Cooktop Cove: Hushpuppies are a delectable Southern dish and here 7 of the best recipes out there
Hush puppies are balls, patties or fingers made from a thick cornmeal batter and deep fried. Whatever shape you make them or whether you serve them a little sweet or savory; hush puppies are delicious!
A real Southern staple, people have been tucking into hush puppies for generations. Don't fight it - serve these crispy little lovelies tonight for a taste of the delicious Deep South!
1. Hush puppy recipe (h/t My Home Cooking)
This is a brilliant recipe to help you master hush puppies. Straight forward and easy to follow instructions will help you to make perfect Southern snacks every time!
2. Okra hush puppies (h/t Spicy Southern Kitchen)
These hush puppies are enriched with buttermilk and add okra and fresh parsley for a delicious difference and a touch of green within that golden batter!
3. Vegan hush puppies (h/t The Spruce)
Egg and milk substitutes mean that vegans can tuck into hush puppies as well! This smart recipe also includes corn and jalapeño for an extra dash of flavor!
4. Hush puppies (h/t South Your Mouth)
It's the little things that can make a difference sometimes...as well as minced onion and buttermilk for richness, this recipe suggests cooking the hush puppies with bacon grease. If you love bacon, then try it - it tastes fantastic!
5. Jalapeno and goat cheese hush puppies (h/t Bon Appetit)
These are so great. Jalapeño chili and goat cheese are a winning combination and this super-easy recipe gives a crunchy, cheesy result that's less sweet than other versions of this classic dish.
6. Sweet potato and bacon hush puppies (h/t The Hungry Hoarder)
Hush puppies with sweet potato puree and crumbled bacon? You just know
that's going to work out well. The straight forward recipe makes it easy to produce these delicious little bacon bites!
7. Hush puppies with creamy honey orange dipping sauce (h/t The Kitchen Paper)
The honey and orange creamy dip with these chili-spiked hush puppies is so special, you'll be licking it off the spoon. You could make it for grateful friends, or you could just sit alone with a bowlful, quietly dipping one after the other...
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