I've been making this recipe for years, and it's very good. I believe I clipped this recipe from the Tulsa World Newspaper in the 80's, but don't remember the origin. This is a nice change from fried catfish. You can use any fish, toss in some shrimp, green pepper, celery and fresh tomatoes are also good. Serve with rice. Posted for ZWT5.
Perhaps the most widely known island dish, Red Snapper Curaçao Style is usually served with funchi and fried plantains. One cook insists the menu be varied by replacing funchi with carrot rice. Look for my Recipe #363879.
From Rachel Ray's Website. I saw her make this on TV last week and thought it sounded yummy. I haven't tried it yet but wanted to save it somewhere safe as I am trying to incorporate more fish into my families diet.
My family loves fish & chips from the 'chippie'.....but recently it has become far too expensive & we have been dissapointed a few times by the quality of the food. So, here we have the recipe I came up with to satisfy the family when they fancy fish 'n' chips. You can use any white fish fillet you prefer. I like to cut mine into 5" strips so they cook quicker & fit a bit better in my small fryer! If you have any batter left over, it makes great onion rings too......
Here is a tried and true recipe that I have made many times since living here in the USA. It's the nearest to authentic British chip shop that you can get (apart from the parsley thats my take on this recipe)
My DH loves this meal and requests it often.
Yet another recipe from my mother-in-law, who is probably the best cook that I personally know. This is, hands down, our favourite way to eat salmon in our house - and we eat a lot of it! The spice portion can be doubled and stored for later - I typically double or triple the recipe and store it in an airtight jar so that it is available whenever I want it.
From the Australian Table magazine May 2007 edition. They state - Known in its native Russia as koulibiac, this filling dish may also be made with brioche dough instead of puff pastry. This pie is great served with light sour cream, flavoured with a little dill and a squeeze of lemon. Preparation times are estimated and cooking of rice not included, chill time included in passive time.
I saw Emril Lagasse make this on his show the other day and just had to try it.... It was just wonderful and I had to share it with my friends at the zaar.... It so easy and quick to put together.... Next time, I'm going to try it on the grill....
I was taught how to cook fish and chips by my mum when I was about 12 years old; we were living in Hong Kong at the time and it was my mum's way of treating us to a little bit of home as a treat! My mum had this recipe written down on the back of an old envelope stuck inside her Be-Ro cookbook from 1952 - I never use any other method now! One trick is to make sure that everything is prepared and assembled ready for frying takeoff!!! If you are cooking for two or more people, have your oven on with a lined tray to keep the fish and chips warm. If you really want to be totally authentic, cut up squares of greaseproof paper and sheets of newspaper - place the fish and chips onto the greaseproof paper and then into a sheet of newspaper. All you need now is a pickled onion, salt and MALT VINEGAR!
TIPS for CHIPS: I notice one reviewer had difficulty with the chips. Here are a few tips or tricks for chips: Make sure they are DRIED thoroughly. Make sure the fat is VERY hot - 190 degrees C. Certain potatoes are better for chipping, such as King Edwards, Desiree, Majestic, Maris Piper, and Romano. You can soak the chips for an hour before the first frying - it extracts excess starch, which helps in the "crisping" process! Always drain them thoroughly before serving. I hope these tips will help!
This beloved recipe, which has been in my family for decades, is great for making authentic English-Style Fish & Chips. It also makes excellent onion rings or zucchini squash "half-moons." Be sure and plan your fish fry in advance as this batter requires a few hours refrigeration.
There is nothing fancy about this but if your looking for a crispy coating without any deep-frying this is about as good as it gets, If your skillet is not large enough to hold all of the fish, then transfer to a baking sheet that has been coated with oil, only dry breadcrumbs or the coating will not adhere to the fish --- cooking time is for oven only, if desired any large fish fillet can be replaced for the cod, all seasoning my be adjusted to taste
I know there are already several recipes here, but this is the way I fix mine. I needed a calorie count, so here is another salmon patty recipe. I like to serve this with Recipe #100526. Posted September 2, 2005.