FANNIE's StoryFROG LEGS TASTE A LOT LIKE CHICKEN
14 fresh or frozen frog legs
shortening,or cooking oil, for deep frying
cocktail or tartar sauce
accent food enhancher
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1THAW FROG LEGS ,IF FROZEN.SEPERATE INTO INDIVIDUAL LEGS.DIP FROG LEGS INTO MILK
2IN A MEDIUM BOWL COMBINE CORN FLOUR,SALT,PEPPER ,ACCENT,& GARLIC POWDER
3COAT FROG LEGS WITH CORN FLOUR MIXTURE
4IN A SAUCEPAN OR DEEP-FAT FRYER HEAT ABOUT 2IN.MELTED SHORTENING OR COOKING OIL TO 375* FRY COATED FROG LEGS A FEW AT A TIME,IN DEEP HOT OIL FOR 1-2 MINS.OR UNTIL DONE
5DRAIN ON PAPER TOWELS. KEEP WARM IN A 325* OVEN WHILE FRYING REMAINING LEGS.
6SERVE WITH TARTAR SAUCE OR COCKTAIL SAUCE AND LEMON.
Katherine Ekhoff aubeterre - Jun 21, 2010
Hey there ! I've lived in France for 18 years, people in other parts of the world think we are nuts because we eat frogs legs.....that;s why the French are called "Froggies" heehee !
You are quite right , they DO taste like chicken .....I love them...don't know if I can buy them frozen here .....doubt it , but I'll keep your recipe and use it when I'm next in my daughters' home in France....thanks !
FANNIE MCCOY ZAYDEN2 - Jun 22, 2010
YOU ARE QUITE WELCOME,I GET THEM AT FIESTA MART OR B&W MEAT MARKET HERE.I LOVE THEM ,DON'T WORRY SOME PEOPLE HERE LOOK AT US STRANGE WHEN WE MENTION FROG LEGS TO.I ALSO BUY MY CHICKEN FEET AT FIESTA MART.THEY ARE VERY GOOD TOO.
Lauren Furman PrincessLaur88 - Dec 25, 2010
i'm from philadelphia, pa, and went to south padre island, tx, for vacation, and tried frog legs! everyone i tell up north here thinks im nuts! can't wait to try your recipe!
FANNIE MCCOY ZAYDEN2 - Dec 29, 2010
LET ME KNOW HOW YOU LIKE IT.
Pat Duran kitchenchatter - Jul 1, 2012
Fannie, I love these frog legs- thanks for sharing this recipe. I am originally from Michigan and the first time I had them was 46 years ago when I went on a date with my Bob (now husband of 46 yrs.) and we had frogs legs.; and we went to this restaurant(now closed) every year on our anniversary to have these frog legs- so thanks for the memories and I will try out this recipe when I find some here in Las Vegas. Yum!