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different fried fish

Desciption

this fish is made special and different because it has a touch of ketchup in the biscuit mix coating. cooking time is fairly active, but short, as you must watch and turn the fish.

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Nutritions

  • Carbohydrates: 423.0
  • Fats: 34.0
  • Dietary Fiber: 17.0
  • Minerals: 17.0
  • Proteins: 74.0
  • Vitamins: 28.0
  • Water: 5.0

Steps

  1. Dip the fish in the egg beaten with water
  2. Then into the biscuit mix which is blended with the ketchup
  3. Fry slowly in the heated oil
  4. Turning at least once
  5. Until the fish is golden brown on both sides
  6. Serve with lemon for spritzing

Step 3

Total Time in Minute 13

Ingredients Count 7

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Ingredients

Fish fillets

Egg

Water

Buttermilk biscuit mix

Ketchup

Shortening

Lemon

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