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Fantastic!!! They rolled over just like they were supposed to!! (Good puppies!! hehe!!)--not greasy, easy to make..we had this with an oven fried fish meal and what a wonderful accompanyment!! thank you for this one..I'll be making them again and again!! Teresa

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TGirl,RN March 19, 2003

Delicious! I used this recipe in my first ever try to make hush puppies and they turned out great! I used skim milk, left out the peppers because I didn't have any on hand, abd added a few dashes if Cajun seasoning instead. It took ne a couple puppies to get the temperature right but once I did they were easy! Even my picky teenage brother enjoyed them. I will make these puppies again, probably with jalapeƱo as others have suggested to see if they are even better when spicy !

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YourCakeIWillTake July 17, 2011

Great recipe! I added some cheese and jalapenos, it turned out awesome. Everbody raved about it, this is a keeper. Thank you!

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The Firehouse Cook December 06, 2010

Well, we had fun with these! I tried the 'spoon' method but the puppies got kind of crumby before they came off of the spoon, which they didn't do easily, and I had to flip them. About half way through, I took small spoonfuls of batter, rolled between my palms like a meatball, then gently dropped into the oil. It worked perfectly and they flipped over all by themselves! They were very tasty but a little sweet; I think I will add some cayenne next time.

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loof August 05, 2007

I'm a first time hushpuppy fryer and these came out super! Everyone loved them. They were so light and crispy. Had to say no to the 5th helping!!!

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Lauren Forgnoni September 02, 2003

These are completely and totally wonderful. Light, airy, sweet and savory. I added a bit of garlic salt and Old Bay seasoning and they were the perfect complement to fried, panko-breaded fresh-caught Alaskan halibut. We are very serious about our fish-fries when we have halibut, and these will be on the menu from now on!

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under12parsecs July 11, 2012

Oh my goodness, these are good. I loved the grated onion, it helped distribute throughout the entire batter. I also shredded my yellow pepper so it wasn't such big chunks....delicious. My kids always want to go to that popular chain restaurant just for the hushpuppies and now I can make them at home. Thank you so much for sharing this with us.

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mommyoffour July 22, 2010

Wow, great recipe. Crisp and extremely tender outside, soft inside, cooked through well, not doughy. I love sweet hushpuppies so the sugar was perfect. The entire family loved them, my boys are 3 and 4 and I have deprived them of hush puppies til now, they won't let me forget to make them from now on. Wow. Thanks!

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Top of the Hill June 14, 2010

this is a great recipe. i've never had luck with the texture of mine but these were delicious. i used jiffy corn muffin mix which is sweet already so i didnt add sugar. this is a keeper.

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lilybeth11602 December 12, 2008

Unbelievable!!!!!!!!! Exactly what a hushpuppy should be!

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dawnbuffa December 11, 2008
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