White Fish Fritters

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  • Mix flour, baking powder and salt into a bowl.
  • Add egg and sufficient milk to mix to a smooth batter.
  • Dip pieces of fish in mixture and fry in a large frying pan until golden on both sides.
  • Drain on absorbent paper and serve with lemon.

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  1. mianbao
    This is a good basic batter for fish. I think it is necessary to fry the pieces of fish until they are golden, as the recipe says. Otherwise, they might get soggy. I had more batter than I needed so I made fried onion rings. They are good, too. Edited to add that I think the amount of fish given in this recipe is incorrect. I think one fillet per diner, with this batter being enough for about 4, would work better. I will use this batter again.


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