National Southern Food day is January 22 of each year and I couldn’t help but to start thinking about all of the delicious southern recipes I’ve gotten used to while living in the south. I’ve put together a list of a few recipes that are making me salivate just looking at them!
Keep reading if you want to see some amazing recipes!
So many restaurants in Atlanta that have a southern flair to their menu will have fried chicken and waffles on the menu. This Fried Chicken and Waffles recipe from Cravings and Crumbs is made with tender, buttermilk fried chicken and savory waffles with maple creme fraiche! Sounds amazing!
I grew up with Biscuits and Gravy and I’m proud to say that I’m so used to this passed down recipe that I rarely order this dish when I go out! Find this Biscuits and Gravy recipe right here on Tabitha Talks Food.
Fried chicken is so popular here in the south that I couldn’t just mention fried chicken once! Meg’s Everyday Indulgence has a recipe for this amazing Extra Crispy Spicy Fried Chicken that you won’t want to have it any other way!
I’m not even going to lie, I need more than two hands to count how many times I’ve spoiled my appetite eating fried pickles. I literally can’t say no. I know I’ll be checking out this Fried Pickles recipe over at Table for Two quite often!
So far I’ve mentioned chicken and sides and appetizers but we can’t forget about dessert! pecan pie is a staple here in the south and you’ll love what The Country Cook has up her sleeve for this Southern Pecan Pie!
There’s something about fried and crunchy cornmeal that’s so addicting that we call these amazing balls Hushpuppies. Simmer & Sauce serves theirs with a maple butter sauce. I need these in my life right now!
Don’t even get me started with Deviled Eggs. The size of them makes it so easy to mindlessly stuff your face with them, and before you know it, you’ve eaten 5 eggs. Just me? Oops! Find the recipe for these Southern Deviled Eggs on Tabitha Talks Food.
If you haven’t noticed we’ve got quite a lot of southern fried foods. Not to say there isn’t anything else, but again, these are some of the things that come straight to mind when thinking about Southern Food Day! Revi’s Foodography breaks down how to make Fried Okra step by step!
Did I leave anything off this list?
I’d love to hear about your favorite southern dishes.
Comment below what you can’t live without!