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beer battered tilapia with mango salsa


this is a recipe i've seen credited to eatingwell.com. i made some slight revisions: more spice, only whole wheat flour, dark beer, less vinegar and lime juice and mint in the salsa instead of cilantro. i omitted the salt entirely. i used a large, shallow frying pan so i was able to cook all the pieces at once.


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  1. Combine the mango
  2. Onion
  3. Vinegar
  4. Lime juice and mint
  5. Let sit in the fridge while preparing fish
  6. Combine flour
  7. Spices
  8. And beer
  9. Using a whisk helps get any lumps out
  10. Put the batter in a shallow dish
  11. Clean and dry the tilapia fillets
  12. Cut in half length-wise
  13. Heat the oil in a large shallow frying pan at medium-high heat
  14. Coat each piece of fish with batter and place in hot oil
  15. Cook on each side for about 2-3 minutes - until batter is crusty and fish is white
  16. Place fish pieces on paper towels to blot excess oil
  17. Serve mango salsa over fish

Step 12

Total Time in Minute 35

Ingredients Count 11

cooking beer battered tilapia with mango salsa

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Red onion

Rice vinegar

Lime juice

Of fresh mint

Whole wheat flour

Ground cumin

Chili powder

Dark beer

Tilapia fillet

Corn oil

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