This crispy, juicy, finger-licking five spice fried chicken is easy to make and so much better than any fast food fried chicken.
Struffoli are delicious hazelnut-sized fried balls of dough spruced up with orange and lemon zest. They’re a favorite Italian Christmas dessert.
Baked Keema Samosa is a very famous Indian snack prepared using mutton keema and wheat flour with step by step photos. Here are both baked and fried versions. Also shared Keema Samosa recipe made using maida – all purpose flour.
Get creative with the fried risotto balls to incorporate unique sauces or vegetables and a delicious appetizer.
Also known as Vangi Bhaat in India, this eggplant fried rice is an easy and flavorful dish made with masala spices.
It’s the season for german beers, beer brined pork chops, and making schnitzel.
Rustic Polenta Pizza isn’t your traditional pizza. It’s a unique twist that offers new flavors and textures by a crust out of the polenta itself!
This Italian take on an apple fritter, made with whole apple rings, is a traditional treat in the Northern Italian retreat of Lake Como.
Looking for the ultimate fried chicken sandwich? This is it. Top it off with a basil-loaded green goddess sauce and a good slaw and you’re in sandwich heaven.
Carbonara Arancini do need some hands-on time, but offer a genuine taste of Italy. Hearty rice and delicious cheese top off a fantastic dish.
Gnocco Fritto are fried dough balls traditionally served as an antipasto along with cheeses and cured meats. They’re simple, but a staple across Italy.
In the heat of the summer, fry your buttermilk chicken outside and serve it up with a cool miso slaw.
If you love the perfectly crispy shoestring fries often found at a steakhouse, then you must try this copycat recipe.
Grab those ripe summer peaches and make this easy peaches and cream fried rice dessert made with made dairy-free with almond beverage instead of milk or cream.
Enjoy the last artichokes of the season battered and fried for a truly tantalizing appetizer. Serve with lemon wedges or a tangy aioli.
Scallion cornbread waffles are topped with crispy, spicy chicken and served with a cool homemade ranch sauce.
Sink your teeth into this smokey southern burger topped with plenty of bacon, fried green tomatoes, and pimento cheese.
Soft and steamed on the inside, but crispy, fried on the outside these Taiwanese-style potstickers are something amazing to be devoured.
Fried twice, this paneer or cottage cheese comes out crispy and delicious. A perfect appetizer dish served with a sweet chutney.
What could be better than fried ricotta? The creamy, rich fritters are served over zucchini noodles with lemon and pea pesto to brighten things up.
Caught right off the coast, here’s how to make Key West’s favorite crispy grouper fritters.
Spicy, crispy, and packed with so much flavor, this hot chicken sandwich with a touch of brown sugar and chives is sure to satisfy your savory cravings.
Crispy, fried dough twists are coated with glaze and are so simple, but perfect with a cup of tea or coffee.
Fried dough? Count us in! Check out this easy process for making cinnamon-sugar donuts.
In less than ten minutes, create a bowl of spicy kimchi and pork belly fried rice topped with a glorious egg.
These yeasted donuts have just the right amount of springy, sweetness that you crave from a good donut. Make them for yourself at home.
Karaage is a Japanese-style fried chicken. They are best served immediately simply with wedges of lemon, as it adds a wonderful balance to the fried wings. You could also serve with a small bowl of Japanese mayonnaise and a bottle of Shichimi Togarashi to sprinkle for some added heat.
Traditionally fried, this favorite dish is reinvented with less mess by broiling the shrimp for a crispy texture with its spicy flavor.
It is time to map out the game plan. We’re here to help you chow down until the final touch down.
Make a homemade mustard with dried apricots and serve with perfectly crispy fried chicken on a buttery biscuit.
A delicious fusion of cuisines, pan-fried udon noodles are served with flavorful garlic and rapini, or broccoli rabe.
