Posted by on Jun 19, 2019 in Main Courses | 23 comments

How to Fry Fish

How to Fry Fish
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Who says you have to be on the coast to enjoy great fried fish? We've got the recipe right here that will turn a vacation luxury into an everyday affair.

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FRIED FISH RECIPE: http://learntocook.com/fish/how-to-fry-fish/

Ingredients:
8-12 oz sole, flounder, or catfish fillets
1 tsp.sea salt
¼ tsp.freshly ground black pepper
4 oz all purpose Flour
6 eggs beaten with 1 oz. of milk
8 oz. panko bread crumbs
1 tony caceres cajun seasoning or old bay

Method:
Preheat oil to 350 degrees F using candy thermometer
1. Wash fish and pat dry with towels
2. Season fish and dredge in flour
3. Dip into beaten egg mixture and then bread with crumbs
4. Heat oil to 375 degrees F and add fish when oil is hot
5. Cook until golden brown on all sides
6. Drain on paper towels
7. Serve with sauce of choice

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How to Fry Fish

FULL RECIPE BELOW

Who says you have to be on the coast to enjoy great fried fish? We've got the recipe right here that will turn a vacation luxury into an everyday affair.

Check out more from LearnToCook.com at http://learntocook.com/

FRIED FISH RECIPE: http://learntocook.com/fish/how-to-fry-fish/

Ingredients:
8-12 oz sole, flounder, or catfish fillets
1 tsp.sea salt
¼ tsp.freshly ground black pepper
4 oz all purpose Flour
6 eggs beaten with 1 oz. of milk
8 oz. panko bread crumbs
1 tony caceres cajun seasoning or old bay

Method:
Preheat oil to 350 degrees F using candy thermometer
1. Wash fish and pat dry with towels
2. Season fish and dredge in flour
3. Dip into beaten egg mixture and then bread with crumbs
4. Heat oil to 375 degrees F and add fish when oil is hot
5. Cook until golden brown on all sides
6. Drain on paper towels
7. Serve with sauce of choice

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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/LearnToCookcom/111868668972489
Twitter: https://twitter.com/learntocookcom
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23 Responses to “How to Fry Fish”

  1. Mona Khandan says:

    great tips thanks

  2. LearnToCook says:

    Happy to help!

  3. lilhoodlum17 says:

    what were the spices damnit

  4. LearnToCook says:

    There’s a link to the recipe in the “about” section under the video.

  5. munnirazanahida says:

    Mind-blowing…. Thanks for uploading…

  6. LearnToCook says:

    Thank you, glad you enjoyed the video.

  7. jamesdaniels2011 says:

    Nice video….what kind of thermometer are you using, and where can I
    purchase one?

  8. LearnToCook says:

    The thermometer for frying is actually a candy thermometer – you can
    purchase it over amazon.com or walmart.com or at William and Sonoma, Target
    and Kohls had them too in their kitchen section.

  9. ryukinrodney™ says:

    :08 im not a cop im a chef

  10. jes pla says:

    You don’t season your fish beforehand?

    • LearnToCook says:

      The seasoning is in the flour not directly on the fish – this is done
      mainly to keep the salt away from the protein to avoid the coating to fall
      off because of the salt drawing out the liquid out of the seafood.

  11. Albert says:

    could you possibly do this with croakers?

  12. Tribulation Prepper says:

    Excellent technical cooking advice. Panko is indeed the way to go. I saw
    you break that fifth fillet… Nice edit!

  13. Spiritu Sancti says:

    thank you chef, lol

  14. Yadira Mercado says:

    👌🍴😋

  15. Ben Hahn says:

    I wish my mom knew how to cook.

  16. Iis Cute says:

    I remember when my my boss teach me how to fried fish & chip

  17. Bernadette Bailey says:

    Do you have to bring your fish to room temperature before frying?