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    Travelling Tackle Shop

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    I started using panko read crumbs with Chronzy's (Canadian Fisherman Breading and Batter Mix) and it is amazing. A Chinese friend of mine suggested it.

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    A bad day hunting or fishing is better than a good day at work.

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    best I've had is CLUB HOUSE beer batter.
    -tatstes just tlike fish and chips.
    -very nice and crispy and doesnt mess up the oil at all.

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    Favorite is fish crisp original. But when I need a change I use Doritos sweet chili heat crushed up lol

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    My Favorite recipe I make ahead of time is

    1c. AP Flour
    1 Tbsp of Salt
    1 1/2 Tsp of Ground Pepper
    1 1/2 TBSp of Paprika

    This is the original recipe (came from a book I think?). For my own tastes I add Garlic Powder and a bit of Cayenne As well..
    Store in a Mason Jar.

    I mix this with beer to make a thin coating and then coat the fish in panko before frying..

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    House Autry's

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    Borderline Spammer

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    Salt and vinegar. Pretty basic but awesome. Same I use in my cod cheeks, tongues, and salmon roe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hound View Post
    House Autry's
    +1 that for me as well !!!!

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    I have always relied on the 4 stage coating process I learned a long time ago. Dip the fillets in milk, dredge in flour, dip in beaten egg and last in breadcrumbs. Fry in shallow oil and drain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbqguy View Post
    I have always relied on the 4 stage coating process I learned a long time ago. Dip the fillets in milk, dredge in flour, dip in beaten egg and last in breadcrumbs. Fry in shallow oil and drain.
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    I make my own mixture. It's a mixture of flour but it has to be Brodie XXX flour. It is a pastry flour with salt and baking soda already added to it. Also add in some instant potato flakes, shake n' Bake, pepper and your favourite seasoning.
    Always fry my fish in butter. Dip fillets in beaten egg then put in a bag with dry mixture, shake and fry. You can make a big bag of it with the basic dry ingredients, then separate into smaller bags and make one spicy etc. That way you can have a variety for different tastes. Have also used this for doing pork chops or chicken in the oven.
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