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."
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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golfincanada 1y agoEasy to make with a good result but needs some spices added for more flavor.
tashancharles 2y ago
Aimeelady 2y agoGood but something missing. Might do with cayenne pepper next time for more flavorsomeness since it was missing some of that.
peppy25 2y agoWas delicious my husband loved it
Lucifera 2y agoAwesome batter recipe! Came out golden and crispy. Ill add a bit more water next time for a thinner coating though.
FullMetalBlonde 3y ago
beccalawrence 3y agoAwesome batter!!! I used beer instead of water turned out awesome and used the curry powder :) awesome
NazfiraAnriz 3y 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 3y 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 3y agoYou can add a bit more water which will create a thinner coating. The best batter recipe I've found so far. Fantastic!