12 Reviews

I made this recipe on 4/11/09 for the " Spring PAC "event. Since my SO and I were having hot dogs,this batter was used to coat onion rings. I really enjoyed fact that there was no need for three seperate bowls to end up with a very delicate tasting coating. This recipe is even easy enough for a beginner cook. This " WILL " be made again. Thanks for posting and "Keep Smiling :)"

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Chef shapeweaver � April 12, 2009

Indeed, it's very thin. I tried it with sliced potatoes, onions, carrots and corn. Delicious! Reviewing this at real time as I'm eating this right now. :) Thanks!

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Pneuma June 29, 2008

First off, I'm not stalking you, Gerry--you just have WAY too many GREAT recipes, and I have to take advantage of them. That said, this batter lives up to your excellent recipe repertoire. It's like the kind served at restaurants, except now I know how to make it! Our family thanks you.

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ladyfingers April 10, 2008

Wow it is very light and fluffy. My family loves it. Thank you for sharing this delightful recipe.

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HisLiL_SpitFireChef November 12, 2007

Wow - fantastic. All my friends want a copy

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maidinafrica October 23, 2006

Absolutely delicious batter recipe Gerry! Light and crispy and so simple to whip up. I can't wait to try this with fish, veggies...the possiblities are endless. Thanks for a winner!

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~Leslie~ October 11, 2006

this recipe made a HUGe amount of batter. i made 2 pork tenderloin sandwiches and had so much batter left over i thought i'd try fresh onion rings and still had enough batter to make the whole thing again (i think). it cooked up perfectly and didn't separate from the meat - great recipe and the flavor didn't hide the flavor of the food. excellent batter!

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r_mess July 08, 2006

I rarely use my deep fryer ...... but decided on home-made "fish & chips" for dinner on Friday night! I cut some cod loins in portions before covering with this mixture. The result was a light, mild batter that allowed the flavour of the fish to dominate. My hubby claimed that dinner was better than the meal at Captain George's - also cheaper (LOL) - thanx Gerry!

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CountryLady May 29, 2006

I used this last night with some chicken strips I had. It was easy to make, you just have to remember to plan ahead a little. The chicken strips were wonderful, they fried up light, crispy and golden brown! Thanks for sharing this.

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Manitou_Blue February 23, 2005

I used this batter on some Orange Roughy filets. This is a light batter that is not over powering. Can't wait to try it on chicken and shrimp. Thanks Gerry999.

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Merlot January 07, 2005
Crispy Frying Batter