|Puerto Rican Cookery|
|by Carmen Aboy Valldejuli|
Now in its 15th printing, Puerto Rican Cookery has become the standard reference on traditional native cookery (cocina criolla).
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Mix and store in covered container.
Blend cereal to ... 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.
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.
In a large ... mix. To prepare fried fish: Dip fish in buttermilk and roll in coating mix. To cook, fry fish in hot oil (peanut oil best) until golden brown.
Combine all ingredients ... container. Use this as a coating when frying or baking fish. You can use this by itself or dip fish in milk or buttermilk first.
Thaw fish, if frozen. ... minutes per side for 1" thick fillets). Turn carefully. Fry until golden and fish flakes easily with a fork. Drain on paper towels.
Mash or mix together fish, egg, butter, ... parsley, and potatoes. Form into cakes and coat with bread crumbs. Brown both sides in oil. Yields: 1 dozen.
Fried vegetables and shrimp. ... devein shrimp. Mix coating ingredients in bowl and stir until smooth. Coat vegetables, shrimp and fish in coating. Fry ... soy sauce or ketchup.
Moisten meat pieces ... about the same. Fish will cook in ... meat you are coating. For barbecued ... powder, a few drops of liquid smoke, and onion powder.
Line bottom of ... put in the fish. Add enough ... crumbs. Heat oil in skillet and sauté the cakes until golden brown on all sides. Drain on paper towel.
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