Famous Oregon Recipes include corndogs, dumplings, fish and chips, veggie burgers, marionberry pie, steamer clams, and sushi. These popular recipes will remind you of the best part of being in Oregon.
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Oregon sits on the north pacific coast of the United States. The landscape is green and lush with lots of rain each year which contributes to the deepest lake in the US, Crater Lake. It was the first state to ban non-returnable bottles and cans and houses the world’s largest cheese company, Tillamook.
These ten food categories include three recipes from notable professional chefs and home chefs, with the recipe testing and dish development done for you. All you need to do is enjoy the wonderful combinations that make these dishes uniquely Oregon.
Corndogs are delicious, savory sausages coated with breading and fried. It’s easy to make your own right at home.
Dumplings are made from dough and dropped in soups or used in a chicken and dumplings dish.
- Easy Drop Dumplings Recipe for Soups and Stews
- Easy Chicken and Dumplings Recipe
- Chicken and Dumplings
Fish and Chips
Battered and fried fish served with thick french fries are popular along the coast in the United States. It’s a famous Oregon recipe.
“Burger” patties made with vegetables, grains, eggs, breadcrumbs, black beans, and seasoning are popular not only with the vegetarian crowd.
Marionberries are grown locally and put in berry pies. They taste a bit like blackberries and blueberries.
Vietnamese Chicken Wings
These spiced chicken wings are popular for lunch and dinner at restaurants all over Oregon.
Clams brought in from the ocean and steamed with garlic and other seasonings are a favorite dish in Oregon.
Since the fish is brought in fresh every day right from the ocean, sushi is incredibly delicious and popular. If you have the ingredients, it’s easy to make your own right at home.
- Homemade Sushi Recipe
- Homemade Sushi: Tips, Tricks, and Toppings!
- How To Make Sushi Rolls (Maki Rolls)
Melty cheese and tuna on top of an open-faced sandwich is amazing served for lunch or dinner with a side salad or french fries.
Homemade biscuits topped with jelly, jam, sausage gravy, or a fried egg are just about the best breakfast you’ll ever have. The best part is that biscuits are incredibly easy to make and freeze for later.