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Mix egg, pancake mix and 7-Up together well. Dip thin fish fillets, which have been coated with pancake batter (shake both in ... paper towels to drain.
Set stove to 350°F. Get fish dip it into ... Do not wet the pancake mix until you add the salt. Fry the fish into the oil (any kind) and enjoy your fish.
Mix together pancake flour, egg, milk, ... according to taste. Batter coats 1 1/2 ... of fillets. Pat fish fillets dry on ... fillets halfway through cooking.
Soak fish in enough buttermilk ... 5 minutes. Mix pancake mix with enough ... floured fillets in batter, letting excess ... oven until all fish are fried.
Use your discretion for the right thickness of the batter to remain coated.
Use amount of pancake mix according to amount of fish to be fried. Add beer ... too thin; coat fish and fry in hot oil. Best for walleye, pike, or bass.
Make a batter by combining the ... teaspoon of the fish sauce, half the ... Cover and turn the heat down to medium; cook, covered for 2 minutes. 6 servings.
Dry fillets and ... Mix biscuit (or pancake mix), egg, salt and beer. Dip fish in batter and let excess ... alcohol in the beer evaporates in the cooking.
Pour oil into ... bowl take the pancake mix and slowly ... to make the batter into a soup-like ... Drop pieces of fish into the batter ... Drain on paper towels.
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.
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