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Simple yet good inshore feast.

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Simple yet good inshore feast.

PostMon Jun 23, 2008 10:20 am

I'm not a fry type guy but after puttin' some trout and flounder in the bote this past weekend we mixed it up a little with some fried fish.

1. Clean the fish, get em in some milk 10 minutes before cooking.

2. While they're soaking mix up some beer batter: 1 bottle of dark beer (Newkie), 1 cup of flour and seasoning (salt and pepper for me) and whisk into a frenzy.

3. Get the oil to 375, take the fish from the milk, dry it with a towel, dip it in the batter and drop it into the oil. wait a few minutes, flip til it's golden brown.

4. Take out the fish, dry it off with a towel and let sit.

5. Rinse repeat.

BTW this makes for a great vidalia onion ring batter.


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Re: Simple yet good inshore feast.

PostMon Jun 23, 2008 10:51 am

Sound good and easy...

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