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This is an excellent recipe. I used it for, salmon and sweet potato, fish and chips.

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catabrat March 06, 2003

Loved the recipe!! After I soak the halibut/lincod in the batter, I usually roll it in a Panko (Japanese style) bread crumbs and coconut mixture and then fry it. Delicious!!

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Chef "Little Nanuk" March 28, 2010

Awesome recipe! It worked great on cod as well. Was nice and crunchy but also light and not too rich! My kids loved it as well, so that's a big plus in my books! I did like one other person said, and added a bit more salt, and it was perfect.

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cmkkwollman June 21, 2009

This was delicious. We have tons of halibut from a fishing trip and I have tried many different ways to cook it. This was the best! Kind of like fish covered in a funnel cake.... mmmmm!

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elizabethfbeyer January 05, 2009

Fantastic recipe! Dh and I were thrilled. I added just alittle more salt to the batter after my first batch came out of the deep fryer and I tested it. lol I used chicken tenders but I will be making some fish soon and will use this recipe. Its wonderful !! :) Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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Marsha D. March 03, 2008

Yummy to the tummy!! This was great, I found using a paper bag to drain after frying was more effective with removing excess oils. Thanks a bunch!

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kitiekat7 May 30, 2006
Beer Batter for Halibut or Chicken