|British Columbia Wine Country|
|by John Schreiner|
In the tradition of WASHINGTON WINE COUNTRY comes a glorious look at British Columbia's wine industry.
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Coat fish with flour; set ... powder, salt, eggs, beer and 1/2 cup ... Dip fish into batter, allowing excess ... brown on both sides. Drain on paper towels.
In a large ... of flour and beer, mixing until ... heavy pancake like batter, it must ... drip off the fish so easily. Add ... and malt vinegar. Northwest Oregon
Mix all ingredients. Wash and dry fish (pat with towel). ... fish pieces in batter; fry briefly ... ingredients as needed so it doesn't get too thick or too thin.
Beat the egg, then beat in beer. Whisk in ... pan to cover fish, but no ... flour and then batter. Lower into ... puffy. Drain. Approximately 4 servings.
Beat egg yolk and beer with dash of ... to stir until batter is smooth. Stir ... and fold into batter. Dip fish chunks into batter and deep fry until done.
This version uses ... degrees. Lightly coat fish with the 3-4 ... salt, egg and beer until smooth. Dip fish in batter, letting excess ... on each side. Drain.
Mix egg, cup of flour and beer thoroughly, the batter should be thin. Take fillets of fish (must be the ... fillets, those already fried may be kept warm in a moderately heated oven.
5 to 8 ... stir up your batter. It has ... corn meal with beer to a medium ... hot, deep oil. Fish will float, turn ... Eat while hot. 25 to 30 fillets.
Combine baking mix, beer, garlic salt, ... bowl. Dip cleaned fish fillets in batter. Fry in ... brown. Drain on absorbent towels. Serve hot. 4 servings.
Combine baking mix, beer, garlic salt, ... bowl. Dip cleaned fish fillets in batter. Fry in ... until golden brown. Drain on absorbent towels. Serve hot.
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