Top Rated Beer Batter Recipes

Simple Beer-Battered Rockfish Tacos
This simple and delicious recipe for beer-battered rockfish tacos is courtesy of Sitka Salmon Shares.
View Recipe
4.5
Onion rings are good year round, but I tend to crave heavier foods during the colder winter months. Having eaten at shameful high number of chain restaurants in my childhood, I particularly enjoy the slightly sweet, zesty horseradish dipping sauce that often accompanies onion rings. This horseradish-blue cheese dip is my take on that sauce. Click here to see the Food Porn Q&A with Amanda Simpson.
View Recipe
4
Served with Aioli or Ponzu Sauce (the latter made two days in advance), this recipe is a real crowd-pleaser. Ask the market to peel, devein, and butterfly the shrimp for you.The key to a light batter is combining the right amount of flour and cornstarch. If you add too little cornstarch, the batter will be thick and cakey; too much and the batter will absorb too much oil and become soggy.Adapted from “Welcome to Michael’s” by Michael McCarty. Click here to see Oscar Night Cocktail Party Menu.
View Recipe
4
Beer, barbeque, fried snacks, and finger foods are all standards for gameday get-togethers. This recipe is what happens when everything is thrown together into one dish. Crispy, beer-battered chicken with a tangy barbeque dipping sauce (also made with beer)!  
View Recipe
3.444445
Crispy Cheddar Mashed Potato Puffs
These crispy potato puffs are like a loaded baked potato in your hand. Sour cream, chives, bacon, Cheddar cheese, and smooth mashed potatoes — it’s all right there in one tasty bite.This recipe is courtesy of Borden Cheese.
View Recipe
3.333335
Michael Ferraro serves up these corn dogs at plenty of potlucks and parties, because they're quick and easy. And while this recipe is specifically football friendly with its beer-infused batter, "try using merguez sausage with truffles next time," Ferraro says. It'll be one classy shindig. Recipe from Delicatessen.
View Recipe
3
Fish & Chips with Fried Pickles
By
In 1860, Joseph Malin, a Jewish immigrant from Eastern Europe, opened the first fish-and-chips shop in London’s East End. There are now well over 8,000 such shops in Britain. Some of my happiest memories are of afternoons I’ve spent with friends, eating fish and chips in a British pub and watching soccer. At home, I fry my fish in a beer batter seasoned with Old Bay. And instead of just passing a bottle of malt vinegar, I serve a tarragon–malt vinegar mayonnaise and fried pickles. If you can’t find halibut when you’re shopping, you can substitute cod, haddock, or whiting and get equally delicious results. Excerpted from MARCUS OFF DUTY: THE RECIPES I COOK AT HOME © 2014 by Marcus Samuelsson. Reproduced by permission of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights reserved. Click here for more of our Best Fish Recipes.
View Recipe
3
These delicious and authentic Crispy Fish Tacos will take you to the streets of Mexico right in your very own kitchen.Click here for more of our best taco recipes.
View Recipe
2.25