|The Brown County Cookbook|
|by Marynor Jordan|
"From Beanblossom to Gnawbone, recipes have been gathered to show the true character of Brown County.
1 - 10 of 236 for battered fish
Make a batter by stirring together ... one hour. Cut fish into 4 to ... will be soggy. Serve with lemon wedges, French fries, tartar sauce and cole slaw!
In a large ... heavy pancake like batter, it must ... drip off the fish so easily. Add ... tarter sauce, lemon wedges, and malt vinegar. Northwest Oregon
To prepare the fish, first toast ... a minute to stand. Then, when done, drizzle this sauce over the fish and you are sure to have a delicious dinner:).
Separate eggs. Beat ... all ingredients together and beat only until smooth. Dip fish in flour, then dip into tempura batter. Fry in hot oil. Serves 4.
Sift all flour, ... have a smooth batter. Gently fold ... or the air will be lost from the egg white. Coat fish with flour, dip in batter and deep fry.
Set stove to 350°F. Get fish dip it into ... Do not wet the pancake mix until you add the salt. Fry the fish into the oil (any kind) and enjoy your fish.
1. Heat, deep-fryer to 375°F (190°C). Place the flour in a shallow baking pan, and stir in 1 teaspoon of salt and 1 teaspoon of pepper. In a medium ...
Mix dry ingredients. Add water and mix well. Use to coat fish or chicken filets. Cover the fish completely. Deep fry until a nice golden brown.
To Prepare Medley: ... aside. To Prepare Fish: In a ... water. Stir until batter is smooth. Add ... platter and top with warm medley sauce. Makes 2 servings.
Check fillets to ... Dip fillets in batter and deep fry ... 4 minutes). Remove to rack to drain, then place in single layers on paper towels. Serve hot.
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