Recipes with durkee sauce

CopyCat Durkee's
Frying anything is a chore, this technique will make it worth the trouble. This can be applied to any type of meat that is fit for frying. I only do this with catfish since it has the right flavor and consistency to hold up to the process and makes for decent left-overs. Tilapia is for people who pretend to like fish so dont let me catch you using that instead! This is best served on an onion roll with Durkee Sauce, Green Tomato Relish and thin sliced red onion.
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BB King's Catfish Nuggets & Sauce Recipe
Easy Onion Crusted Chicken Breasts from Food.com: ALWAYS A HIT AND YUMMMMM!!!!!!  								This is a tasty recipe that we really enjoy.  I got this recipe from a small deli that served the most delicious hot lunches.  The deli changed ownership and shortly there after closed - luckily I had asked for their recipe and have been making it ever since.
Beer cheese dip
French's Crunchy Onion Chicken Recipe. Simply replace breadcrumbs with crushed French's Original or Cheddar French Fried Onions.
This is my family's receipe for deviled eggs with durkees dressing!!!
Recipe Detail | Tones Chipotle hush puppies recipe
Here's a way to take an old-time favorite and "spread" it around a bit. Our Deviled Egg Dip is a great addition to your party offerings.
This wonderful tasting, versatile sauce has been a secret ingredient in many southern recipes for as long as I can remember. It was originally patented in 1857. It is used in potato salad, cole slaw dressing, remoulade sauce, egg salads and various other salad/dressing recipes. We love it spread on bread for turkey sandwiches. While the  real deal  is still available at grocery stores in southern states, I understand it is becoming very difficult to find elsewhere. I suspect it will…
Longhorn Steakhouse Copycat Recipes: Bleu Ridge Salad
Having Durkee Chicken tonight! I add a bit of Italian dressing to zest it up even more!
Frying anything is a chore, this technique will make it worth the trouble. This can be applied to any type of meat that is fit for frying. I only do this with catfish since it has the right flavor and consistency to hold up to the process and makes for decent left-overs. Tilapia is for people who pretend to like fish so dont let me catch you using that instead! This is best served on an onion roll with Durkee Sauce, Green Tomato Relish and thin sliced red onion.
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