Tried your Tilapia recipe tonight since we had a craving for fish and chips... l must say Uncle Bill we both agreed that it was really very good! I stayed true to your instructions, but cheated a little, I used my electric deep fryer instead. Added a photo, hope you don't mind.
My dh and I this for dinner tonight and we absolutely loved it. Complimented it with sliced tomatoes marinated in olive oil, balsamic vinegar, garlic, basil and oregano. We also had a wonderful salad with sunflower seeds, almonds and raspberries. Great dinner, I will definately make this again! :D
UNCLE BILL This is a delicious fish recipe, you really came up with a winner.. Everyone said it deserves more than 5 stars and i agree.. They all copied the recipe. Thanks for sharing. nita
I have always been a fan for beer battered fried fish. My only issue with this was that the breading did not come out as crispy as I usually like it, same as I would get it in a restaurant. So here is what I did to give it that crispiness that you expect at a restaurant, that isn't soggy. I followed the recipe but I increased the beer added another egg, and added Japanese style panko seasoned breadcrumbs. Before I added the breadcrumbs to the batter mix, I crushed up the breadcrums even smaller with a mortar and pestle. After they were "fine"enough, I put them in the batter mix and added the beer and mixed it up. I have been frying up Swai Fillets this way, Yummy
Absolutely the best deep fried fish - as good as any restaurant fish and chips! Made with vegetable oil and Budweiser beer. I used tilapia from Costco and it was very firm and white.
Great tasting recipe. Will use often. Thanks for posting.