5 Reviews

Wowie, wow, wow, wow...these are simply the best!!!..I sprinkled Old Bay Seasoning to the batter and added Fresh Gound Pepper before frying...How tasty!..Next time I will decrease the amount of sugar slightly...

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Stephen B. May 09, 2010

This is a hit year after year at an annual get-together. The platter never makes it very far from the chef.

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OICU812 November 06, 2008

I love these. I've got the cookbook from where this recipes comes, and it's one of my cooking bibles. These hush puppies are plain fun to eat and colorful. If you want a variation that puts an interesting spin on this recipe - or have a sweet tooth - add some frozen or canned corn kernels. Crazy as it sounds, kids love these.

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daphneprocz August 07, 2008

I was searching for a hushpuppy recipe that would come close to the sweet ones I would get at southern seafood restaurants served with honey butter. I left out the green peppers and the green onions. Although the hushpuppies were a little too sweet to use the honey butter, the recipe was awesome. I'll make it many more times, but I'll probably cut the sugar a little.

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maggiegross September 23, 2007

I made this last night and while the flavor was wonderful, I had issues with the hush puppies staying together in the oil. I'm sure that I did something wrong but I'm not sure what. I'll try again and rate it next time!

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That girl Mel June 23, 2005
Paul Prudhomme's Sweet Hush Puppies