A fried fish is prepared by frying fish rather than grilling and baking. The fish is covered with a batter. The fried fish is served in form of sandwiches as well. In the 17th century, the Spanish Jews took this fantastic recipe to England. The most salubrious and most palatable presentation of food is batter-fried food. As we all know that the eating fish can give us omega 3 fish oil.
There are some bad effects of eating frozen fish. Eating fried fish can increases the rate of heart failure. It also increases the rate of stroke. It is also healthy in some cases like if you boil the fish or bake it then is good for your health. It is not bad if you ate fish sometimes or on occasions but eating it twice a week could be very dangerous especially for a woman. Fried fish is very high in calories than grilled or boiled.
Some of the vitamins are reduced to some extent by frying. By deep-frying, more calories are added. Fried food is high in trans fats. Trans fats can increase the amount of having many diseases. It can also increase rate of cancer, obesity and heart diseases.
How to make Batter Fried Fish
This Crispy Batter Fish Recipe uses simple ingredients to produce a crunchy coating around flaky, sensitive white fish. Fried fish is delicious when served with homemade Tartar Sauce or in crispy fish tacos!
- Rinsed the fish in the cold water and patted it dry with some towels now add some salt, pepper and refrigerate it
- Take a bowl to add all-purpose flour, lemon pepper, onion powder, paprika, baking powder, and give a good mix to combine everything
- At this point add salt and mix
- Now, add some water and give it a mix
- Dredge all of the fish in flour.
- Now, take a vessel to preheat the oil
- Dip the fish pieces in the batter then deep fry in the oil
- Deep fry for 2-3 minutes until everything is golden brown
- Dish it out
Serving Size 1
- Amount Per Serving
- Calories 199
- Calories from Fat 104
- % Daily Value *
- Total Fat 12g19%
- Saturated Fat 2.9g15%
- Cholesterol 62mg21%
- Sodium 244mg11%
- Potassium 296mg9%
- Total Carbohydrate 7g3%
- Dietary Fiber 0.6g3%
- Protein 16g32%
- Vitamin A 0.5%
- Calcium 2.9%
- Iron 6.9%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.