Whether served on fine china or wrapped in butcher's paper, crispy deep fried fish is a perennial favourite. There are many recipe variations on this popular meal.
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.
Often beer batter can be a plain sort of thing so this is a slightly spiced up version with the batter containing garlic powder, paprika, salt and pepper. Serve with chips and salad.
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.
There is nothing better than the simplicity of fish and chips. Serve with salad, malt vinegar, lemon and/or tartar sauce.
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.
These delicious Chinese-style fish cakes will rival anything you can get in a restaurant. You can eat them as is, or use them as an ingredient in a stir fry. They can also be frozen.
This is a great deep fried crispy fish that is served with a homemade chucnky Thai chilli sauce. You can use any fish but it is ideal for fresh water trout or anything from the snapper family.
This reciple makes a tuna-filled fried entrée famous throughout the Middle East, also known as brik. If you can find Italian tuna packed in olive oil it's preferable.
This recipes makes a dramatic presentation perfect for a dinner party. Caution should be used when deep frying the fish; make sure you have plenty of room and a big pot. Serve with steamed jasmine rice.
An oldie but a goodie, fish pieces fried, then served with a sweet and sour sauce.