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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Adams View Post
    No batter at my house!!
    Straight up breading.
    Fish patted dry with paper towel.
    Andy’s breading (white and maybe some red mixed in or Kentucky seasoned flour). Most of time just white Andy’s.
    10 inch iron skillet with about 2 to 3 inches of vegetable oil.
    Simple and perfect around my house.
    I would like to try the fish tacos I’ve seen members post.
    Chuck


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    cut your fillets length wise into strips if you want to make tacos .....
    strips of crispy fried crappie in a taco are about .....THE BOMB !
    sum kawl me tha outlaw ketchn whales
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    Straight yellow corn meal with salt/pepper or Tony Chachere's with nothing added. I do occasionally dip the fillets in a diluted white vinegar/water solution before breading for a little extra zest. Grilling steaks, crappie fillets on aluminum foil with salt/pepper and parmeson cheese on top "usually never make it inside the house".

    Hungry for fish already this morning. Geeeeeze.......
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    This is probably mostly a Md thing, but if I'm mixing a seafood seasoning it's gonna have some Old Bay in it.
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    I grew up in New Orleans but love Old Bay seasoning too. It's not just for Maryland anymore...............got to share right. Old Bay has numerous applications but my main use is poaching very large crappie fillets to make a warm Crappie dip.
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    I have started dabbling with old Bay and like it. Wonderful on steamed shrimp.
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    I mostly just used the yellow cornmeal add a touch of flour. If I want the fillets more crisper then i will dip the fillets in mustard before the meal will make the fillets more crisper.
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    yellow 1/2 cup yellow cornmeal, 1/2 cup flour and Cajun seasoning to taste.
    I will add some extra Cheyenne pepper to spice it up
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    Egg dip,crushed saltine crackers,little bit shore lunch mixed together and fry in butter medium heat...don't skimp on the butter
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    A little Tony Cachere's in fine ground white cornmeal is hard to beat in my opinion
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle
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