Best Buffalo Wild Wings Fried Pickles Recipe

Buffalo wild wings has always been a place of grand celebration for me as I’m a huge fan of almost all their food items. So, I have tried a few wild wings recipes myself, and Buffalo wild wings fried pickles recipe is one of them. (Try the Buffalo wild wings street tacos recipe, an amazingly flavorful, tasty, and unique recipe of mine.)

I may sound odd, but I must say that these fried pickles feel even better than the Buffalo Wild Wings fried pickle itself to me! I still keep ordering from the Buffalo Wild Wings, yet my homemade ones give me unmatchable taste and crispiness. You will get a sense of what I’m talking about when you prepare this recipe.

I came up with my version after watching Trisha’s Southern Kitchen and reading Trisha’s Table. But my version differs in a few ways from Trisha’s Table with a few modifications of my own. The pickles I get are flavorful and crispy even without being deep-fried. They are savory, healthy, and make a perfect snack!

Buffalo wild wings fried pickles ingredients

  • All-purpose flour (1/3 cup)
  • Large eggs (2 pieces)
  • Worcestershire sauce (1 tablespoon)
  • Hot sauce (1 tablespoon). You can use it as per your choices. But I use Frank’s Red Hot sauce.
  • Onion powder (1/2 teaspoon)
  • Garlic powder (1 teaspoon)
  • Panko breadcrumbs (1 cup)
  • Dill pickles, preferably sliced (1 jar; about 16 ounces)
  • Grated Parmesan cheese (1/2cup)
  • To taste, a pinch of pepper, and
  • Salt


  • Step 01: At first, preheat the oven broiler. Take a baking sheet, place a cooling rack over it and spray both the equipment using non-stick spray.
  • Step 02: Now, take a medium-size bowl and put hot sauce, Worcestershire sauce, onion powder, garlic powder, flour, eggs, pepper, and salt in it and whisk. Make sure a smooth and perfectly combined mixture.
  • Step 03: Take another small size bowl and whisk Parmesan cheese and panko in it until finely combined.
  • Step 04: Coat the pickle slices using the previously made wet mixture. Coat pickle pieces one by one if you are using the long flat ones, or you can coat multiple pieces at a time if you are using “chips”. When the dredging process is completed, remove the excess (let drip off the excess).
  • Step 05: Then, transfer the pickle pieces to the breading mixture, place some Parmesan cheese and panko mixture over the pieces, and coat the pickle pieces nicely.
  • Step 06: Now, place the pickle pieces on the rack. Maintain a single layer and broil the pickle for 4-5 minutes for one side. Flip them over and broil the other side for 4-5 more minutes. By this time, the pickle should turn golden brown. If not, broil them for some more time.

As you have finished cooking the Buffalo wild wings fried pickles recipe, serve the dish along with your favorite dipping sauce. And if you are waiting for my recommendation, well, I use a combination of ranch dressing and hot sauce.

Tips and Tricks

There is only one secret of making your fried pickles crispy: reheating the pickles in the oven properly—Preheat the oven broiler to 350-degree Fahrenheit. Then place the pickles over a baking sheet and then reheat them for 10-15 minutes. It will make the cooked pickles crispier than ever

If you can manage, I recommend pairing this recipe with homemade buffalo wings, which will undoubtedly ensure the best Buffalo Wild Wings experience!

Nutritional Information

Fried pickles recipe offers 900 Calories per serving. Most of the calories come from fat alone, 69.2%. So, it is basically a fat-rich food item, side by side offering a massive amount of Carbohydrates, Sodium, and vitamin A.

Nutrient Fact (PER Serving)ValueDaily Value
Calories900 (3766 kJ)
Protein7 g18%
Carbohydrates63 g21%
Dietary Fiber3 g 12%
Sugars2 g 7.9%
Total Fat70 g 108%
Saturated Fat21 g 105%
Trans Fat2.5 g
Cholesterol45 mg 15%
Alcohol0 g
Niacin Equivalents10.9mg 84 %
Vitamin A750 mg 74%
Vitamin C6 mg 23%
Calcium0 mg
Iron< 1 mg
Potassium123mg 13%
Sodium3380 mg 141%
Note:  Daily Value percentage is based on a 2,000-calorie diet a day.


Are Buffalo Wild Wings fried pickles good?

Yes, usually, these fried pickles are good for health, offering a tremendous amount of health benefits, except the very fact that they are deep-fried. For example, they provide anti-cancer properties by boosting up your antioxidant intake level.

How do you keep fried pickles from getting soggy?

It is indeed effortless to keep fried pickles from getting soggy, as all you need to do is serving the pickles hot and fresh. If you store the pickles and reheat them in the microwave later, the pickle will be soggy in no time. So, avoid microwaves for reheating fried pickles.

Now you know how to make fried pickles! So, don’t wait for the delivery man anymore! Get Buffalo Wild Wings-like experience in your comfort zone. Enjoy a diversified cooking experience at home right away.

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