31 Reviews

Excelent. Made as written. Wife loved it

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khill29 December 30, 2009

This was a basic fish & chips recipe, but a good one. I only did the fish part of the recipe & it turned out great. This will become my standard recipe from now on.

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deepfreeze August 26, 2009

Loved the batter!The vinegar/bicarbonate soda really makes a huge difference,great substitute for adding beer/lager as most recipes suggested.I however added some paprika to the flour/salt mixture to season it better besides black pepper.Definitely a keeper.Thank you so much for sharing!

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Frauneimeyer April 19, 2009

Very good Recipe! I'm not really a big fish person so I'm not the best reviewer here but my friend who i made it for loved it. I used Tilapia as that is what the store had. The Batter had a good light taste. Make sure you follow the directions! I did not mix the ingreediants in proper order, so I redid it and there really was a big difference in batter texture. (off course most people probably actually read the recipe better than me lol)

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PickleLover March 25, 2009

OMG this was such a good recipe. i even impressed the hubby. he came in and saw the fish and got out pickles and onion slices. so we had fried pickles and onion rings. SOOOOOO GOOOOOD!

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ashleystewart7 February 23, 2009

THIS is the recipe I've been looking for! I've never done a fish fry before but the BF was BEGGING me to make the attempt...After searching a bajillion batter-type recipes I finally found THIS one that mercifully relies on a more BASIC set of ingredients instead of beer (yu-uck)...Once I got the hang of the actual frying technique LOL it was SUPERB...The only thing I can add is that you MUST be sure to pat your fish VERY dry...If you don't, the batter will literally SLIDE off your fish the moment the oil vigorously bubbles LOL...But once you've gotten the hang of that part, you are going to be eating the yummiest fried fish you've EVER had! NO tartar sauce necessary! YUM! Thank you for sharing this recipe! It's the bomb!

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Cookin'withGas December 12, 2008

This is a very nice fish batter. Very crispy and light. Thanks for posting.

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gwynn June 04, 2008

Great fish frying recipe. The batter was light and crunchy with just a little more seasoning of the fish prior to battering up, it was simply delightful. Thanks for posting this recipe.

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Tasty Buds March 19, 2008

i really hate to put a damper on things here but this recipe was tasteless for lack of a better word. i fried up a test piece of fish before frying up the whole batch and i'm glad i did. the fish looked just gorgeous, btu i ended up putting in lots more salt, garlic powder, pepper, and cayenne and it still needed something more. i blew my diet for this one and i wish i hadn't, definitely wasn't worth it, sorry.

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MuddyMommaPottery March 07, 2008
Classic Fish and Chips