NT chefs what do you use to fry fish?

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  1. mangudai954

    mangudai954

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    I've never fried fish before, what spices/mixes do you use? Im looking to buy some tilapia and try that out tonight [​IMG]
     
  2. mytmouse76

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    whatever has bones...i hate boneless fish...
     
  3. mangudai954

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    Even if its cut so you don't get the bones?
     
  4. s dubl

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    tilapia is good if you just throw it on the bbq with some lime/cilantro.
     
  5. ninjallamafromhell

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    Garlic or garlic salt and butter/margarine.
     
  6. ajchick23

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    Just had some really good grouper last night...I seasoned it with a little cayenne pepper, black pepper, and lawrys.
     
  7. mytmouse76

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    i use a seafood breader by House Autry Mills

    i don't buy the fish my mom does
     
  8. fedexciter

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    dip the fish in a mixture of 1 egg and some milk then roll it in some cornmeal

    i season it with salt pepper paprika and garlic powder
     
  9. pip777

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    Tilapia is very good. [​IMG]

    If you are pan frying fish that is fresh:
    1. Coat it with fish coating, cornmeal, or bisquick
    2. Get out a frying pan and put some oil in it. (Olive or peanut is the oil for frying.......IMO)
    3. When the grease gets hot enough put in a few pieces of the fish and let the first side cook until golden brown
    4. When the first side is done...flip it to the other side and let that side cook until golden brown
    5. Once both sides are done, take out the fish and place on some paper towels to absorb the excess grease
    6. Repeat steps 1-5 with the rest of the fish you want to cook up.

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  10. trapmuzik617

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  11. servechilled81

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    most of the time i
    just use salt pepper garlic powder and a little cayenne
    that's basically what i use to season most things leaving out the cayenne sometimes
     
  12. kidufc

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    tilipia, snapper, catfish, salmon..

    use those cajun or southern seasoningt.. man #$@* is off the hook. eating some right now from Louisiana fried chicken.
     
  13. hawtsauce

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  14. atlien seeko

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    "NT Chef" = Waffle House Chef

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    Just so you know....
     
  15. reigndrop

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    Fry it in olive oil. Some paprika on top, and salt and pepper. If you're gonna fry it, I recommend some kind of breading, also, rather than just doing itstraight up.
     
  16. killacam92345

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    for the crust use flour and cornmeal
    for seasonings just use lemon pepper, seasoning salt, garlic and onion salt.
    you should be good. don't be stingy on the hot sauce either [​IMG]
     
  17. mangudai954

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    Oh, im going in with it. I'll let ya'll know how it went [​IMG] Thanks
     
  18. youngcfromthad

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    tilapia > all imo

    Boneless as well

    1. Andys Cajun Fish Fry....it is crack
    2. Make sure you coat it good
    3. Fry up in about 5 mins
    4. Franks Red Hot

    Make sure you get the Cajun style fish fry if you do go for the Andys.
     
  19. oh you mad

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  20. girl thats jules

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    thats crazy that you asked that

    i just fried some talipia a lil while ago

    i used crackers for the breading

    it came out [​IMG]
     
  21. mangudai954

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    Made it with evoo, unbleached flour, emerald's bayou blast seasoning, lemon pepper with a little creole seasoning. Came out excellent [​IMG][​IMG]
     
  22. alchemist iq

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    no pics of the food.....smh
     
  23. mangudai954

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    Damn true that lol..totally forgot I was made hungry
     
  24. immensed

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    Zatarans Creole Fish Fry. Crack! [​IMG][​IMG]