6 Reviews

I never batter fish, and was surprised how tasty and easy this was to make. Make sure your fish is dry before trying to batter. Just blot fish on paper towels before dipping in batter.

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Chef ChiSox#1 October 05, 2010

This beer batter is SUPERB. I know this says it serves six but two of us ate all of the fish since it was so good! I doubled all spices except the salt. Be sure to dry off the fish well before coating with batter, so it sticks well. This is a quick and easy recipe that I'll make again!

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FLKeysJen June 07, 2008

This was fantastic. The only thing I'd like to figure out is how to make the batter stick to the fist better. We also cut up a sweet onion and made a batch of onion rings with the left over batter.

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FlavaQueen May 06, 2010

These were so very good! The recipe was great, though I did double the spices as others had suggested. Also used a mango-pineapple salsa to complement the fish. Yum! Can't wait to make these again. Thank you for posting.

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McGelby October 27, 2009

Absolutely wonderful! Flavorful and easy! I followed the advice of the other reviewer and doubled the spices since we like a lot of spice and it turned out great! I made homemade coleslaw (cabbage, carrots, yogurt, garlic salt, onion salt, vinegar and a little mayo) to put on top and served it with corn tortillas. Batter was nice and easy to make and turned out very light. I will use this recipe again for sure!

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Irishgal523 July 21, 2009
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