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A simple Southern classic that takes minutes to put together!
Heat the oil in a medium-sized pot until the oil reaches 350ºF.
Grab 3 bowls and place the flour in one, the beaten eggs in another, and the Panko, Italian breadcrumbs, and seasonings in the third bowl. Dredge the green tomato slices in the flour, then coat in the egg wash, and then coat in the bread crumb and seasoning powder.
Place 2 or 3 slices into the oil at a time, depending on the size of the pot. You do not want to overcrowd your pot because it will drop the temperature of the oil dramatically. Keep the oil between 325ºF and 350ºF. Fry until both sides are golden brown (about 2–3 minutes each piece) and then place on a plate lined with a paper towel to drain.
Sprinkle the fried green tomatoes with a little bit of salt to keep them crispy. Serve immediately with chipotle ranch dressing.
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