Southern Hush Puppies that taste just like Long John Silver’s. They are fried in lard in a cast iron dutch oven. Their outside has a crunchy golden brown surface, while the interior is a soft light center… absolute perfection!
Hush Puppies are the perfect side dish to nearly any fried main course. Make a takeout at home and serve these with our Homemade Fish that’s a Long John CopyCat.
FRIED HUSH PUPPIES RECIPE
Being from Corbin, KY, we were frequently served southern hush puppies with our fried dishes. One of our favorites was when it was teamed with Fried Fish or chicken. Nowadays, our kids are no different than we were. They love savory hush puppies that are fried to that perfect golden shade.
We have always loved Long John Silver’s version of puppies, so creating their recipe was an obvious decision! Once you’ve uncovered how incredible they are, you’ll be joining them up with numerous entrées. They look magnificent and the taste is amazing… that perfect crunchy golden surface with the light soft inside.
Our fried southern style recipe is delicious. This recipe will be a huge winner with the family and can be paired with nearly any main course.
You have finally found your ideal Fried Hush Puppies Recipe!
INGREDIENTS FOR SOUTHERN STYLE HUSH PUPPIES RECIPE
- Baking Powder
DIRECTIONS FOR BEST HUSH PUPPIES RECIPE
Add cornmeal into a mixing bowl.
Combine remaining dry ingredients into the mixing bowl with the cornmeal and mix well.
Now, diced onion and mix.
Add 1 egg .
Add the 2/3 cup of Milk.
Blend the ingredients until smooth.
Heat oil to between 400.
Drop a spoon full of batter mix for each of the hush puppies.
Deep fry until golden brown (about 3 minutes per side).
Sprinkle with salt
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Southern Hush Puppies
- 2/3 cup Milk
- 1 Egg
- 3/4 cup Cornmeal
- 1/2 cup Flour
- 1/2 tsp Baking Powder
- 1 tsp Salt
- 3 tbsp Onion diced
- Lard for frying
- Heat lard to 375.
- Whisk together dry ingredients.
- Whisk together milk and egg until blended.
- Add milk egg mixture to dry ingredients.
- Drop 1/2 tablespoon sized into oil and turn after brown on bottom.
- Drain on paper towel lined plate.
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