4 Reviews

My buddy and I caught a dozen jumbo yellow perch (like walleye) out of Mille Lacs Lake and his little Mrs. had this batter ready when we got home. She adapted a few things (used Panko for the breading, and didn't oven-bake them, but fried them and they were fantastic! The horseradish and cayenne pepper gave it that tangy bite and the fish were really crunchy - even the next day when we snacked on the leftovers.

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Chef J Bell March 07, 2011

I made this cutting it down for just DH and I and using cod...delicious! I did add a few panko crumbs to the fresh bread crumbs for a little more crunch but otherwise I followed the instructions. Loved the horseradish and cayenne pepper in this but it wasn't overpowering. Definately one we will make again and again. Made for Spring Pick a Chef 2011 Orphanage.

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mama smurf April 06, 2011

This was good, but of course does not stay crunchy when you reheat it. If you like fried fish and are looking for a baked alternative, this is the recipe for you.

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Scrivener1 March 16, 2010

Nice and crunchy as promised. I had a bit of a problem finding white fish 1 inch thick, but lucked out in the end. Couldn't see, in my minds eye, this recipe lending itself to salmon. I used wholewheat bread, as I don't buy white. Followed the instructions closely and the result was delicious. Made for TYM Tag Game. :(

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Lori Mama October 29, 2009
Super Crunchy Oven Fried Fish That Will Knock Your Socks Off!