Whether you’re making a batter for fish, chicken or prawns, or something sweet like bananas or apples there are lots of batter recipes here to choose from.
Here's an usual take on fish batter - it uses crushed salt and vinegar chips instead of breadcrumbs. You'll be amazed how well it works.
Beer batter is made and used to cover white fish fillets of your choice then cooked until golden brown. Serve with chips, salad and a slice of lemon.
Beer batter is the best of all batters and although it is most commonly linked to fish you can use it on chicken and vegetables too.
I have great childhood memories of pineapple fritters from the local fish and chip shop; unfortunately that shop is not there anymore so now I have to make my own. You can batter any fruit with this recipe.
In France this popular snack is known as a croque-monsieur. If you top it with a fried egg, it becomes a croque-madame. A very satisfying and filling snack.
The combination of a beer batter with a spicy dry coating results in a delicious and crispy dish. You can use this batter with prawns as well.
This is a basic beer batter and is ideal for any white fleshed fish. Serve with homemade baked potato chips and coleslaw.
This fish batter made with dark beer - like stout or Toohey's Old - is perfect for all kinds of fish!
This amazingly easy recipe uses instant pancake mix to make a beer batter for fresh fish. Great for camping!
Crispy and delicious entree prawns that are marinated in mirin (rice wine) before being dipped in a homemade batter then deep fried. This Japanese batter also works great on fresh veggies.