Delicious Southern Foods You Can Fry on Your Fryer

 

Frying is made easy if you have a FRYMASTER and there is tons of delicious foods you can cook!  Southern cooking is often fried and I have tons of ideas that you could put on your fryer!

Firstly, you will have to pick the foods you want to fry and for example you could choose;

Pickles -For- Fried Pickles

Eggplant -For- Fried Eggplant

Okra -For- Deep Fried Okra

Green/Red Tomatoes -For- Fried Tomatoes

Onion Rings -For- Deep Fried Onion Rings

French Fries -For- Deep Fried French Fries

Potato Wedge -For- Fried Potato Wedge

Bacon -For- Deep Fried Bacon

Calamari -For- Fried Calamari

Frog Legs -For- Southern Frog Legs

Chicken Legs/Wings -For- Mock Kentucky Fried Chicken

Steak -For- Fried Steak

Fish -For- Fried Fish (cracker crumbs tastes delicious)

Shrimp -For Fried Southern Shrimp

Deserts;

Oreos -For- Fried Oreos

Donuts -For- Deep Fried donuts

Pineapples -For- Fried Pineapples

Chose Your Choice of Breading 

You can use the tradition finely diced bread crumbs or you could try finely diced cracker crumbs as well, it tastes delicious!

Hint: Put crackers into a zip lock bag and throw around the bag around until crackers are finely diced.

Ingredients depending on Choice;

1 Big Mixing bowl

About a Cup – 2 Cups of Bread crumbs or Cracker crumbs

Depending on the quantity of food 1-2 cups of Milk

1-2 Eggs

Depending on the quantity of food 1/2 cup of Flour

Salt and Pepper to taste

Make sure to coat breading/cracker crumbs enough and as much as you would like depending on your taste and then place into hot fryer at 375 Degrees until food is brown.  After place on paper towel or rag, so, that the fat is able to seep through, your fried food is ready to enjoy!

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