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.
A common street food, Mughlai paratha is shallow fried with delicious, peppery fillings. Try the buttery flatbread with a simple potato curry or chutney.
A bold vegetable side with a kick of garlic chili paste and zesty ginger. Let the eggplant soak up the sauce and take on a whole new realm of flavor.
Fluffy fried dough covered in mounds of powdered sugar. Cinnamon-sugar apples and buttery havarti makes for a delicious twist on these classic favorites.
Spice things up with a new version of fried rice that uses garam masala and farro.
This version of fried rice balls is stuffed to the max with delicious meat and cheese.
A crust of panko and parmesan coats the chicken that is served over greens with a simple lemon dressing. Almost a complete meal in one recipe.
These oven-fried pickles are a must-have for your next soiree. They are baked, and dipped in the most addicting buttermilk ranch with a hint of dill.
Everybody loves a good fried rice. To indulge, add seafood and fish roe for a golden touch and it’s a dish worthy to be served during Chinese New Year.
Try this Caribbean recipe with Manchego cheese and a spicy salsa verde.
The iconic Japanese fried pork is a traditional, delicious comfort food served with a flavorful sauce and shredded cabbage.
Breakfast foods that are perfect for anytime of the day are the best. Enjoy this fried pheasant with crisp waffles, spicy pickles and syrup.
This fun savory fried snack uses cabbage instead of the tradition onions in the batter. Enjoy while still warm with coconut chutney or sambar.
Tenders can be a game day appetizer or a main meal item. If you are looking for a new take on a delicious dish give these Frito Fried Chicken Tenders a try.
Crispy apple fry pies with a hint of spice are doused in sweet glaze that helps put the crackle in every bite.
High in protein and quick to cook, eggs can be poached, fried, or baked to be the perfect garnish to an otherwise dull dish.
As good as you would find at the best street stall, this golden fried chicken with added spice is sure to make your mouth water.
Learn how to make autumn a bit warmer and sweeter with these scrumptious apple fritters. The fritters are rolled in cinnamon sugar and fried to perfection.
Honey and lemon go hang in hand and this recipe combines both ingredients into one delicious, sweet-sour sticky sauce and without deep-frying the chicken.
A recovery meal after a grueling day— salty, fatty, lip-smacking delicious. A perfect balance of earthy eggplant and bok choy to the salty soy and miso.
Mix soft cheese with oil, salt and pepper and stuff the tasty blossoms to the brim. Fry and serve with a spiced avocado cream.
Fried chicharones taste smokey and delicious, and look awesome as they puff up in the oil. They are surprisingly simple to make and even easier to eat.
Fried patties or rounds, sweet or savory are perfect for any meal and snack time between. Get frying with some of our favorite recipes for every occasion.
These small fried beef empanadas are quick and delicious. They can be served as an appetizer or an afternoon snack. Use wonton wrappers as a delicious shortcut.
Arancini, the popular street food in Sicily, is reinvented with rice pudding. Crunchy, creamy, bundles of gooey rice dipped in apricot sauce for dessert.
Jalapeño Stir Fried Pork is full of flavor and spice, and with a side of rice it’s a deliciously filling meal.
Try a gluten-free coating for fried onions with plenty of garlic. A perfect crispy topping for soups and salads.
A gluten-free baked or fried chicken with coconut oil is a new take on the traditional favorite.
For a party-friendly appetizer, try battered pickle chips dipped in a smooth, zesty sauce. The pop-able snacks are addictive and will rival any onion ring.
Fusing flavors is a delicious way to enjoy two cuisines in one mouthful. Try maple Korean baked chicken and Belgian waffles spiked with kimchee.
A summer tapa of charred corn and cheese, fried for a crispy outer layer. For a perfect match, pair with a crisp, light, and refreshing Rioja rosado.
Try the vegetable coated in cornmeal and fried for a nice crunch. Full of nutrients, it was the preferred vegetables for athletes in the Beijing Olympics.
The combination of the sweet and spicy flavors will convert any Brussels Sprouts hater into a fan. Made with Indian spices and bound with chickpea flour.
Vegetable noodles are a popular Indo-Chinese recipe with lots of veggies and sauce. These spicy noodles can be made ahead and taken for lunch or a picnic.
Don’t let guacamole do it alone. Bring in corn crusted fried chicken and a cold beer for the ultimate snack. Unbuckle your belts and indulge.
Create an herbed turkey drumstick simple roasted and served with carrots and a surprise dessert.
Try this no fuss, crispy chicken made with Greek yogurt and olive oil.
Bite into paçoca ice cream with chocolate sauce and fried bananas.
Crispy, fried churros with a rich coffee chocolate dipping sauce.
Serve these hot and crunchy balls as an appetizer or over rice noodles with a drizzle of sweet chili sauce for a quick vegetarian meal.
Dried anchovies are common throughout Asia; although they might be trickier to find elsewhere, most Chinese supermarkets or specialty stores should carry them.
Karasev is a savory and crispy snack made from rice flour, besan, pepper and garlic that is popular during Diwali.
All it takes is just a few simple ingredients to make these fried dumplings that get added to chicken soup for a comforting dish.
Serve these fritters with an array of sauces for a untraditional appetizer at your next party.
Shrimp cook up really fast so you don’t have to pre-cook them for this party-ready appetizer.
This version of traditional meatballs, made with eggplant rather than meat, is a typical Calabrian appetizer and is quite easy to prepare.
This deep fried flatbread is a common street food in Hungary where it is served warm with sour cream and grated cheese, rubbed with garlic or garlic butter, or doused with garlic water.
If you like french fries — and who doesn’t? — try these zucchini fritters. The process can also be applied to eggplant.
Once you fry your own chicken, you’ll never be as happy with that store bought bucket of bird again.
Bright green tomatoes are dipped in a mixture of paprika, cayenne, red pepper flakes, ancho chile and fresh black pepper, and baked to a crisp perfection.
Deep Fried Lentil Fritters is a favorite tea time snack of the Malayalies…. to be precise…. it is THE most popular deep fried snack of South India.
These awesome fried potato balls are crispy on the outside and soft within.
Treat this just like fried rice. Add what ever you would normally put in your own.
Bhatura or bhature is a thick fried Indian bread, a popular Punjabi dish served with channa masala.
When it comes to seasoning the dry flour and the wet batter, there are no rules. You can make it garlicky, herby, spicy, or even…mustardy?
For a wonderful side dish or starter, try this fried sardine fillet recipe from Emiko Davies.
Greasy fish-goodness – a hidden gem in Seattle.
Check out these salty bite-sized briny treats. Perfect to nibble alongside a cocktail.
A novel take on the Italian style dish Eggs in Purgatory.