Top Rated Beer-Battered Fish Recipes

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Heat vegetable oil (1 1/2 in.) in heavy pan. Lightly coat fish with 3 to 4 T. Bisquick. Mix 1 cup Bisquick, salt,egg and beer until smooth. dip fish into batter, letting excess drip into bowl. Fry until golden brown, about 2 minutes on each side; ...
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Betty Crocker
Fishing fans in the family? This is a scrumptious (and easy) way to fix their catch!
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www.epicurean.com
1 In a large bowl, mix together flour, salt, baking powder, and black pepper. Add beer, milk, and eggs; mix well. 2 Place fish fillets in batter mixture, coat well, and let stand for 15 minutes. 3 Heat deep fryer to 375 degrees F. Place fish in hot ...
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Elaine Magee, Cooking Light APRIL 2002
Serve with malt vinegar and Garlic Fries for a healthier version of fish and chips.
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Cooking Light DECEMBER 2009
Use Alaskan cod in this dish. Serve with malt vinegar.
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henrie
Servings depend on how much you decide to fry.
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Kittencalskitchen
A long time favorite I have used for over 25 years, plan ahead the batter needs to sit for one hour before using - the amounts listed will be enough for 2 pounds of fish, you may double but make certain to prepare two separate recipes in two bowls, do not double into one bowl as the batter will not be as good - you may wish to add in 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder and paprika to the flour mixture for extra flavor and for a little heat add in a pinch of cayenne pepper :)
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Crafty Lady 13
This recipe is from a local tavern that is well known for their beer battered fish. This recipe makes a thick, fluffy batter that even non-fish eaters like myself will like.
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Chef Sunshine
This is a great beer batter fish recipe, and is very easy to do. We often fish all day with friends, and then cook the fish afterwards out on deck. Yummy and great!
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wicked cook 46
This is a combo of recipes and then my own added twist of using ginger beer. It gives a very slight warmth . Halibut is listed but use any fish you like battered. I have used tilapia. NOTE: the recipe calls for a 296 ml bottle of ginger beer approx 12 ounces or 1 1/4 cup. DO NOT just toss the whole amount of ginger beer in since flour brands and weather can make flour somewhat unpredictable. LOL I add about 3/4of the amount and then slowly add more until I get a good coating consistency. Batter should be slightly runny. Try not to overmix since it can lead to a tough and not crispy coating. I also dredge the fish in cornstarch instead of flour . Can't remember where I read to do this but what a difference. Can also add a dash of chili or cayenne. Cook and prep times are approximate
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Recipes Network
Beer Batter Fish Fry
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