Mexican Fried Pickles

Ashley Dawkins


Sometimes I will make them hotter by adding a couple dashes of tabasco sauce.
I have to make them mild usually for guests, so I will make them in two batches!!

And the extra Corona...I always drink it!!

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5 Min
15 Min


1 bottle
1 c
1/2 tsp
garlic salt
1 Tbsp
chili powder
1 jar(s)
dill pickles, hamburger chips


1Strain the pickles.
2Lay out the strained pickles on paper towels to get out any excess juices. Pat the tops of the pickles to help with the process. (Save these paper towels.)
3Measure out 2 1/4 cups of the Corona and add that to the cup of flour. Mix well.
4Add the garlic salt and chili powder into the batter.
5Heat vegetable oil in a deep frying pan. I don't use a certain temperature, I just put it on high.
6Using tongs, pull the pickle chips through the dredge and place in hot oil. Let cook until golden brown and flip.
7Lay out the cooked pickles on a paper towel lined plate. *This is where I use the paper towels from earlier. I place the pickles back on them when done cooking so that the oils will pick up some of the left over pickle flavor.
8Serve with a side of ranch dressing!

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