Fried Alligator with Creole Remoulade Sauce


Debbie wright Recipe

By Debbie wright debbie110772


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We love fried gator here is south Louisiana. Anytime we have a fish fry we always try to get our hands on some gator. Certain times of the year it is pretty easy to find. We only like the tail though. The Creole sauce recipe I got from a local restaruant..it goes well with the gator. I also use it with my boiled crawfish. My husband is a puriest, he doesnt want any dip for anything. I am a dipper,lol.

Ingredients

2 lb
alligator..tail only cut in about 2x1 strips..easier for dipping
2 c
buttermilk
1 1/2 c
all pupose flour
1 tsp
garlic powder
1 tsp
salt
1/2 tsp
black pepper
1/2 tsp
cayenne pepper
vegtable oil for frying
sauce ingredients
1/2 c
mayonnaise
2 Tbsp
ketchup
1 Tbsp
creole mustard
1/2 tsp
white vinegar
a few
dashes of tabsco
1 tsp
horseradish

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Mix all sauce ingredients togather and store in refrierator.
2
take prepared gator and sprinkle with a little salt and pepper. Soak pieces of gator in buttermilk in a bowl for about 2 hours. Turning every now and then making sure they are all coated.drain weel after 2 hours
3
Mix flour and all dry seasoning togather. add gator and toss to coat evenly.
4
Make sure oil is at 350(we use a thermometer) fry gator for aprox 3-4 min or until golden brown. When they come out of the oil you can sprinkle with a little creole seasoning for extra spice!!
5
Dip in sauce and enjoy!! Sweet savory gator!!

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Other Main Dishes


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36 Comments

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Heather McDaniel-Adair miss_pixie
Mar 18, 2012
Thanx for getting back to me. I eventually found it @ a local specialty store. I'll be making these in a couple weeks as a welcome home supper, and the day is not coming soon enough. :)
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Debbie wright debbie110772
Mar 18, 2012
Its a spicey mustard...any spicey mustard would do
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Heather McDaniel-Adair miss_pixie
Mar 16, 2012
Hey Debbie! Where exactly would I find creole mustard? And if I'm unable to locate any, what could I substitute it with?
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Ed Mayfield manofpans
Jan 26, 2012
I passed on the 'gator, but fixed the sauce last night to go with some chicken fingers....real tasty. Thanks.
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Dan Hammond Hambone
Mar 28, 2011
I tried this recipe and say it's Family Tested & Approved!