|by Emily Luchetti|
Stars has long been a mecca of good eating in the San Francisco Bay area, and one of its major attractions has been its wonderful desserts.
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To prepare the fish, first toast your bread until is crispy golden brown all the way through. Then, place your bread in the food processor. Add the ...
In bowl stir together cornstarch, flour, salt, baking powder and pepper. Add water and egg, stir until smooth. Dip vegetables and deep fry.
Stir together first ... Dip crawfish in batter and fry 2 ... batter can be made even better by omitting the water and adding 1/3 cup beer. Serves 4 to 6.
Marinate prepared soft-shell crawfish in buttermilk for at least 3 hours. After marinating, dip crawfish in batter and deep fry until golden brown.
In bowl stir ... a time, into batter. Stir batter ... leaves and 1 clove garlic, minced. BEER BATTER: Follow basic recipe. Omit water. Add 1/3 cup cold beer.
Beat egg. Add dry ingredients, then water. Mixture should be thin. Dip fish/vegetables. Deep fry in peanut oil. Keep warm on platter.
Mix together. Stir until smooth. Dip small chunks of cod into batter and deep fry until golden brown at 375 degrees. May be dipped into following sauces.
Stir together first ... Dip vegetables into batter (stir batter occasionally) ... minced garlic. Follow basic recipe. Omit water, add 1/3 cup COLD beer.
In bowl stir together first 5 ingredients. Add water and egg. Stir until smooth. Pour 1 quart oil into large skillet to depth 12/ inch filling up ...
Mix all together. This works well for vegetables, calamari, fish and skinless chicken chunks. Fry at 375 degrees.
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