Deep Fry Batter?

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Deep Fry Batter?

Postby RiverReaper » Thu May 19, 2011 10:17 pm

I'm looking for some deep fry batter recipes. Let me know how you do it.
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Re: Deep Fry Batter?

Postby Dingbatter 2 » Fri May 20, 2011 7:17 am

A very simple way to deep fry is to cut your meat (any game you have, birds, mammals) into chunks and dip them in plain yellow mustard, then flour, and deep fry. The mustard gives it a little zesty flavor. Sounds strange, but try it. I'm not big on frying game, since it is to easy to overcook it. I use a Fry Daddy (they used to make a big fry granddaddy, but I can't find one anymore) since they are basically idiot proof. The temp is preset at the factory at 350, so all you have to do is plug it in.
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Re: Deep Fry Batter?

Postby GroundSwatter » Fri May 20, 2011 11:41 am

What are you frying? Fish? Turkey? Something else? I normally associate frying fish with deep frying.

For fish tacos, I Use beer batter, see this recipe as it is good.

For stuff like catfish or any other fish really, I normally just soak the fish fillets in milk, then you can either combine cornmeal and Tony Chachere's (a creole seasoning) to taste or you can buy the zatarans fish fry thats pre-made and then fry.

For stuff like chicken tenders or wild turkey breast, I'll use flour and Tony Chachere's, but this is also good with fish. For fish I'll again soak in milk, then flour them up.

Again, get a fry thermometer and make sure your oil is around 375F before you throw your protein in.
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Re: Deep Fry Batter?

Postby Johnnytheboy » Sat May 21, 2011 11:15 am

+1 for Beer batter fish as well

Beer, Salt, Pepper, Self Rasing Flour (maybe abit cayenne)

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Re: Deep Fry Batter?

Postby daffy... » Sat Jun 25, 2011 10:09 am

Johnnytheboy wrote:+1 for Beer batter fish as well

Beer, Salt, Pepper, Self Rasing Flour (maybe abit cayenne)

One of the main reasons Scotland is the heart attack capital of the world!!!

Best washed down with http://www.irn-bru.co.uk/sites/files/images/Bitches.jpg made from girders :biggrin:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irn-Bru out sells Cola and Pepsi year in year out in Scotland



little bit of baking soda will make it fluffy
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