I started the Lip Smackin’ Good brand because of my sheer love for countrycooking. This is why I’m so excited about this recipe, because it’s about asSouthern as it gets.Fried green tomatoes are a staple in traditional Southern cooking. They’ve beenpleasing mouths and warming hearts for a very long time, and they’ll continue todo so, for as long skillets and cornmeal sit atop kitchen shelves. This is a classicside dish recipe, but our version here takes a few small creative liberties to giveyour meal a little more spice and zing.We’ve added in a unique spice blend that we selected for the batter and acreamy Sriracha mayonnaise made from our famous ‘Slap Ya Pappy’ Srirachasauce that’s perfect for dipping.If you’ve been curious about how to make fried green tomatoes, but you’ve nevertried because you lack experience in the kitchen, then you’re in luck! This recipeis so simple that even a beginner can make it.INGREDIENTSWaxed paper2 large eggs2 tablespoons water1 cup all-purpose flour1 cup yellow cornmeal1 tablespoon Lucky No. 7 Spice Blend2 pounds green tomatoes, sliced1 cup canola or vegetable oil for fryingDirectionsFirst, line a baking sheet with some waxed paper.Beat eggs and water in a shallow bowl.Place flour and cornmeal into 2 separate bowls. Season the cornmeal with the Lucky No. 7 seasoning.Dip each tomato slice into flour, then dip into the egg mixture. Press the tomato into cornmeal mix. Be sure to shake off the excess. Set tomato on prepared baking sheet, and repeat this process with the remaining tomato slices. Arrange the tomatoes in a single layer.Heat about ¼ inch oil in a large skillet over medium heat and bring to a simmer. Fry tomatoes in batches until golden and crisp. It should take about 3 to 4 minutes per side. Drain on plates lined with paper towels. Repeat with remaining tomatoes. FOR THE Sriracha Mayonnaise:INGREDIENTS1 cup mayonnaise¼ cup Slap Ya Pappy Sriracha SauceDirections:Mix the mayonnaise and Sriracha sauce in a small bowl. Not spicy enough for you? Too spicy? You can adjust by adding more Sriracha or more mayo, depending on your taste buds.Enjoy y\u0026#39;all!