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Bacon Pickle Fries Are a 5-Star Food Concoction You’ll Love

With the full recipe, instructions, and a step-by-step video tutorial on YouTube, Delish has taken a pickle and wrapped it in bacon, creating one of the most amazing food combinations known to man! The fact that we here in Texas love all things pickle-related (hello…Best Maid?) is no secret. Do we also love bacon? Heck-to-the-yes! (This site is PG folks.) So, the concoction that you see before you, complete with dipping sauce, can only be described as a luscious food pairing of unimaginable proportions! Try these bacon pickle fries.

Ranch dressing is actually the dip in which the pickles, wrapped in bacon and baked in the oven, are dunked into when everything is said and done. We might even go one better and make it blue cheese dressing… but others might consider that food blasphemy. Either way, we’re trying this on the weekend, when we have plenty of time to spare, a few extra pickles and bacon, and perhaps a good NFL game to sit and watch at home (this would be so good with a beer, by the way). Delish has all the recipe ingredients and instructions on their website, and the video actually works to tempt you even more!

Bacon Pickle Fries

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INGREDIENTS:

Key ingredients for this flavor-filled creation include:

Pickles

Bacon

Dip

INSTRUCTIONS:

To create this juicy little number, you’ll need approximately 10 minutes of preparation time and roughly 25 minutes in an oven set to 425 degrees. If you want to make the bacon crispy, you might have to bake it just a little bit longer, but you can be the judge. The link for the whole process is available here, and these bacon pickle fries are sure to please not only you, but also some guests, if you’re entertaining. The recipe yields 12, so if you’re planning a party of some sort, you may want to plan ahead and double or triple your ingredients.

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