The quickest, easiest way to prepare fresh fish! Great for a quick weeknight meal accompanied with fresh veggies.
Me, Nick, Chris and Paul just caught 10 whiting. Chris reckons he caught the most, but 2 of them were toadfish. Nick and Chris both wore stupid hats. Pauls cooking them pretty soon - 06 Jan 2015
First of all, my fish looked like the picture which AMAZED me because although I'm not a beginner cook I tend to over batter fish. This was AMAZING. My fiance loved it! There are things I changed just to suit my tastes...(I am sure the original recipe would have been just as good.) I added onto the normal salt and pepper...Old Bay, garlic salt, more paprika, a little ground red pepper, onion powder and then I dusted it with flour. What helped me know that the pan was hot enough was something I learned from the Food Network. I just took a tiny pinch of flour and tossed it in the oil...if it started to cook or bubble...that's how you know it's ready for the fish. I did not use the extra unsalted butter. THIS WAS AWESOME! My fiance ate the whole thing before I could sit down! He said it was better than his mom's! He even told his mom about it! Thank you so much for this dish! - 20 Feb 2010 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
So simple and good! You can add whatever seasoning you like to the flour. (I used blackened seafood seasoning) I made a garlic-butter, parsley and lime sauce to go on top. yum. - 10 Aug 2009 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)