|by Sarah Ford|
It's perhaps the perfect fish: widely popular, immensely flavorful, and a versatile ingredient for cooks.
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Make a batter by stirring together ... Stir in baking soda and let stand ... be soggy. Serve with lemon wedges, French fries, tartar sauce and cole slaw!
Pour beer and seltzer water or soda into the bowl ... only until mixed. Batter may still be ... baskets lined with paper towels. Great with batter-fried fish.
Separate eggs. Beat ... all ingredients together and beat only until smooth. Dip fish in flour, then dip into tempura batter. Fry in hot oil. Serves 4.
Mix dry ingredients. Add water and mix well. Use to coat fish or chicken filets. Cover the fish completely. Deep fry until a nice golden brown.
Sift all flour, ... flour. Gradually add soda water, mixing constantly, until you have a smooth batter. Gently fold ... flour, dip in batter and deep fry.
LESS STIRRING MAKES BETTER BATTER. In a ... enough to mix. Allow batter to rest for 20 to 30 minutes. Then cook 'em on the griddle. Makes 6 to 8 pancakes.
Mix above ingredients. Dip filleted fish in batter, then deep fat fry the fillets.
Add water to desired consistency similar to pancakes. Coat fish fillets and deep fry.
Mix above. Add ... a medium thin batter. (Do not get too thin.) Dip vegetables and French fry in hot oil until golden brown. (Delicious with cauliflower!)
Mix flour and salt. Mix baking soda and vinegar. Stir vinegar mixture and soda or beer into flour mixture. Beat until smooth. Dip fish fillets in batter.
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