Beer-battered Cod and Onion Rings

  • jillfred13 Posted: 03/13/11
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    This was so good! We made tonight and could hardly stop eating! I live in WI where Friday nite fish frys are king, I now can make it at home for 4 big eaters for under $20!!! 4 fish frys run between $45 and $50. Will be making again soon! Thanks for the great beer batter recipe.

  • Rhonda1962 Posted: 09/15/11
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    Very good. Needs more salt and pepper in the batter & possibly a little cayenne for more kick in the flavor. Still great tasting the way recipe reads tho. 3 1/2 year old inhaled both onion rings and cod and wanted seconds. Now that is impressive.

  • lightgal Posted: 06/24/12
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    This is just like I remember fish and chips. I had been trying to find a beer batter that was flavorful and puffed up just right and this is it. GREAT!

  • MarcBrodsky Posted: 11/21/12
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    This is an awesome recipe. I'm not sure what more I can say.

  • ZacheryB Posted: 03/16/14
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    I was able to impress my mother, whose standards are as finicky as a Michelin chef. Could have used a little more seasoning in the batter. I use 3/4 cups flour and 1/4 cups corn starch, which made the batter really fluffy and crisp.

  • ChargingRhino Posted: 07/17/13
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    My family loved this recipe and will definately be putting this on the list of regulars!

  • MiaSavich Posted: 08/14/14
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    Soooo good! I've never fried food at home before and found this very easy. Without a thermometer for the oil (I used grape seed), I kept it just at or under a light bubble. I added a bit more salt & pepper and some cayenne powder to the batter- the cayenne didn't stand out as a flavor, and the batter was delicious. I served with a dill tartar. Please use wild caught sustainably harvested fish!!


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