|The Family Gourmet|
|by Frances Osborne|
This complete cookbook covers your meal from beginning to end: from appetizers to desserts, from simple to complex, gourmet to home-style.
Results 1 - 9 of 9 for halibut batter
Cut halibut in 2-quart squares. Roll in batter. A pinch of sugar in batter will help brown. Deep fry until brown.
Mix beer with pancake mix to make batter. Should be ... to taste. Cut halibut steaks to cubes ... newspaper to drain. Mix ketchup and horseradish for sauce.
Make batter according to package ... Valley Ranch as a dip. This fish is just like Long John Silvers. May also substitute boneless, skinless chicken for fish.
Mix krusteaz and ... make a thin batter. Season to taste. Dip halibut chunks in batter, then into potato flakes, coating well. Deep fry until golden brown.
At least 2 halibut steaks, dice in ... 1. Mix a batter from Bisquick. Add ... enough to cover steaks entirely. Cook until golden brown; drain on paper towel.
To serve 4. ... pieces into the batter, rolling for ... degrees for 4 to 8 minutes. Drain on paper towel. Remove loose pieces of batter from fryer regularly.
1. Cut fish ... then dip in batter. 6. Fry ... and sprinkle with coarse salt. Serve with vinegar. NOTE: Sounds fussy, but it really isn't. Serves 4 to 6.
Batter-fried fish fillets ... content, use yogurt in place of sour cream. FOR 2 SERVINGS: Half of the ingredients. FOR 8 SERVINGS: Double the ingredients.
Cut fillets in to 2 inch squares. Make a batter by mixing dry ... pieces at a time until golden brown. Drain. Serves 4 - 6. Serve with salt and lemon wedges.
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