Swampfire Frog Legs

Sherri Williams


When I was growing up, my father exposed us to all types of food. One of my favorites was fried frog legs. My 14 year old niece, Dana visited me this weekend. I asked her if she had ever eaten frog logs before? Her reply was "yuck, auntie" I dont think I could eat those. Well needless to say, she tasted them and loved them. These were so tender and tasty. If you have never tried frog legs, give them a try. You will not be disappointed. sw:)

★★★★★ 2 votes
5 Min
10 Min


frog legs
1 c
self rising flour
1 c
2-3 Tbsp
sriracha hot sauce
1 Tbsp
granulated garlic
2 tsp
swampfire seafood seasoning-more or less
1 tsp
everglades seasoning-more or less


1/2 c
3 Tbsp
1-2 Tbsp
srirachi hot sauce (depends on your spice level)
1 tsp
lemon juice
1 tsp
parsley, chopped
pinch swampfire seasoning


1clean, cut frog leg set into 2 pieces. in a mixing bowl combine buttermilk, srirachi sauce and garlic. marinate frog legs for at least 30 minutes in the fridge
2in a mixing bowl, combine all sauce ingredients. chill for at least 30 minutes in the fridge
3in a zip lock bag combine flour, swampfire and everglades seasoning. add legs to flour mixture. make sure they are well coated. in a 350 degree fryer, fry frog legs until golden brown. serve with spicy sauce

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Meat Appetizers, Dressings
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids
Hashtags: #Yummy, #spicy, #Fried, #frog, #legs