Total TimePrep/Total Time: 25 min.
I made these and they are easy but boring. I would just add some spice or sugar.
Made this for the first time today and it was delicious! I made a few changes. 1) Used 1 tsp onion powder instead of chopped onions as I did not want the pieces of onion in the bread. 2) Added an extra tablespoon of flour as the batter seemed to thin. 3) Used almond milk and gluten-free (measure-for-measure) flour because of my food sensitivities. This will definitely make it into my regular menu rotation!
Just wondering do you have to use buttermilk or 2% milk can you use regular milk to make them
Used this recipe for my first time ever making hush puppies and it was a HUGE hit! Light and fluffy yet crunchy
I have made hush puppies before, but they didn't turn out as good as these! I used self rising corn meal, so I just didn't add the baking powder. Had some trouble making them round, but the shapes didn't matter, they were delicious!!
Is it self rising cornmeal
Gross!! Too much onion!! Do not recommend unless you want onion breath for the next week
Followed the recipe to the letter has instructed. They came out positively stunning… so simple. Unfortunately they also came out devoid of flavor.
This was delicious and so easy! I followed another reviewers advice and separated the egg and whipped up the egg white and folded it in. My husband and I have never had good luck with making hush puppies, yay for this recipe!
Fantastic base recipe. As reviewers mentioned, it is fairly bland. I omitted the onion in the recipe and replaced with green onions in the batter along with a pinch more salt, white pepper, and a tiny hit of sriracha. The flavor profile choices are endless here. These cook quickly and turned out crisp on the outside, nice and tender in the center.