Ready in 10 minutes
Fish and chips, anyone? Consider this with cod, the classic fish and chips staple.
"I've done it many times. It's a success. But, everyone who does it should adjust the batter's ingredients because, as example, the quality of the four changes the consistence of the whole thing. Also it's necessary a lot of very hot oil."- LuizLima
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Mix dry ingredients, then add water and then vinegar...lastly, add the beaten egg. Mix to make a smooth batter. Dip the fish into a little extra flour then into the batter.
Then shallow or deep fry the fish.
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Aimeelady 1 month agoGood but something missing. Might do with cayenne pepper next time for more flavorsomeness since it was missing some of that.
peppy25 1 month agoWas delicious my husband loved it
Lucifera 9 months agoAwesome batter recipe! Came out golden and crispy. Ill add a bit more water next time for a thinner coating though.
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beccalawrence 12 months agoAwesome batter!!! I used beer instead of water turned out awesome and used the curry powder :) awesome
NazfiraAnriz 1 year agoI like this batter that my fried fish fillet turns out very crispy. I don't weigh the flour though. I use 1/2 cup flour to 3/4 cup water. Add chilli and curry powder too. Very delicious.
indikins 1 year agocame out golden and perfect. used with pollock and pan fried with vegetable oil. i was extremely impressed with this batter. added crushed red pepper and garlic to the dry ingredients to give it more flavor.
cliverobbo 1 year agoYou can add a bit more water which will create a thinner coating. The best batter recipe I've found so far. Fantastic!
Rottendrew 1 year agoJust like mom used to make
Yumstheword 1 year agoEasy to make and the kids liked it more than expected, I used cheap basa fillets and was just like bought fish and chips :)
ApronedAngel 1 year agoHaving a sudden desire for one of the staples from my root origin, fish and chips of Yorkshire (UK), I found this recipe last night and popped on the apron! One hour later I was serving crispy battered fish with sweet potato mash. My fellow diners loved the crisp lemon-peppered fish batter and hot white flaked fish, which to my surprise I agree this was a very tasty dish indeed (as an amateur chef, the serving phase is the real 'proof of the pudding'!) Some addition points on the recipe: 1. I used 500 gr / 17.6 oz of haddock fish fillets (labelled as églefin (FR) or schelvis (NL) in Belgium). This batter recipe coated the fillets very well, with enough left over to coat another 250 - 350 gr of fish fillets, in my opinion! 2. I added lemon pepper instead of salt and pepper 3. I used culinary white wine vinegar 4. I sieved the plain flour (Bio flour) first 5. I used a deep wok to shallow fry the battered fish in about 1.5cm / 0.6 ' depth of hot oil (pre-blend of 4 oils: rapeseed, linseed, olive and wheat germ oil) 6. I turned the fish several times in the wok to keep the fish batter consistently crisp! Be careful of the hot oil! It's good to buy responsibly and check the international fish stocks from time to time. Haddock is OK* for now, but it could change. *thefishsite.com/articles/893/haddock-stocks-in-the-north-sea I will use this recipe again next week, with a view to start modifying it with other ingredients, including Belgian beers (which I highly recommend for cooking!) Thanks again to the authors and editors for posting this recipe.
rere2 2 years agomy family enjoyed it very much. i liked the fish too.
Burntoacrisp 2 years agoGood recipe. Only thing I added was cornstarch, black pepper and sparkling water. Delicious!!
1977fh 2 years agoThank you me and my family love it thank you again
PrincessLala 2 years agoLiked it :) love the flavor
pbailey 3 years agovery simple and not quite what i remember as english styled fish batter. it was tasty though.
cheftr01 3 years agoGreat batter, had it for a tailgate party and everybody loved it.
JnastyNe 3 years agoSimple but delicious recipe.
Tepic 3 years agoThe kids absolutely loved this. Having them help make the batter and dip the fish really helped.
CCheryl 4 years agoHello Steve, how much is 120 grams of flour? like a cup hmmmm im lame in that dept. lol