8 Beer-Battered Recipes That You Will Literally Drool Over
Here’s the truth: beer really does make everything better. Including food! Cooking with beer can be a perplexing subject we here at Omaha Steaks will be de-mystifying in the near future (stay tuned), but there’s one method that’s definitely tried-and-true… Two words: Beer. Batter.
Those two words — delicious on their own — strung together equal savory bliss. And, thankfully, we’ve found all of the best beer-battered recipes out there for you to drool over. Scroll, stare, and be sure to wipe away the drool when you’re done:
Beer-Battered Mini Corn Dogs with Chipotle Ketchup
If these adorably succulent corn dogs from The Beeroness aren’t enough for you, trust us — there’s no way you’ll be able to stop dipping them in the chipotle ketchup.
Fried Beer Chicken Sliders with Beer Pickled Peaches and Jalapenos
If you couldn’t tell already, Jackie at The Beeroness just gets beer. And food. Especially together. Case in point: these amazing chicken sliders. Also: pairing pickled peaches and jalapenos is pure genius.
Beer-Battered Fish Tacos with Cilantro-Lime Sauce
Everything about this deep fried fish taco recipe by Taming of the Spoon screams scrumptious. Bonus: everything makes for a beautiful plate.
Beer-Battered Onion Rings
A classic for a reason. Hot, crunchy, salty and a tad sweet (if you like; it’s your onion choice!), these Beer-Battered Onion Rings from Just a Taste are perfect for a party or for, well, any time.
This recipe Amuse Your Bouche proves that a good beer batter is super easy to make, and it’s also pretty customizable. On top of that, a fried mushroom is always — always — a wonderful, juicy idea.
Beer-Battered Fried Pickles
If you’ve somehow gone through life never tasting the savory tang of a fried pickle, prepare to be amazed. This recipe from The Cottage Market is ready and waiting for you to try them. TONIGHT.
Beer-Battered Deep-Fried Cheese Curds
The name of the recipe says it all. Excuse us while we go cram a million of these into our mouths. Thank you, Fox Valley Foodie. Just… Thank you.
Redhook® Amber Beer-Battered Shrimp
Yup, we did it. We took our meaty, succulent shrimp and paired them with Redhook® Amber to create a fried shrimp so darn delectable that you just can’t stop eating them. You’re welcome.
Plus… This Beer Mug!
Because why not drink beer while you eat something beer-battered and deep fried? Oh yeah.