This recipe was created from the writer's own experience with cajun fried pickles. She didn’t want to totally get rid of the spiciness of the ones she had tried, but just wanted to be able to get through a whole pickle without her mouth feeling like it was on total fire.
"Also, we decided that we wanted to make our pickles two different ways, regular (like the restaurant served), and extra crunchy. Here is the recipe that I came up with – it works for both the regular (a little crisp) fried pickles and the crunchy fried pickles. If you want regular crispiness, stop where it says to in step five. Also, if you would like to have your pickles a little more spicy, you can adjust the cayenne in the Cajun Seasoning. I would try them this way first though so that you have a gauge of how spicy they already are. Also, I love these served with Thousand Island Dressing or Ketchup. You can also dip them in Ranch, but I think it’s a little overpowering for this recipe – do what you like best though, you’re the one eating it :)"
Find the recipe here: http://www.bestbitesforever.com/2014/09/05/fried-pickles/