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    here you go


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    I've got the small air fryer without the racks, so I can cook maybe 4 or 5 fillets at a time. We cooked some white bass fillets the other night, 14 to 18 minutes at 350 depending on fillet size/thickness.

    I simply coated mine with a light coating of mustard, and rolled them in Louisiana Fish Fry Lemon Pepper
    I did a light spray of olive oil
    Then cooked them

    The wife loved it and the kids loved it, so we'll definitely be doing that more often than getting out the oil fryer! It was so simple and easy. Probably going to have to upgrade to the bigger air fryer with how quickly that fish was eaten!

    Some people think the mustard is odd, but you don't taste it once cooked. BBQ guys use mustard in this manner to hold the seasoning on the meat while being smoked, works just the same way with frying fish or frying anything for that matter and is where I got the idea. Try it sometime! SOOOO much easier than the dipping in eggs and such.

    FYI - the Louisiana Fish Fry brand is AWESOME! I really love the spicy cajun flavor, but it's too hot for the wife and kids, they like the lemon pepper or the original flavor. After over 20+ years of trying so many different ones, Louisiana Fish Fry has been the best with Zatarains coming in at a close second and Kentucky Kernel in third, though the Kentucky Kernel is a little better suited to other meats like chicken, chops, or shrimp, but really good on fish too if you happen to be out of Louisiana Fish Fry.

    Thanks for the info guys! Glad I tried it!

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