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    Beer-Battered Fried Fish Recipe
    1/2 cup all-purpose flour
    1/4 corn meal
    lager beer (any brand)
    salt & pepper

    Mix flour in a bowl. Add salt and pepper to taste. Pour beer and mix well until a somewhat thick pancake batter in consistency. Let stand for three to five minutes.

    Heat grease in a cast iron skillet for best results. Sunflower seed oil works best. Dip fish in batter until well coated. Place in fryer carefully. Cook until golden brown, turn and repeat. Cook until internal temperature reached 145 deg. F.

    Serve with your favorite sauce.
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    Thanks for sharing your video and recipe with us!
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    Good video. Fish looks tasty! Thanks for sharing.
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    Awesome
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    love our cast iron skillets , we use 2 everyday a big and a small and the large has a bacon press made out of cast iron that goes in it , that there bacon press is worth it's weight in gold , it presses LOT's more than just bacon , just saying.
    looks tasty , btw was that trout you fried ?
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    Yup! Cast iron is the best! My mom has a bacon press. She uses it for everything, e.g., hamburgers, Bologna everything.

    This was whiting bought from the grocery store. It was very good honestly. I could tell the fish had been in freezer too long. The oils in the meat had started to go rank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by funbun View Post
    Yup! Cast iron is the best! My mom has a bacon press. She uses it for everything, e.g., hamburgers, Bologna everything.

    This was whiting bought from the grocery store. It was very good honestly. I could tell the fish had been in freezer too long. The oils in the meat had started to go rank.
    yeppers , sausage and chicken and so on gets squeezed with it and if you like stir fry ,a bit of oil in the skillet and some large cut veggies with the skillet a tiny bit past real hot , drop the press on em for a short bit and roll em once and do it again and DONE !
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    Thanks for the video funbun…Yes, hard to beat good old cast iron. You need to follow those fish with some hush puppies.
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