recipes for: Fried
Homemade crispy shallots! Fry thinly sliced shallots in a light neutral oil until golden brown. In about 20 minutes, you will have the most irresistible, crunchy fried shallots, perfect for salads, green bean casserole, or finishing off grilled and roasted meats! You will never buy store-bought again! GF, DF, V
If you are a fan of fried chicken and spice, you are going to love our Nashville hot chicken sandwich! Piled high with a simple, creamy sandwich slaw and crunchy pickles, then served on a toasted brioche bun. Make the hot honey sauce and coleslaw ahead of time, then fry chicken fresh to order. Finger licking good and so fun to serve to a crowd!
Creamy, crunchy, tangy, and addictive! That's what you'll get with fried goat cheese balls. They fry up in 20 seconds flat (work in small batches!), then get generously drizzled with truffle honey and crushed pistachios. You will make these every time you entertain, they are seriously that good.
Chicken and waffles is the perfect start to any lazy brunch. Dress it up with maple syrup and serve with fresh squeezed oj or mimosas! Trust me, this is the best chicken and waffles recipe! Don't forget the spicy hot sauce!
These ricotta fritters could not be simpler to make! Lighter than air and so dreamy with the cara cara orange sauce! You'll be amazed how quick you can whip these up at home!
During Hanukkah, we traditionally eat jelly filled donuts (sufganiyot) and other fried treats. These cream filled donuts are based on our personal preference and highlight both a peanut butter filling as well as a pistachio donut filling! Dip each into a simple vanilla bean glaze, then serve warm!
Our family latke recipe is the first, last, and only you'll ever use! Perfectly light and crisp, these homemade latkes are essential for all Hanukkah and holiday celebrations!