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Fried green tomato pickles are the best of both worlds! They combine the goodness of fried green tomatoes with the tang of fried pickles into one delectable appetizer or snack that you are sure to love! Get the recipe below then make your own at home! This post is sponsored by Ball Canning however all projects and opinions are my own. It is also Can-It-Forward Day and I have tons of great information for you below on prizes, sales, canning demonstrations, and so much more!
Fried Green Tomato Pickles Recipe
- Green Tomato Pickles (you can click here to find this recipe on the Ball Canning page)
- Vegetable Oil
Begin by canning some green tomato pickles using this recipe. They should be in the jar for a minimum of 2 – 3 weeks. Remove some of the pickles from the jar and set them on paper towels to drain. You want them to be dry for frying. Add about 1/2 an inch of oil to a cast iron skillet and put it over medium to medium high heat. You will need three small bowls. One with flour, one with milk, and one with a mixture of equal parts cornmeal and flour. Once oil is hot, dry the tomatoes well on both sides. Dip in flour, dip in milk, dip in flour/cornmeal mixture, then add to oil. Fry on both sides until golden brown. Remove to a paper towel to drain and cool. Enjoy alone or with ranch dressing!
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- Green Tomato Pickles
- Vegetable Oil
- Remove pickles from the jar and set them on paper towels to drain.
- Add about 1/2 an inch of oil to a cast iron skillet and put it over medium to medium high heat.
- You will need three small bowls. One with flour, one with milk, and one with a mixture of equal parts cornmeal and flour.
- Once oil is hot, dry the tomatoes well on both sides then dip in flour, dip in milk, dip in flour/cornmeal mixture, then add to oil.
- Fry on both sides until golden brown.
- Remove to a paper towel to drain and cool.
Pickle those green tomatoes from your garden and make these fried green tomato pickles! Tune into Can-It-Forward Day today for even more great canning recipes and so much more!
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