Whether it’s an appetizer or a side dish. Spicy pickled vegetables are sure to please Southern deep-fried dishes. It’s a combination of spicy and cayenne that will tickle your taste buds. Pair these pickles with our spicy Sriracha sauce. And you’ll have the right party. Seriously, these don’t last long when placed on the table. Consider the size of your team. and duplicate the recipe if necessary.
Spicy pickled vegetables. Serve with delicious aioli or your choice of ranch sauce.
You can spice up these spicy pickles by adding some cayenne pepper. Want to cool down? Choose regular bell peppers instead of cayenne pepper. (Not hot peppers) or a combination of both. It will create a more subtle tickling sensation. This is a good choice if concerned about family-friendly spiciness.
Now if you really want to turn up the heat. Skip the spicy pickles and try our fried jalapeño peppers instead. But of course, you will lose the delicious dill flavor you get here. Or, if you want something a little sweeter, do it the same way as these recipes. Try the cowboy candies They are a great after-meal snack for those who like spicy food.
Like spicy sauteed pickles? Check out these recipes:
- Old Bay Pickles: Maryland’s Best Crab Seasoning Paired With Big Vinegar? please
- Jalapeno Chicken: Double the spiciness in both the breadcrumbs and the brine used on the chicken.
- Fried Jalapeño Slices: If you like crisps. This appetizer will be very popular.
Spicy pickled vegetables
The perfect combination of spicy, spicy and crunchy!
10 minutes prep time
Cooking time 30 minutes
Total time 40 minutes
Serve 8 servings
Calories 229 kcal
- 1 32-ounce jar of dill pickles, chips, or whole (then sliced)
- 2 eggs
- 2 cups buttermilk
- 2 cups all-purpose flour
- 1/2 teaspoon hot Tabasco sauce
- 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper
- 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
- 2 cups vegetable oil for frying
Line a baking tray with two layers of paper towels.
Pour vegetable oil into a large pot. Then heat the oil to 350 degrees F.
In a bowl, mix buttermilk, eggs, and Tabasco. Stirred.
In the second bowl, mix the flour, chili powder, and garlic powder. Stirred.
If whole pickles Cut the pickles into pieces. Otherwise, remove the fries from the pickle juice.
Add the pickles to the buttermilk. Cover the chip well.
Transfer 10 chips to dough and coat mixture.
Put the pickles in hot vegetable oil. Fry the pickles until golden brown (about 4 minutes).
Transfer the fries to a tray lined with paper towels to dry.
Repeat the above steps until all the pickled cucumbers are cooked.
Serve sautéed pickles with your favorite spicy ranch dressing or seasoning.
Calories: 229kcal Carbohydrates: 30g Protein: 7g Fat: 9g Saturated Fat: 6g Cholesterol: 48mg Sodium: 1078mg Potassium: 239mg Fiber: 2g Sugar: 5gVitamin A: 470 IUVitamin C: 1.3mg Calcium: 127mg Iron: 2, 1mg
Keywords: chili powder, Tabasco
Categories: Food & Drinks
Source: INN NEW YORK CITY