Everyone loves fried chicken when it is done right, tender and juicy on the inside with a perfectly crispy exterior. Here’s how to do it.
Making cheese and potato filled pierogi is a fun holiday tradition, not unlike making cut-out cookies. Served with fried leeks and butter for a great texture and a stunning presentation.
A decadent holiday salad of raw brussels sprouts gets a special touch of warm, crispy baked goat cheese with bright squash and pomegranate.
Mashed potato dumplings are filled with spiced sausage and fried until crispy on the outside. A delicious new way to serve holiday potatoes.
Learn how to make the perfect fried egg over low heat while you prepare the rest of your breakfast.
Crispy chicken is inspired by Italian Chicken Milanese, but given and Asian kick with togarashi spices and a delicious aioli sauce.
Warm, fried apple fritters are filled with spiced apple filling and covered in a sweet, shiny glaze for a mouthwatering fall treat.
Fried cauliflower is dusted in ras el hanout spice and is served with bright lemon juice and a creamy hummus dip whipped with yogurt and feta. A perfect game day snack.
Squid is fried until crispy in a curry flour coating for the best calamari you may ever have.
Crispy, fried chicken, done just right is a perfect halftime food as football season kicks off.
Baked potato wedges and a vegetarian quinoa chili combine for a hearty fall meal that can be enjoyed without feeling greasy after.
Crispy fried shrimp is seasoned with a flavorful cornmeal flour and is perfect as an appetizer, inside of tacos, or as a fish fry star.
Ditch the usual wheat bread bun. Crispy fried katsu chicken is served with a Japanese curry sauce and served between a chewy rice bun.
This dish, commonly served right in a pineapple in Thailand, is a great mix of sweet and savory with a hint of spicy chilies to liven up the fresh shrimp side dish.
A great appetizer or plated side dish, fried green tomatoes are perfectly paired with sharp pimento cheese for a true southern summer dish.
The stretched fried dough, shaped like the tail of a beaver or ear of an elephant, is unique to Canada, but so delicious when doused in cinnamon-sugar that everyone should try it.
Fried chicken is easy once you have mastered the basic steps. Follow this guide and then switch things up with your favorite spices and batters.
The salty cheese made exclusively in Cyprus is absolutely delicious when fried or grilled. This summer, thread it on skewers with chorizo, tomatoes, and drizzled with a honey-lime dressing.
Fried green tomatoes are nestled atop a spinach and red tomato salad and drizzled with a tangy yogurt sauce to contrast the rich fried topping.
If you are into miso, this miso and ginger fried chicken is for you. The recipe has miso written all over the plate and it is bursting with umami.
July 6th is Fried Chicken Day and how could we not celebrate? Everyone has a recipe for their favorite crispy, fried chicken whether it is deep-fried, baked, gluten-free or brined. Here are some of our finger-licking favorites. Grab a napkin, whip up your favorite sides and celebrate the day in delicious style.
Why make boring candied nuts when you can make glossy, deep-fried candied nuts? Slightly sweet, with a glass-like coating, these nuts have a two-step process that creates delicious snacks without burning in the process.
There’s nothing like street food in India, but you can recreate the famed fried potato cakes, aloo tikki, filled with spices and paneer.
Sweet tea teams up with savory, crispy fried chicken for the perfect southern duo that is truly delicious.
A perfect side to summer’s barbecue, try making golden hushpuppies with a slightly sweet cornmeal center.
Funnel cakes can be found at fairs, carnivals and parks all summer long. Bring on fun memories and make your own fried dough topped with a dusting of sugar.
Vegetable fried rice combines with marinated eggplant for a vegetarian dish that shows off the grill and garden with amazing flavor.
Served with a zing of pineapple sauce, these Thai-style corn fritters are crunchy on the outside with a touch of spice inside.
Creamy white beans, cherry tomatoes and polenta with red pepper flakes are ready to take on crisp broccoli rabe and a fried egg with a bursting yolk.