This homemade beer batter is not only out of this world on these Beer Battered Onion Rings but works beautifully for seafood, too. Serve these onion rings as an appetizer or as a side dish at your next fish fry.
Nan s Batter for Fish from Food.com. Pinner says: "like the take-out batter used here in Newfoundland for fish. Very tasty with the perfect amount of each ingredient without it being too oily or salty. I just fried this in a pan with some oil. I guess you can deep fry them also. This made enough to coat about 1 1/2 -2 lbs of cod."
The Best Batter Yet. I took an old Beer Batter recipe and changed it to suit me. So we never go out for Fish n Chips anymore because we like mine better. Mix 1 cup flour 1 tsp salt 1 tsp baking soda 1 tbsp sugar Add about 1& 1/2 cups club soda( original recipe called for 1cup of beer) I just add the whole can of club soda for a thinner batter. Whisk well. Add 1 beaten egg and 1 tbsp of oil. Roll pieces of fresh haddock in flour and then deep fry until golden brown.
Great beer batter fish So – first step – start with some good fresh fish. Types of fish that are great in a beer batter include Halibut Haddock Cod John Dory Tilapia For ease, and because I’ve always had great results with this, I tend to buy skinned and boned frozen fillets (much of what you buy fresh at the seafood counter is just defrosted frozen stuff anyway!) Beer Battered Fish (for 4 big eaters) 2 pounds of firm white fish
A quick and easy recipe for a beer batter that goes great with fish and seafood. This fish-and-chips recipe is light and airy, despite the fact that it is deep-fried. It works well with tilapia, cod, haddock, walleye, seabass, snapper, halibut -- really any firm fish. You can even use it for shrimp, calamari or oysters.