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from NY, USA 4 pieces of tilapia filet 1 cup flour 1 cup dry bread crumbs or more as needed salt, pepper and other seasonings of choice 2 large eggs 1/2 cup beer, lager or ale, cold from the refrigerator oil to fry The following is how I fry fish. We enjoy the taste and the texture. In a bowl mix eggs and beer. Have another plate with seasoned flour and another plate of bread crumbs. Dip fish filets into egg-beer mixture, then roll in flour, dip into egg mixture again and lastly roll into breadcrumbs. Fry in hot oil, turning only once until browned on each side and fish is fork tender. Place filets on paper toweling to absorb any excess oil. Mix any remaining flour, breadcrumbs and egg-beer mixture into a batter. Fry spoonfuls of the batter in hot oil until puffed and golden on each side. Serve along with the fish. Serves 2 to 4.

Fried Tilapia


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from NY, USA

4 pieces of
tilapia filet
1 cup
flour
1 cup
dry bread crumbs or more as needed
salt, pepper and other seasonings of choice
2 large
eggs
1/2 cup
beer, lager or ale, cold from the refrigerator
oil to
fry

The following is how I
fry fish. We enjoy the taste and the texture.

In a bowl mix
eggs and beer. Have another plate with seasoned flour and another plate of bread crumbs.
Dip
fish filets into egg-beer mixture, then roll in flour, dip into egg mixture again and lastly roll into breadcrumbs. Fry in hot oil, turning only once until browned on each side and fish is fork tender. Place filets on paper toweling to absorb any excess oil. Mix any remaining flour, breadcrumbs and egg-beer mixture into a batter. Fry spoonfuls of the batter in hot oil until puffed and golden on each side. Serve along with the fish. Serves 2 to 4.



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from New York, United States wrote:0  0

i used corn meal after flour and eggs. yummmmy! thanks for sharing.
5 starsJuly 19, 2007


from Park Forest, United States wrote:3  2

Excellent Recipe
5 starsAugust 24, 2004


from Trevose, PA, United States wrote:5  3

my fiance LOVED it...he couldnt wait to take some for lunch. My one yr old son didnt want to use his fork it was so good. He kept saying meat.
5 starsMay 4, 2004


from Marlborough, MA, United States wrote:4  2

Sorry for not commenting sooner. I wanted to try it first. My wife wants me to prepare flounder the same way. Why not?
5 starsFebruary 25, 2004


from Indianapolis, IN, United States wrote:2  2

I am trying this tonight, I have never double dipped the fish, this may be the secret I've been missing! THANKS
5 starsJuly 19, 2003


 
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