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Julia's Fried Dill Pickle Mix Review

Julia's Fried Dill Pickle MixJulia's Fried Dill Pickle Mix Review
Gifted By:  Julia's Southern Foods
Reviewed by Arielle Matlin, Editor,


Fried Pickles are one of the best restaurant appetizers and Julia's Fried Dill Pickle Mix allows you to make them in your own home. The simple mix needs just water to come together. All the instructions are included for making the best fried pickles you have ever had!


I love how easy this mix is to make. Simply add water, and voila, you can start battering up some pickles to fry. Dip the pickles in the batter and fry them up on the stovetop.  The pickles came out light, airy, and delicious! The mix creates a batter that complements the pickle flavor perfectly. I like that the pickle doesn't get lost in the batter, but instead retains its distinct flavor and texture.


This mix is more versatile than you may initially think. The batter can be used to coat all kinds of delicious items before frying. It can be used to make onion rings or even corn dogs. You can also fry up the batter by itself for a delicious fried cornbread bite. Fried Pickles are a Southern restaurant specialty that you shouldn't miss out on trying in your home. 

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Pretty tasty!

I'd never had fried pickles before, so didn't really know what to expect. Julia's Fried Dill Pickle Mix has me wanting to have fried pickles on a regular basis! The batter is so tasty, and it holds up and doesn't get soggy, even after the pickles sit out for a bit. Not only that, it works just as well and tastes just as good on sweet pickles as it does on dill. I'm going to have to try it in other applications, too.

I like these a lot - also better than restaurant fried pickles! They were a little lighter and full of pickle flavor.

These were delicious! I actually like them better than from restaurants. Yum!

It's hard to go wrong with fried pickles. This mix definitely did the job!

I've only had fried pickles at restaurants and fairs before. This mix made a good make-at-home version

These pickles had great flavor! This mix will definitely be an option the next time I am craving fried pickles.


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