Followed direction to the letter and WOW. Light and yummy! Was not heavy or greasy at all. Served with oven fries and green peas. I used frozen ready to cook fish instead of fresh - very good with that!
Made for my DH who esp asked for fried cod vs my usual go-to oven recipes. My fillets were *very lrg* & I got 4 servings of 2-pieces ea. The only chg I made was to use lemon pepper in the flour-salt mixture. The cod was not the least bit greasy & was served w/parslied potatoes & a broccoli salad. Thx for sharing this recipe w/us. I am sure my DH will ask for it often. :-)
Spot on, just make sure your oil is exactly 375. I've had oil temp control issues before, and I used an infrared thermometer to make sure the oil was at the right temp-- First time I made this recipe I got the prep done while the oil heated up then made 3 filet of cod, 9 pieces and a bag of fries. The fish came out perfect, light and fluffy for the simplicity of the recipe. Don't forget salt and pepper!
Yum! This was very good and my grandkids enjoyed it. Nice with oven fries and homemade tartar sauce. Thanks for sharing. Made for Cookbook Tag.
I made this on 6/6/11,but since the tartar sauce wasn't used I'm only going to rate it on the coating for the fish.I did follow the list of ingredients as it was written,but used flounder( that's all I had).The instructions were so well written that even a beginner cook could do this without any trouble.My SO and I both thought that the coating needed a bit of some other seasoning besides S&P,so maybe a bit of paprika will be added if this is made again.Thanks for taking the time to post and, " Keep Smiling :) "