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How to Fry Your Entire Thanksgiving Dinner

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Fried Turkey Cutlets with Redeye Gravy

You can’t have Thanksgiving dinner without turkey. Unfortunately, frying a whole turkey can be dangerous; try this simpler and safer recipe for fried turkey cutlets. The turkey is breaded and pan-fried before it’s finished in the oven.
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Fried Stuffing Fritters

Since you won’t be stuffing your fried turkey cutlets, make these deep-fried cornbread stuffing fritters instead. They’re loaded with celery, onion, and sausage for that traditional stuffing flavor you love.
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Fried Mashed Potatoes

If you’re going to fry your entire Thanksgiving dinner, you’ll have to find a way to fry mashed potatoes too. This clever recipe takes mashed potatoes, rolls them in bread crumbs, and then pan-fries them for a delicious, golden potato fritter. This is also a great way to use up leftover mashed potatoes any time of year.
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Fried Green Beans

No need for crunchy onion-topped green bean casserole if you have crispy, cornmeal-breaded green beans. The recipe calls for canned green beans but you could easily use fresh instead.
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Fried Sweet Potato Hand Pies

These pan-fried handheld sweet potato pies are so delicious you’ll forget all about the marshmallow-topped casserole of traditional Thanksgiving dinner.
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Deep-Fried Cranberry Sauce

Who knew that canned, jellied cranberry sauce was so versatile? Dipped in batter and deep-fried, it makes a great fritter. Just be sure to freeze the rounds of cranberry sauce until they’re solid; otherwise the high temperature of the frying oil will cause the cranberry sauce to liquefy during cooking.
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Fried Pumpkin Layer Cake

Traditional Thanksgiving pumpkin pie gets a makeover. This deep-fried pumpkin layer cake has all the flavors you’d expect from pumpkin pie but in a golden-fried crust. As an added bonus, it’s topped with a delicious cream cheese frosting.
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