|New England's Cooking Secrets|
|by Kathleen DeVanna Fish|
Fifty-seven great chefs and 171 kitchen-tested recipes celebrate the ocean-borne bounty of New England's contribution to world gastronomy.
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In a large ... 1 3/4 cups mix. To prepare fried fish: Dip fish ... and roll in coating mix. To cook, fry fish in hot oil (peanut oil best) until golden brown.
Combine ingredients. Store in airtight container. To use: Dip fish in buttermilk and roll in coating mix. Fry fish in 2-3 inches of oil.
*Lobster stock: Add ... With your hands mix the crab and ... the crab and fish is coated. Add ... shallow bowl and coat the crab cakes ... crab cakes. . Lindenbaum MD
Mix as many portions ... months. Use to coat fish, clams, oysters, ... for a thicker coating. Add water ... a more crunchy effect cook until dark brown.
Mix together; roll fish in it and fry in oil or add 1 beaten egg and enough beer to make medium batter. Dip fish and deep fry. Store unused mix in freezer.
Melt 1 stick ... one dish for fish and one dish ... in melted butter, coat with coating and put back ... for 45 minutes to 1 hour. Great on orange roughy.
Blend cereal to ... and add seasonings; mix well and add the oil, stirring to coat crumbs. Dip chicken or fish in water and then in coating. Keep unused mix in refrigerator in glass jar.
Mix well in large ... To cook chicken, fish or pork, dip ... egg, then in coating mix. Bake chicken ... pork chops at 400 degrees for 30 minutes (2 pounds).
Place crumbs in ... chicken, chops or fish in milk. Put ... 50 minutes. Fish takes less time. Recipe makes enough seasoned crumbs for about 15 servings.
1. Soak meat ... a small pan. Mix dry ingredients in ... sprinkle with flour. Coat with batter and fry (see below). Skin the fish and cut into ... malt vinegar and salt.
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