|The Corn Cook Book|
|by Elizabeth O. Hiller|
Compiled and arranged by Elizabeth O. Hiller, the same Domestic Economics teacher/principal who compiled and arranged the Volland calendars of rec...
Tip: Try flour fish batter for more results.
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Mix together. Mix well. Dip vegetables or fish in batter. Allow excess to drip off. Fry in hot oil. Very good!
Preheat oil to 350 degrees. Add flour, 2 egg ... 2 tablespoons of corn oil; set aside. ... stiff; fold into batter. Add dash ... and scallions. Dip fish in batter. Fry ... slide; drain and serve.
Using small amount of mixture on waxed paper or foil. Dip fish in buttermilk. Let drip, then roll in meal mixture. Fry as usual or in deep fat.
Mix above ingredients. Dip filleted fish in batter, then deep fat fry the fillets.
Mix all together for thick batter. Coat fish in batter. Fry in hot oil until golden brown.
Combine above ingredients to make a medium batter. Dip fish into batter and ... off. Roll into corn flake crumbs and ... Good batter for onion rings too.
Combine all ingredients except fish. Coat fish with flour first and then dip into batter and fry in hot fat (375 degrees) until tender and brown.
Also will need: Put all ingredients for the batter in a bowl, ... golden brown on both sides. Drain. Serve with Sweet Tomato Relish. (Jersey City-First)
Mix first five ... well again. Let batter stand 15 to 20 minutes. Place fish on a platter; ... in hot oil or shortening (350 degrees) 2 to 3 inches deep.
Cut the fillets ... This tenderizes the fish. Cover and ... dip lightly in flour to coat evenly. ... give you a batter the consistency of ... each side. Serves 4-6.
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