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How to Make Fried Catfish | Hilah Cooking

How to Make Fried Catfish | Hilah Cooking

Make pan-fried catfish! Perfect for a fish fry, this cornmeal fried catfish is a Texas classic. Serve with coleslaw New cooking videos every Thursday! Subscribe to be notified when I release a new video! Fried Catfish Recipe at
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Crunchy Cornmeal Fried Catfish | Hilah Cooking

Fried catfish recipe! Perfect for a fish fry, this cornmeal fried catfish is a Texas classic. Serve with coleslaw, potato salad https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PidJiB-FkW8 New cooking videos every Thursday! Subscribe to be notified when I release a new video! https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=hilahcooking Fried Catfish Recipe at http://hilahcooking.com/fried-catfish/
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20 Responses to “How to Make Fried Catfish | Hilah Cooking”

  1. Megan G says:

    This was delicious 

  2. Kim Mozingo says:

    Has anybody noticed how she does the Lisa Kudrow from Friends thing?

  3. michieff says:

    heey duuuudz

  4. Monica Yokel says:

    I tried this recipe tonight. It was excellent! Thank you!:)

  5. AlexSDU says:

    The clue here is ‘sambal’, which mean he is either from Malaysia,
    Singapore, Brunei or Indonesia. Peace from Malaysia.

  6. Sherri Williams says:

    That would be yummy on a sammich…

  7. Hilah Cooking says:

    That works, too! Thank you. Glad you like it!

  8. Juanelo1946 says:

    Thanks for the wonderfully produced video and the terrific recipe! In my
    house we never seem to have milk around, so I’ve been soaking fish fillets
    in evaporated milk.

  9. Maheen Ahmed says:

    What country are you from?

  10. Maheen Ahmed says:

    Yum!Sounds good. Especially the Sambal. I love chili condiments.

  11. loopev says:

    great video…you remind me of Gwyneth Paltrow…..

  12. Hilah Cooking says:

    Thank you! 🙂

  13. Hilah Cooking says:

    I think it would work pretty well baked. Bread them and lay on a rack. Try
    baking at 450F for 10 minutes, then check to see if it’s cooked through.

  14. joe a smythe says:

    And I only get farm-raised, whiter and cleaner, and the beer is great, you
    should try it. Love your show/

  15. Liz Young says:

    Looks so delicious!! And This would be awesome with a sauce! :DD

  16. Stinkycatz says:

    Hey Hilah, Really like your blue and white dishes. I have a small set of 4
    place settings and a couple of serving dishes. I will have to use them when
    I decide what recipe of yours to fix for company. BTW , that catfish looks
    yummy. We live in Louisiana, and LOVE Catfish !

  17. BOB ALGIERS says:

    ah,,little nuggets for parties. thanks for the idea

  18. Tx1Rogue says:

    make sure you get channel cat or blue cat and you wont get that muddy
    flavor, excelent video!

  19. Hilah Cooking says:

    Never heard of that!

  20. Hilah Cooking says:

    Thank ya!