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Top Rated Hush Puppy Recipes

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All Seasoning
Hush Puppies
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Melanie Davis Whitaker
Serve these easy hush puppies with your favorite seafood. ENJOY!
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Melanie Davis Whitaker
Serve these easy hush puppies with your favorite seafood. ENJOY!
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breezermom
The story of the hush puppy comes from back in the antebellum days in the south. When the planters had a fish fry, the food was cooked outdoors. The dogs would gather around and hope for a scrap of food (some things never change!). The hush puppy was originally just a piece of fried dough that was thrown to the dogs to keep them happy. The secret of a good hush puppy is the temperature of the oil. It has to be hot enough to cook, but not so hot that the outside is hard and inside is mush. If your oil is smoking, it is way too hot! Peanut oil works great, but isn't required. These are fabulous with fried fish or shrimp. **Cooking is time is for 2 batches
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Hush Puppies recipe. Ready In: 15 min. Makes 1-1/2 dozen servings 204 per serving Ingredients: cornmeal, flour, self-rising, baking powder, salt, onion, egg, milk, vegetable oil
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Hush Puppies recipe. Ready In: Makes servings 176 per serving Ingredients: egg, buttermilk, scallions, spring or green onions, cornmeal, flour, all-purpose, sugar, baking powder, salt, vegetable oil
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Hush Puppies recipe. Ready In: 20 min. Makes 4 servings 278 per serving Ingredients: cornmeal, flour, all-purpose, baking powder, salt, sugar, onion, milk, egg
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Hush Puppies recipe. Ready In: 20 min. Makes 4-6 servings servings 263 per serving Ingredients: egg, flour, self-rising, cornmeal, onion, water, beer
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Hush Puppies recipe. Ready In: 20 min. Makes 4 servings 271 per serving Ingredients: cornmeal, flour, all-purpose, baking powder, salt, sugar, onion, creamed corn, milk
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BeachGirl
I get a kick out of seeing these hush puppies turn themselves over, and they taste great! They usually disappear before the meal. If you don't like my sweet Southern version, just omit the sugar.
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Toby Jermain
This recipe is from Paul Prudhomme's Louisiana Kitchen, published back in the early '80s and makes some of the best hushpuppies I have ever eaten; and I DO love good hush puppies.
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International Recipes
Hi everyone This recipe has been in our family for a long time.HUSH PUPPIES1 3/4 cups cornmeal1 1/2 tsp salt1 tsp baking powder1/2 tsp baking soda1 cup buttermilk1 egg1 small onion, finely choppedVegetable oilCombine cornmeal, salt, baking ...
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