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Anybody out there have a good fish fry recipe?


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Anybody out there have a good fish fry recipe?


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Equal parts of the following:

Shorelunch Cajun recipe
Saltine crackers (smashed to bits)
Bisquick

I also like to add some garlic salt to this mix. Normal dip in egg wash and then this batter and you will have a nice thin crispy coating.
 
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Thank to all! str8dog I sent you an email. Thanks!


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My son suggests the following:

Use a firm white fleshed fish such as flounder.

Mix flour, salt, pepper, paprika and cracker meal and place on a plate.

Also have a plate of all purpose flower and an egg wash (eggs mixed with a little water and beaten lightly)

Drege the fish in the egg wash and then into the flour then into the egg wash again and into the flour mixture.

Fry in oil (he uses peanut oil) until browned and then turn carefully so as not to disturb the coating.
Drain on paper towels and serve hot with lemon wedges.


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Here in Buffalo NY every tavern and restaraunt serves beer battered fish fry's every Friday.
It is an old tradition here and everyone has their favorite.
Here is a typical recipe.
http://www.tavernchef.com/2011...r-battered-fish-fry/
 
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Now Littoines you are making me homesick!


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STR8dog bombed me with some fish coating, fried up some Haddock tonight, it was heavenly! TAHNK YOU


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Fish fry at Chateau Str8dog tonight as well!
Glad you enjoyed.
Hope you found the cigars I packed in there for you too!


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Had a fish fry thrown down versus my wife with the coating mix that STR8dog sent. The family judged...and I won! Thanks dog! I sent you something back.


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Do you want to fry your neat fish or want to fry into some pieces?
first weight your one pound fish fillets, such as haddock, tilapia, cod, and any more.
oil for deep frying,
1/2 cup flour,
salt and pepper to taste,
1/4 teaspoon paprika
and then tray for Preparation,
your fish will be ready in some moments taste your fish.
 
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elcaribe PM me your address and I'll send you something that will win round 2
 
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Do you want to fry your neat fish or want to fry into some pieces?
first weight your one pound fish fillets, such as haddock, tilapia, cod, and any more.
oil for deep frying,
1/2 cup flour,
salt and pepper to taste,
1/4 teaspoon paprika
and then tray for Preparation,
your fish will be ready in some moments taste your fish.

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Southern Fried Catfish Nuggets:

Cut Catfish filets into 2x2 chunks

Mix the following:
1cup flour
1 cup cornmeal
1/2 cup Tony Chachere Creole Seasoning

Dip the catfish chunks in milk 1st. Add the chunks to the mix, take them out and fry em up (Best in a deep fryer). I usually fry them for a few minutes.


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