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    Just original Fish Crisp with a can of beer or just lemon pepper seasoning deelicious!

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    Cronzey's rocks,easy to use.

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    Here's the one I use ..... its never failed me ...... glad I don't know the guy in the picture ..... :-)


    http://www.recipezaar.com/recipe/Kit...red-Fish-69213
    Last edited by hammerhands; June 24th, 2010 at 06:05 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hammerhands View Post
    Here's the one I use ..... its never failed me ...... glad I don't know the guy in the picture ..... :-)


    http://www.recipezaar.com/recipe/Kit...red-Fish-69213
    That one sounds good. Going to have to try it.

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    Best I ever tried had some unknown spices but the base was flour, seasoning salt, and crushed up cornflakes. We had it on both Walleye and Partridge and it was great!
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    Im with u on that

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    i love breading but also love the taste of fish so i just grind up salt crackers in the blender(or by hand for a thicker coating) and dip the fillets in egg and then the cracker powder. works great and doesnt over power the taste of the fish. sometimes i will add cajun spices to the crackers for a bit of flavour
    :fish:Nothing makes a fish bigger than almost being caught:fish:

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    Shake and Bake is really good too. Small burbots from a creek fried in oil dipped in shake and bake is amazing.

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    Old Bay....then Fish Crisp Original....fry in grapeseed oil as it can really take the heat without burning.

    Also like panko with the egg and milk deal but it is more work...

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    Quote Originally Posted by red lake rob View Post
    flour, garlic powder and pepper.

    Fry in bacon fat.
    That's not a fair comparison. Anything would taste good fried in bacon fat. Mmmmm....argghhh (Homer smilie here)

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