How to make it

  • Wash frog legs thoroughly.
  • Place in a large bowl; sprinkle with lemon juice, and cover with crushed ice.
  • Refrigerate 1 to 3 hours.
  • In a small bowl, whisk together milk, egg yolks, and 2 teaspoons oil.
  • Beat egg whites until stiff; fold into milk and egg yolk mixture.
  • Sprinkle frog legs with salt and pepper; dip each in milk-egg mixture, then dredge in flour.
  • Heat vegetable oil in a deep-fryer or skillet to 375°. Fry frog legs until golden brown.
  • When you remove the frog legs transfer to paper towels to drain.

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    " It was excellent "
    taylorsue82 ate it and said...
    Oh these sound good, been years since I'v been frog giggin, say it's time for a trip to the river.
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  • gapeach55 9 years ago
    Some love these and yes they do jump in the pan. I could never bring myself to try these though, I guess knowing what they were. Of course, I may have eaten these as a kid and my mom told me they were chicken. You never knew what was cooking at my house. Especially when you come home from school, open the fridge, look in the bag and there's a hog head staring at you; my mom use to make her own Sous Meat. It's a wonder I didn't need therapy when I grew up.LOL
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    " It was excellent "
    victoriaregina ate it and said...
    Wonderful recipe. I love them also but never had them like this. Saved and high 5 Griz.
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  • mrtnzangel8 9 years ago
    Is it true they jump in the pan while frying? :P
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    " It was excellent "
    mrjwjohnson ate it and said...
    I just love frog legs! Just hard to find a place to go gigging anymore :(
    Thanks JJ
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    " It was excellent "
    notyourmomma ate it and said...
    Love frog legs....used to peel the little rubber bands off their legs at the restaurant and get them ready to dredge (we served them ala provencal, fried and then drenched in garlic butter). Thought what a weird job, binding frog legs together with little rubber bands? Who'd a thunk of it and further still, why???
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    " It was excellent "
    crabhappychick ate it and said...
    LOVE frogs legs! Taste like Used to get them at a restaurant on the harbor in Annapolis. Used to see them in my Aunt Jean's freezer up in the country! Along with rows upon rows of the most beautiful jars of tomatoes and cherries and peppers and peaches and pickles and...well you get the idea. Good memories...thanks.
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