before, and placed in a bowl in the fridge. We used buttermilk instead of milk, and replaced salt with seasoned salt. We got RAVE reviews at the family barbecue, and we are sure this will be a new must-have from now on. Love the technique, it was the perfect amount of batter, and the texture was wonderful. We also made the ranch dressing from "Chef John's Ranch Dressing" recipe on this site, and I don't think I will ever buy prepared ranch dressing again!
My family enjoyed this recipe. It is easy and could be altered to a thick sliced pickle chip, if you are adventurous.
Recipe was simple and teenagers and all the adults loved them .... Need to add "salt to taste" to the recipe but other than than minor detail that most people do anyway, the were awersome
I did what another reviewer suggested and omitted salt but added 3/4 tsp cayenne pepper and 2 tsp Frank's Hot Sauce to the liquid mixture. I also used buttermilk instead of regular milk....and because of that if I dipped twice (wet, dry, wet, dry) the batter on the pickles was too thick. So, I just dipped once (wet, dry) and they were perfect. I might add back 1/4 tsp salt next time. I thought they were perfect, but my husband thought they needed just a bit more salt ??. Anyway. Definitely making these again very soon!!
Absolutely the best!
These came out perfect. I even did some single battered and they came out great too. I did cut the salt in half otherwise they would have been overly salty.
I made a lot of people happy with this one.
I thought they were kind of bland
Gave me something to do with my almost full jar of pickles, at least. Came out great. I didn't use salt though because usually I find pickles too salty so with it deep fried it's just right. I am confused about the significance of the 1 tbsp of flour in the mix. Mine just settled on the bottom of the bowl. And the milk really watered the egg down. Tastes delicious though!
This was pretty delicious! I ended up adding some Valentina (Mexican hot sauce) to the batter to give it more of a kick!
Followed recipe exactly and used ranch dressing as dip. Thought about adding little cayanne pepper next time
Super salty but a huge hit
Used up 3 old pickles I had left in fridge.Made exactly as directed.To old insides had nothing left....lol....Will use better pickles next time and there will be a next time.I am a dill pickle lover eating up to 3 gallons a week when the mood strikes.Only thing I didn't like was ranch as the the dipping sauce.Need to try other things til I find my favorite.Chinese hot mustard may be ?Think I will give that a try next time. .
Love this recipe. I did add parmesan and some garlic to the flour mixture but it was great. I also used whole pickles instead, just preference. Works either way.. will be saving this recipe
This is one of the best recipes I've ever made off this site... It was delicious and my boyfriend really loved it. The salt and pepper in the flour mix make a big difference, and I mixed hot sauce and ranch dressing for a dipping sauce which was delicious. Thanks for the recipe!!
I just got done with these! Followed the recipe exactly, except on the final dredge I sprinkled some panko bread crumbs on before frying for extra crunch.
Used as directed and I loved them!!
I made this but had to substitute milk with water + butter, and Worcestershire sauce with soy sauce. I don't know if this was due to my substitutions, but it turned out a little bit more salty than anything else. Otherwise, the pickles were very good!
My husband loved these pickles. Served them with a bottles spicy ranch dressing as a dipping sauce. Very yummy!
I love the fried pickles at BW3 and these were even better! I used Claussen Sandwich Slices and cut them in half. On the last batch I dipped them back in the egg then flour a 2nd time. This was the best batch of all!!!!!!
I used whole dills and sliced them thick. Then I double dipped them in the egg and flour. YUM.
Yummy! Everyone loved these. I added a little Frank's hot sauce to the mix, but other then that everything stayed the same. Will make again.
I didn't have any worcestershire sauce so I used soy sauce instead. Also, I added a little cayenne pepper and garlic salt to the flour. I fried them longer than what the recipe said because if you take them out when they float to the top they aren't brown. I left them until they turned golden brown. These are delicious!
Amazing! a definite do again!
well i have been craving fried pickles, and googled for a recipe, this one came up, so i went to the store immediately, got the ingredients, came home and made them. WOW they really hit the spot, very delicious, and just want I have been wanting!!!!! I ate so many that I ruined my dinner lol! Oh and my 3 and 4 year old daughters loved them too!!!! Absolutely a simple, and wonderful recipe!!!!
Very good and simple to make
These were awesome! I added some Franks hot sauce to the eggs & milk mixture. I also added a dash of cayenne pepper & garlic salt to the flour mix. So DELISH!!
I added another egg as I didn't feel the 1 egg was enough to provide enough of a sticky layer for the flour. I seasoned the heck out of the flour with garlic pepper, spicy paprika and salt. I liked the Worcestershire in the egg mixture which is why I originally went with this one. If you are using a NuWave or other element to heat, set the heat at 375 for a good 350 oil temp. Also, I used whole pickles and sliced them very thin the 2nd time around which worked much better.
Made these exactly as the recipe said, used Vlasic pickles and sliced them myself. I never really understood the fuss about fried pickles until I tried these! So good!! Crunchy and the batter stuck just fine. I will def make these again!
great recipe ! family loved it and very easy to do.
Really amazing shoulda dried the pickles out a little bit the were really juicy but I also used spears instead of slices
oh my these were so good! My hubby made these one evening (1/2 a batch for 3 of us) to have as an appetizer before dinner. We couldn't get enough!
This is my go to party snack recipe. It is always a hit.
This was sooooooo good! I'd never heard of fried pickles before but thought I'd give it a try. An instant hit in my house!
Good, but You don't need as much flour as suggested.
I love fried dill pickles, but these were not at all what I expected. They were really plain and bland.
Loved these! I followed the directions just as they are and I LOVED them! Will be making them again!