UnFried Pickles


FRIED PICKLES?!

“Yes, Please!  Well, actually can we bake them and still retain that delicious flavor and texture?”  “Let’s try it!”  We were recipe developing a breaded spicy sandwich patty and had some extra breading left, and the VegInspired chef said, “we could make fried pickles?”  Well, you don’t have to ask me twice.  I whipped out that pickle jar and had the pickles sliced into chips before he could even turn back around.  To which he replied, “oh, I want them in spears.”  Out came the pickle jar and another pair of pickles were cut into spears.  Perfect! We could test them both ways and share our UnFried Pickles with you!

“Let’s try it!”

We were recipe developing a breaded spicy sandwich patty (you’ll have to wait for a few more tweaks for that one) and had some extra breading left, and the VegInspired chef said, “we could make fried pickles?”  Well, you don’t have to ask me twice.  I whipped out that pickle jar and had the pickles sliced into chips before he could even turn back around.  To which he replied, “oh, I want them in spears.”  Out came the pickle jar and another pair of pickles were cut into spears.  Perfect! We could test them both ways!

Well, we developed an amazingly delicious recipe for pickles in the shapes of chips and spears and either way we sliced ’em they turned out fantastic!  They were super easy too!  So grab some pickles and let’s get frying, er baking!  Oh, and be sure to let us know in the comments if you a chip or a spear UnFried Pickle eater?

 

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UnFried Pickles

What?! Anyway you slice them, these unfried pickles are a delish snack! 

Course: Appetizer, Snack
Ingredients
  • pickles cut your way
  • aquafaba - you know - chickpea juice
  • hot sauce
  • breadcrumbs
  • cayenne pepper
  • flour
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350
  2. Mix aquafaba and hot sauce in shallow dish
  3. Mix breadcrumbs and cayenne in shallow dish
  4. Lightly coat your pickles in flour, shake off excess
  5. Dredge your floured pickles in the aquafaba and hot sauce mixture
  6. Coat pickles with breadcrumb and cayenne mixture
  7. Bake for 15-20 minutes
  8. Serve with your favorite dip (we like ranch!)

These would make an excellent side dish, snack or appetizer.  Please snap a pic and let us know if you are a spear or chip pickle eater!  Be sure to share your pic on Social Media #veginspiredfoodie.

Eat More Plants and Live VegInspired!

XO,

Kathy

 

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