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    Default Best batter for frying?

    Hi all!!! Just caught a good mess of Lake Eufaula crappie But realized I havenít fried these things in several years. Can any of you give me a good batter recipe. Thanks in advance, pictures coming soon


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    I like the Louisiana Fish Fry varieties the best, especially the lemon pepper and the cajun though the rest of my family finds the cajun too spicy. I've found that if you coat the fillets with a thin coat of regular mustard, the breading will stick much better and you can't taste the mustard once cooked. BBQ/smoker guys do this mustard trick with their spices and such on their meat, same concept. Most Walmarts have the Louisiana Fish Fry brand, if it's not in the cooking aisle check by the seafood counter.

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    One of my favorite fried recipes for a little extra taste:

    1) Marinate your filets with a mustard and Tabasco (or hot sauce of choice to your heat tolerance) for about 10-15 minutes.

    2) Add garlic powder/salt, pepper, & salt/season all to plain Louisiana Fish Fry (can add a little regular cornmeal if you like it coarser). Coat filets well & shake off excess meal.

    3) Fry in 340-375 degree oil for 3 min or so (depending on filet size or if cut up in nuggets). Donít overcook!

    Mmmmm, yummmm!!


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    We batter up, spice up, doctor up catfish fillets. Corn meal and little salt does relly good on crappie fillets

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    50/50 mix of corn meal and flour, season fish with salt,lemon pepper,garlic powder, get grease hott and enjoy

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    This is my go-to for all fried fish.

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    I use famous andys all the kinds. crappie r soft so I like o cut them into trips lengthwise. makes lil fish curly fries. a splash of "dales" on the fish before shaking in batter adds a zip also.
    did you see the size of that thing


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    I love this stuff. I have to order online. I just keep a big bag in freezer.
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