1) The canola oil banned is 1956 was a completely different oil than the canola oil we use today. Canola oil is not toxic. There is no scientific proof for this.
2) If you don't like canola, use a different oil, genius.
sounds tasty, shame about the canola oil which happens to be Toxic and was originally banned in 1956
I made and served these as a side dish, and they were absolutely divine. They are very flavorful and not dense at all like regular hush puppies. I agree that they would make a wonderful appetizer.
Delicious. These would also make a great appetizer. I served with cornmeal fried catfish and a ceasar salad (minus the croutons).
I am a hush puppy lover from the deep south and these are the best. The okra and shrimp turn these into a food you can nosh all alone but they are wonderful with fried or blackened catfish or even SL's Parmesan catfish. Light and flavorful. Have made many times and will make again
I served this as a side dish with tilapia & green beans, and they were absolutely delicious! My husband LOVED them. He went back for seconds...and thirds! I'll be making them again as appetizers for my next get together.