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6/24/09

Hush Puppies


These are one of my favorite foods.

A deep fryer or Dutch oven filled with hot canola oil.
1 egg
1 cup self rising corn meal
1/2 cup self rising flour
1 onion chopped in very small pieces
1 teaspoon baking powder
Pour and stir in enough milk to make a moist mixture with all of the ingredients listed above

Mix and drop by tablespoons into the hot canola oil. Fry until golden brown all around. Remove from the oil and place on paper towels to drain off excess oil.

These are delicious with seafood or barbeque. Also, if you have extra batter, it will stay fresh to cook the next day if it is covered and placed in the refrigerator.

32 comments:

  • redkathy said....

    Nice! I love hush puppies or really anything with cornmeal.

  • Mike Golch said....

    sounds good to me.I hope that you are having a great day!

  • JT Locke -- The Frugal Housewife said....

    You've been awarded two awards, "The Best Blog Award" and the "A Lovely Blog Award". Please stop by my blog to claim them!!!

  • shaine said....

    I'll try this , looks easy to make.
    thanks for sharing, have a wonderful day ahead.

  • Sandy said....

    I never ever fry anything; but my hubby does love hush puppies. He gets them when we get dinner at City Barb b Q. I usually eat one, since he gets a double order that works out pretty well.

    Sandy

  • Martha A. Cheves said....

    My daughter has a friend that comes down from NJ to visit now and then. The 1st thing she wants to do is go somewhere that serves hushpuppies. I used to go fishing in GA and cook fresh fish and hushpuppies over the campfire. I miss that great taste. Glad to see you posting.

  • Kristin at My Art and the Mom in Me said....

    Oh, Wanda!! I have never ever thought of making my own hush puppies.. but, my, how we love them!! I think I will have to give these a go! Yay! :)

  • Stacie said....

    I love hush puppies. I haven't made these in forever. Have a great Sunday.

  • ☆☆WILLA☆☆ said....

    oh my!!! I absolutely love this bread, back in NC, a friend and I always go to our favorite food place and order this, I felt bad that I never find it in Ohio, even my husband miss it a lot!

  • KAT said....

    I have never heard of these before??

    But they look and sound sooo yummy, that I am going to have to try them!! :)

  • KAT said....

    Just me again....LOL
    I wanted to tell you how much I love your blog, and that I have given you an award at my blog: http://candlesandcrafts.blogspot.com/

    Congrats! You deserve it!
    Have a great day!
    Kat :)

  • KAT said....

    Okay, me again...haha!

    But I truly wanted to thank you for making my blog the pick of the month!! I am so touched and excited!! What an honor it is!

    Thank you from the bottom of my heart!

    Take care,
    Kat

  • globalwarming said....

    good post and nice blog friend!!!

  • Garry said....

    I need to taste some Hush Puppies real bad, that I might even have a go at making these things myself...

  • Ms. Wanda said....

    OMG these look amazing I'm going to try them for dinner tomorrow:) I love your site! I'm always looking for meal ideas since I have 5 chillins' and a hubby:)

  • Dorothy L said....

    I have never even heard of these before I moved to Florida. Hush Puppies were always a type of shoe in Canada:)

    They are tasty little devils:)

  • Petula said....

    I haven't had hush puppies in awhile... Those look really good.

  • Mike Golch said....

    yummy!!

  • Nedekcir said....

    It looks yummy, I should try this sometimes.

    I just stop to let you know that I tried the bacon on broiler inside the oven today. You are right they are extra crispy but they cooked uneven for me. Plus, they are very dry and the one that cooked in a microwave taste better...:)) I guess I am sticking to pan cooking the bacon. Again, thank you for the tip.

    Have a great week ahead!

  • Sue said....

    These look good and not to hard to make, I've never had them before.

  • bikudesigns said....

    Hi there,
    Just to let you now, I left an award for you on my blog today.
    Hope you can pass it on:)
    Victoria

    http://www.bikudesigns.blogspot.com

  • B Boys Mom said....

    Oh my they look so good. Yummy

  • Sandi said....

    I love Hushpuppies. I remember the ones my grandma used to make. I tagged you at my blog today. Don't feel obligated. I had to pick some blogs I enjoy reading :)

  • Mom's Cafe Home Cooking said....

    Wanda, those do look yummy! I nominated you for an award on my cooking blog. Enjoy and I'll stop by again. Please say hi to Chilly for me. I do hope the summer is treating you nicely as well.

  • Tina said....

    Hi Wanda,

    Your food always looks so tempting mmmm. fried food is the best ;)

    P.s Unfortunately i havent got the time to maintain the Drop Stars blogroll anymore, so i am removing it from my website.

    If you could remove your badge too i would be grateful.

    Thank you again for being my Drop Star, and i will 'drop by' again soon :)

  • Poem said....

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  • blogsall said....

    i like this recipe. love it.

  • modern fabric sofa said....

    Thanks for sharing, I've tried it and it's worth cooking! I love it!

  • danny said....

    this looks fine:)

  • Felix Padilla said....

    These hush puppies remind me so much of fry bake that we make in Trinidad and Tobago. A simple recipe worth trying. :-)

  • Diane said....

    These sound so good and easy. Thanks for sharing!

  • Sandi said....

    Thanks so much for featuring me! I really do appreciate that and it's a great compliment coming from you. :)

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