Moist Pan-Fried Fish
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- Mix cornstarch and herbs in a bowl, set aside.
- Whisk eggs with milk and cayenne until a butter-yellow color is achieved. Set aside.
- Dip each fish fillet half in egg mixture, let excess drip off. Then coat in cornstarch mix. Set on plates so they do not stick together.
- Melt about 1/2 a Tbsp of butter in a large skillet. Add 5 or 6 fillet halves. Add butter as needed to keep the coating from drying out.
- Cook until a deep golden color is achieved and fish is cooked through. It should flake easily.
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I made this for the first time last night. My husband liked it, and the flavor was good, but I will tweak the recipe if I ever make it again. I found that I threw out a TON of the egg mixture, but didn't have enough of the cornstarch stuff. Husband thought it was "too spicy" so I will double the starch but leave the herb quantities alone. All in all, a successful dinner. And it looked pretty.
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