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Also about — and frog legs+52Garlic Frog Legs
1 bulb garlic
Bunch of frog legs (given to me by a guy, Scott, who I met at a doughnut store on Sunday morning—it’s a Louisiana thing)
In a large black skillet, bring butter and grapeseed oil up to high (don’t burn the butter; it will brown when burning) — not much oil and butter, just enough to brown. If butter gets low, throw another half stick in.
When oil and butter start sizzling, working in batches if necessary, brown frog legs on both sides; be careful, they SPLATTER!!!! amirite?
Also about Food & Drink+51Who knows if lions n tigers would prefer to eat their kills barbequed?? amirite?
Also about chicken, meat, and frog legs+53FROG LEG SOUP
How to make frog leg soup, you're thinking,.....ummm, how do I do that? Well take any soup out there in the world, substitute the chicken for frog legs or simply add frog legs to your soup. It really is that easy. There really is no one set perfect frog legs soup and a way for somebody NOT know how to make frog leg soup. Find yourself a soup recipe and add in or substitute frog legs in for whatever meat the original soup called for. We will add some for you though, amirite?
Also about frog legs+55Broiled Frog Legs
Broiled Frog Legs. One dozen frog legs, one cup lemon juice, 1/2 cup olive oil, two teaspoons pepper, one table spoon salt, 1 head lettuce. Clean and skin frog legs. Scald in a little boiling water into which the lemon juice has been added. drain and dry. Brush with olive oil and sprinkle with salt and pepper. amirite?
Also about fried frog+72Deep Fried Frog Burger
Frogleaping to the top of the list is this uncanny creation from Japan.
The scary sandwich - which is comprised of a whole deep fried frog, lettuce, and chili sauce stuffed between two charcoal blackened buns.
Launched by a nature themed museum Orbi Yokohama as a promotion for their poisonous frogs exhibition, though it thankfully is safe from any toxins. amirite?
Also about frog legs+53Frog Leg Sauce Piquante - Louisiana Cookin
Frog legs can be grilled, stuffed, or stewed down in a gumbo. The famous Middendorf's Restaurant on Bayou Manchac broils pairs of legs for their customers. There isn't a wrong way to cook them. For example, I enjoy a good frog leg sauce piquante. amirite?
Also about Food & Drink+25If you eat any type of fruit with seeds in it, regardless if you eat the actual seed, you are slaughtering baby fruit. amirite?
Also about meat and frog legs+56Baked Frog Legs
Season the frog legs with just salt and pepper to allow the natural flavor of the meat to shine. For added heat or flavor, include garlic, onion and cayenne pepper to taste. Sprinkle bread crumbs on top if you like a light crunch. Alternatively, top the legs with a sauce, such as melted butter with lemon juice, butter and parsley. amirite?
Also about frog legs+47SIMPLE SAUTEED FROG'S LEGS
Soak frog legs in milk for 1 hour, turning every 15 minutes.
Remove from milk and salt and pepper them lightly, and coat them in flour.
In a skillet bring the butter to a sizzle and add frog legs.
Sauté legs uncovered until they're golden brown on both sides (turning as needed). amirite?
Also about frog legs+69Boiled Frog Legs
Soaking them in salt water will only make it worse. I suggest setting the frog legs in boiled water for 2 hours (or overnight). Let the water and legs cool, then pour the water out and boil the legs again, except this time put them in with garlic and butter for a lighter taste. amirite?