Frog legs are yummy and easy to cook they are, after all, just meat. One good way is to dip in beaten egg and milk batter, roll in flour and corn meal mixture and fry gently. They are delicate and easy to over cook. They have always been much better fresh than frozen. If your in the woods just rub with oil, salt and pepper them and cook over the fire on a stick. Bull frogs are best but leopard frogs are good if they are big.
The way we are taught to do it in survival school is to hunt with a flashlight and catch them by hand. Snap both legs at the knee and drop them in a shopping bag. Boil whole with some jungle veg such as cilantro and ferns and a little salt all in a bamboo stem.
I've never hunted frog except in a jungle and on a survival refresher course. In some places people may not be chuffed with your doing their knees.
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