Fried fish with garlic sauce
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Fried fish with garlic sauce
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:56:46 AM. Recipe ID 19091. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Fried fish with garlic sauce
 Categories: Main dish, Fish, Cyberealm
      Yield: 4 Servings
      2 lb Fresh Anchovies or Whitebait
      1 c  All-purpose Flour
      5 tb Cold Water
      1 pn Salt
           Oil for Frying

MMMMM------------------------GARLIC SAUCE-----------------------------
      4 sl Bread, crusts trimmed
           (soaked in water for 10 min)
      4 cl Garlic,
           (peeled and roughly chopped)
      2 tb Lemon Juice
  4 1/2 tb Olive Oil
  1 1/2 tb Water (optional)
           Salt and Pepper
      2 ts Fresh Parsley, chopped
           Lemon Wedges for garnish
  1) Sift the flour into a deep bowl with the salt. Gradually stir in
     water in the amount needed to make a very thick batter.
  2) Heat enough oil for frying in a large, deep pan. A deep-sided
  saute pan
     is ideal.
  3) Take 3 fish at a time and dip them into the batter together. Press
     their tails together firmly to make a fan shape.
  4) Lower them carefully into the oil. Fry in several batches until
     and golden. Continue in the same way with all the remaining fish.
  5) Meanwhile, squeeze out the bread and put in a food processor with
     garlic and lemon juice. With the processor running, add the oil in
     thin steady stream. Add water if the mixture is too thick and dry.
     salt and pepper and stir in parsley by hand. When all the fish are
     cooked, sprinkle lightly with salt and arrange on serving plates
     some of the garlic sauce and lemon wedges.
  From the kitchen of Pegyy and Bruce Travers, Cyberealm BBS Watertown
  NY 315-786-1120

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Recipe ID 19091 (Apr 03, 2005)

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