Batter Fried Shark (From Strictly Business Fishing Charters)

This is a very light batter that could be used for any seafood. The recipe is from my brother-in-law's brothers' charter fishing business website. I tried it this week and it's my new seafood batter---can't wait to try it on onion rings!

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  • Cut shark filets into 1-inch chunks.
  • Combine flour, salt and baking powder.
  • Slowly add 1 cup water and vinegar.
  • Mix well.
  • Dip fish cubes into batter and drop into hot oil, 365 degrees.
  • Cook until golden brown.
  • Drain on absorbent paper towels.
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"This is a very light batter that could be used for any seafood. The recipe is from my brother-in-law's brothers' charter fishing business website. I tried it this week and it's my new seafood batter---can't wait to try it on onion rings!"
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  1. DPar6310
    We caught some shark on a fishing charter out of Port Aransas Texas, we did first marinade the shark in buttermilk as an old fisherman told us he always does this but this batter is wonderful. If we get any more shark we will be using this recipe again.
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  2. mailbelle
    This is a very light batter that could be used for any seafood. The recipe is from my brother-in-law's brothers' charter fishing business website. I tried it this week and it's my new seafood batter---can't wait to try it on onion rings!
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