Coconut Flour Frog Legs

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I searched endlessly for a recipe for coconut flour frog legs, but came up empty. Needless to say, I decided I would just wing it!

What you will need:

- A pan with oil to fry the legs in (I used vegetable oil).
- 2 eggs.
- Almond milk.
- 1/2 cup Coconut flour
- 1tsp Dried basil
- 2tsp Garlic powder
- Salt to taste
- Frog legs (We can usually find these at Food For Less).


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Step 1: Prep.

First you will need to get the oil heated up in your pan, I chose to use a cast iron skillet.

Next I made my egg wash to dip the frog legs in; I did this with two eggs and a splash of almond milk. Once both of those things are done you will make you flour mixture, I did 1/2 cup coconut flour, 1 tsp basil, 2 tsp garlic powder, and salt to taste.

Step 2: Getting the Legs Ready

First you dip the frog legs in the egg wash, then into the coconut flour mixture, then back into the egg mixture, and once again in the coconut flour. This allows for better coating.

Step 3: Frying the Legs

After the legs have gone for a swim in the egg and coconut mixture, you are ready to fry. Make sure your oil is nice and hot so you will get a nice golden crust, I cooked mine for 3-5 mins on each side. Frog legs have a texture between fish and chicken.

Step 4: Time to Eat!

That's it! A simple and easy meal for when you're feeling a little froggy!

Thanks for following along!

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    Slippery arm

    3 years ago

    It's not easy being green

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    Slippery arm

    3 years ago

    Make sure if it is a bull frog to line the pot with wood to absorb excess poison

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    1775Slippery arm

    Reply 3 years ago

    If you are consuming or cooking the skin, which I have never heard of people doing? These are skinned and store-bought.

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    quartz1452

    3 years ago

    I never ate a frog, but it look interesting.

    nice instructable.

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