Friday, February 22, 2013

Duck Dynasty Frog Legs

Some of the recipes they have on A&E's Duck Dynasty sound wonderful. A lot of them don't. Take the one below. First off, I don't think I could eat frog legs because 1) they're FROG LEGS!, and 2) poor little Kermits....

But for those of you who might like them, here is Willie's recipe (and commentary) for Garlic Frog Legs:

Garlic Frog Legs

Many things in life — whether it's food, business, or even someone's personality — slowly evolve over time. They don't necessarily get better overnight, but if you keep working at them and stay focused, chances are they're going to end up being better than when you started. Take for instance my recipe for frog legs. When I was growing up, Kay's frog legs were one of my favorite meals. But as I got older, I started experimenting with ways to cook frog legs and added my own personal touch to her recipe. Kay has probably never heard of garlic-infused grape seed oil (she's never used anything but butter or Crisco), but that's what I like to use to fry my frog legs. And for the record there are many infused olive oils I like using nowadays. Kay still doesn't understand how they "infuse" oil, but I tell her, "Don't question, just enjoy."

I had some frogs and garlic and dreamed this up one night. It is so good. For the few hundred who will actually go get frogs, try it. The rest, well… use chicken instead. Good luck.

  • Fresh mushrooms
  • Bunch of frog legs
  • Butter
  • Garlic-infused grape seed oil
  • Flour
  • Can of beer
  • White wine
  • Phil Robertson's Zesty Cajun Style Seasoning
  • Bulb of garlic
    2. Soak frog legs in beer for an hour or so.
    3. Season frog legs with Zesty Cajun Style Seasoning.
    4. Roll frog legs in flour and set aside.
    5. In a large black skillet bring butter and grape seed oil up to high (don't burn the butter, it will brown when burning). It doesn't take much oil and butter, just about a half-inch or so.
    6. When oil and butter starts sizzling, put frog legs in and brown on each side. It should be about halfway up on frogs, just enough to brown.
    7. If butter gets low, throw another half stick in. Set browned frog legs aside.
    8. With what's left in the pan, add white wine, garlic (whole pods, peeled), mushrooms, and cook for three to four minutes.
    9. Add frog legs to white wine mix. Cover and cook at 300 degrees F for thirty minutes until meat is falling off bone. (You will know it's done, believe me!)

    If you try this, please let us know your thoughts!

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