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Long John Silver’s Hush Puppies Recipe

I was craving some Long John Silver’s Hush Puppies and took the web to find a recipe to try. This recipe was really easy to make and I actually had all of the ingredients on hand so that made it even better. Everyone did like though, I sort of feel like it could have used a little more flavor. If I try the recipe again I will have to figure out what it was missing first to give them that extra bit of flavor. I anyone has any suggestions for more flavor I am open to them.

  1. 1/4 cup milk
  2. 1 egg
  3. 1/2 cup cornmeal
  4. 1/4 cup flour
  5. 1 teaspoon baking powder
  6. 2 teaspoon garlic salt (was originally 1, but I changed it to 2 for more flavor.)
  7. 2 teaspoon onion powder (was originally 1, but I changed it to 2 for more flavor.)


  1. Combine dry ingredients.
  2. Add egg and milk.
  3. Stir well.
  4. Should be the consistency of bread batter.
  5. If too thin add more corn meal or flour.
  6. Drop by teaspoonful into hot grease. I actually used oil instead of grease.
  7. Cook until brown.

Preparation time: 5 minute(s)

Cooking time: 10 minute(s)

Number of servings (yield): 6

3 :  ★★★☆☆ 1 review(s)

Don’t they just look delicious though? I served them with baked beans and potato fish sticks. Wasn’t the most nutritious dinner but it was yummy and I promise we will eat better tomorrow.

I found this recipe on and made a few changes to it.


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  1. Looks yummy!

  2. They look great! I love hush puppies!!

  3. These came out great, vegetarian changes: flax seed with water =egg substitute, buttermilk-milk with vinegar, pinch of sugar, 1tsp of garlic salt and grated onion… 🙂 just tweaked it a little bit, but was deliciouso…

  4. You might try adding a little tabasco sauce and/or dry mustard. In addition, I fry mine in bacon grease.

  5. sarah davis says:

    i haven’t had long john silvers since i was a kid! my grandpa used to get it for us.

  6. KebbyAnne says:

    Wish I would have found this earlier! We had potato crunch coated fish filets, baked beans and cole slaw. I made some hush puppies but the flavor was BLAH. Will definitely try your recipe next time. THANKS!

  7. I use lots of diced onions instead of onion salt…..buttermilk instead of regular milk….and I also do flour/cornmeal ratio by 3 to 1…..3 parts cornmeal to one part flour. You can also sprinkle in some seasoned salt for a little extra flavor.

  8. cheryl Burns says:

    I think that onion powder may be what is missing .

  9. I’ve tasted them with shredded cheese & finely chopped jalapeño added.

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  12. Another site I saw had sugar in it

  13. Substitute buttermilk and 1/2 a small onion, grated. You should get a lot more flavor from that. I’ve also seen recipes for Hush Puppies that include cayenne pepper, black pepper, paprika and even one that adds a little bacon grease to the recipe, about 1 tsp for the amount of cornmeal/flour you have listed.

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