Fried chitterlings are a classic Southern favorite known for their crunchy texture and rich flavor.
Usually made from pig intestines, these pork products are fried until golden brown and crispy on the outside, giving them a delightfully crunchy texture.
But don't let their appearance fool you - inside, they have a soft and tender texture that's sure to make your mouth water.
Fried chitterlings can be enjoyed as part of an entree, or even as a snack. Whether it's part of your main meal or just an occasional indulgence - fried chitterlings are sure to tantalize your taste buds!
This chitterlings recipe is living proof that chitlins can be served as a delicious appetizer. With this recipe you will prepare chitterlings the traditional way but with a slight twist. After boiling your chitterlings until tender, you will finish them off by deep frying them and serving them with remoulade sauce.
I have prepared this recipe several times for my guest with surprising results. Many of my guest where not able to guess that they were eating fried chitterlings.
After having enjoyed the chitterling appetizer my guest would always ask for the recipe to take home. I did not always share my recipe secret with them, but I am sharing now with you.
Also here is a guide in case you want to know how to clean chitterlings.
Deep fried chitterlings or chitlins anyone?
Before you leave, don't forget to check out our other recipes of chitterlings, barbecue pigs feet, and smothered pork chops. If you're like most of my visitors you're going to also love these recipes too. Try out the recipes, then stop back by and leave your review telling us how the dishes turned out.