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The tin and the microwave lmao

The chips and fish get undivided attention
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Snapper, Gurnard, chips and salad

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Very artistic presentation Kitno, top msrks.
You guys are certainly dragging me back to thinking crumb or batter is best.. chippies look good too, and salad a very nice touch and the perfect palate cleanser in between mouthfuls of fish and chips.
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gurnard, rice, horseradish sauce laced slaw

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Looks Damm tasty Shane
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Why is there custard on the potatoes and fish Dan?

Hey Rowan, your sister actually produced that previous Gurney dish under my supervision and I took a good photo Embarrassed
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Looks very tasty, Dan. Beer batter snapper and oven-baked Agria chips tonight. Delissimo.


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Originally posted by Muppet Muppet wrote:

1 cup S/R flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 cup milk
1/2 cup of ice cold water

makes quite a thick batter mix gonna try it again soon...


Hey Muppet, I tried your mix today, it was good, but not quite like fish and chip shop batter. I used very hot oil. Maybe the batter mix should be a bit thinner. Any thoughts?
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Yeah thick batter, wife turns the oil down once it is in.
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Wife said said she dips it and lets a lot drip off.
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Originally posted by MightyBoosh MightyBoosh wrote:

Originally posted by Muppet Muppet wrote:

1 cup S/R flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 cup milk
1/2 cup of ice cold water

makes quite a thick batter mix gonna try it again soon...


Hey Muppet, I tried your mix today, it was good, but not quite like fish and chip shop batter. I used very hot oil. Maybe the batter mix should be a bit thinner. Any thoughts?

Try Baking Soda instead of Powder... I have found it helps to make a more fluffy batter... add a good dollop of lager also...
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Snapper with a mustard cream sauce. I eat a keto diet so no chips for me 👍
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Originally posted by MightyBoosh MightyBoosh wrote:

Originally posted by Muppet Muppet wrote:

1 cup S/R flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 cup milk
1/2 cup of ice cold water

makes quite a thick batter mix gonna try it again soon...


Hey Muppet, I tried your mix today, it was good, but not quite like fish and chip shop batter. I used very hot oil. Maybe the batter mix should be a bit thinner. Any thoughts?

MB, the batter I used on the fish in my pic above is just self-raising flour and cold lager - no specific measure, probably half a cup of the flour and 1/3 to 1/2 of a bottle of beer whisked together. It should be quite runny. I dust the fish in self-raising flour, then into the batter mix and use tongs to place into the hot Canola oil. I use a wok so you can achieve depth quite easily.

I think fish and chip shop batter is probably just flour and baking powder with some cheap bulk soda water. Obviously they use a big commercial fryer and have the temperature really cranking.
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Grilled mahi.
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Great feed Alan L. Isn’t is early for those?
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Very nice telecaster and alanl... love Mahi Mahi.
Wife crumbed fish tonight and  oiled fish/ snapper first, then crumbed it and grilled it in oven. Stuck surprising well. Tortillas are farrahs brand, crisped in a dry no oil pan.


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