We think this may be the best buttermilk fried chicken recipe around! A Southern comfort food classic, this recipe calls for whole chicken, which is cut into pieces and dunked in a traditional batter and deep-fried on the stove top. Delicious both piping hot and served chilled.
Crispy, crunchy and so incredibly juicy! This recipe for deep-fried turkey guarantees a tender and delicious result every time! Be sure to set up your turkey frying station outside and away from your house and check for doneness with a digital meat thermometer.
These bites taste exactly like the honey sesame chicken from Panda Express, if not better! And since you can only get it a few weeks out of the year from them, why not whip up your own giant batch?! This recipe also freezes great! Spread out on a pan or cookie sheet, and freeze individually before placing in a freezer-safe container or bag. Then either place back in a pan or bake until heated through for a quick and easy meal. (You can also microwave, but you won’t get the same satisfying crunch.)
An all-American classic that’s loved by kids of all ages! This corn dog recipe has a bit of a kick, thanks to the pinch of cayenne powder added to cornmeal batter. Made with Niman Ranch’s premium protein franks, this dish will be a big hit at your next party or family gathering.
Here's one lunch or dinner idea that kids won't push away! Dogs are dipped in a homestyle batter and deep-fried to a golden delicious crispiness. Skewer and serve up with your family's favorite condiments.
Light and refreshing, these wontons make a great weeknight meal or party appetizer. A fun twist on a tostada, you will love the texture of the tangy slaw paired with a touch of heat and crispy crunch of the fried wonton. Wontons fry very quickly, so work fast. Before you start fryling, set up a station with paper towels to drain oil from wrappers. To make wonton salad bowls, use a ladle to push down on the center of the wrapper while it’s frying. Fry a few seconds longer on this side, and flip.