Pan Fried Whiting Fish

"You can use other flat fish such as flounder or sole. I have found whiting to have little to no small while cooking. Best served with my recipe # 516674 Sweet Dilly Tartar sauce. We also enjoy serving this fish with Alexia Smart Classic Roasted Straight Cut Fries. The prep time includes the time the fish needs to sit in the refrigerator after breading"
 
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Ready In:
40mins
Ingredients:
11
Yields:
1 pieces
Serves:
2
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directions

  • In shallow dish mix panko bread crumbs and seasonings together. In other shallow dish whisk eggs and Crystal hot sauce. Dip fish in eggs turning fish over and over 3 times. Then dip fish in panko bread crumbs turning twice and patting the bread crumbs into each fillet. Sit on a plate. Once all fish are breaded cover with plastic wrap and place in refrigerator for 15 minutes.
  • Heat oil/butter over high heat until bubbling (approx 1 1/2 - 2 minutes). Add half the fillets and turn to medium high heat. Cook fish 3 1/2 - 4 minutes per side making sure it turns a nice golden brown color.
  • Remove from pan and place on paper towel covered plate to drain. Serve with condiment of your choice. We prefer my Sweet Dilly Tartar Sauce recipe # 516674.

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<p>I'm a native Floridian. I love to cook and since going on disability a few years back I'm able to spend more time in kitchen. I love to experiment in the kitchen. I worked in communications for the majority of my working career with a short stint in banking right out of high school while in college. My elderly mother and I live together with 3 dogs. I worked with a dog rescue for many years but had to give it up due to health reasons. My mother has to be the all time champion picky eater so it's hard to please her. My screen name comes from the best dog I've ever owned...Tabasco</p>
 
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