How to make it

  • Take the frog legs , seasoning, mustard and mix together
  • Place flour /an or 1/2 box seafood fish fry and season into the zip lock
  • Place frog legs into the zip lock and seal bag.
  • shake the bag
  • When Oil is heated atleast 365 degrees or alittle higher
  • depends on your deep fryer.
  • Open zip lock and place frog legs into hot oil and let cook.
  • about 5 minutes later they are light brown
  • place on a dish with a paper towel
  • then

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  • pricesunbury 2 years ago
    I finally got some frog legs..haven't had any for a long time..I ate them growing up as I was raised in Louisiana. Can't wait to try your recipe. It sounds good.
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    shibattou ate it and said...
    I can't get any of my friends to eat froglegs, but I really like them. They don't know what they are missing. Thanks, and a 5 for this posting.
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    momo_55grandma ate it and said...
    love froglegs had them as a wee child and great memory flash thanks high5
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    karlyn255 ate it and said...
    very good choice of recipes. love frog legs
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    bluewaterandsand ate it and said...
    It's been a long time since I have had frog legs. I grew up eating them. My grandmother would fuss about them jumping in her frying pan, when cooking.Your recipe sounds wonderful! I have not heard of Slap yo' mama. What is it?
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  • linda2230 9 years ago
    Wow, I have not had fried frog legs for many years. As I remember, they do taste like chicken! This brings back some good memories. This is a good recipe that I know will taste good. The seasonings would also to fry fish. Fish fry anyone? Thanks for the recipe post! Judy :o)~~~ PS: I added this recipe to New Orleans and Louisiana Ladies
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