In our humble opinion, no one does fried food better than Southerners. From pork chops and chicken to hushpuppies and green tomatoes, these recipes will satisfy all of your crispy, crunchy cravings.
You had us at honey drizzled.
Lemon marinated Fried Chicken? Yes, please!
The tangy glaze and sweet preserves lighten the flavor of this crunchy, comforting dish.
Cornmeal adds the perfect crunch to this classic fried catfish.
Deliciously fluffy, these fritters are the perfect addition to your summer plate.
Inspired by the Nashville classic, you won’t be able to stop eating this addictively spicy fried chicken.
Not your typical Brit’s fish and chips: Our version calls for fresh red snapper and Southern sweet potatoes.
If you have never pickle-brined your savory fried treats then this recipe is for you!
There is nothing more Southern than a plate of fried pickles.
Flecks of spicy pickles stud these perfectly fried hush puppies.
Brining boosts these flavor of this ultra-tender Pickle-Brined Chicken Tenders.
What could be better than traditional pecan pie? Fried Pecan Pies, of course.
Meet your new favorite chicken wings.
Our secret to extra crispy pan-fried catfish? Bread the fillets with grits instead of cornmeal.
Fried green tomato, pimiento cheese, and bacon—there’s truly no combination more Southern.
Double the frying means double the crunch.
Crispy fried chicken tucked into fluffy biscuits is our favorite breakfast any day of the week.
This lighter version of fried chicken starts with super-thin pieces of chicken, which allows you to get a crunchy crust with much less oil.
We love the sweet crunch that coconut gives these bite-sized pieces of fried catfish.
Our favorite way to enjoy pork chops remains frying them to perfection in a cast-iron skillet. Coated in a crispy cornmeal crust, classic meets delicious after smothering in milk gravy.