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!!
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.
My family loved this recipe and will definately be putting this on the list of regulars!
This is an awesome recipe. I'm not sure what more I can say.
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!
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.
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.