How to make it

  • slowly warm the lard in a deep skillet..when melted bring it up to a med high heat...but dont let it go blue smoke on you...
  • drag the thawed frog legs through the egg wash
  • coat legs with dry shore lunch mix
  • when the lard spits water start to fry the legs until brown both sides
  • rotate every few minutes...could take up to 20 minutes to cook through
  • drain on paper towel and lighty season with fresh pepper then hop to the table

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    " It was excellent "
    notyourmomma ate it and said...
    Love fried frog legs...never told the kids what they were eating and they would gobble them up.
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  • stacyann 10 years ago
    Been a long time since I had frog legs...used to love them. Don't know if I could do it now (lol) but this brings back lots of memories.
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  • httpmom 10 years ago
    Yep, had frogs legs as a kid too...thanks to my dad.
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  • bluewaterandsand 10 years ago
    My grandad went frog gigging and cooked them when I was little. I ate them but I don't remember what they taste like. I do remember my grandmother frying some and they were jumping all over the skillet.
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    " It was excellent "
    jett2whit ate it and said...
    Hoppin' good! I haven't had them in a long time!!
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  • rosemaryblue 10 years ago
    I eat 'em when I can find 'em! :) There is nothing like pure lard for frying! Great recipe.
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