Batter to use for deep frying foods
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Batter to use for deep frying foods
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:07:34 AM. Recipe ID 33640. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Batter to use for deep frying foods
 Categories: Hints, Tips & misc
      Yield: 1 Servings
 
      1 c  All-Purpose Flour
      1 ts Baking Powder
    1/2 c  Cornstarch
      1 c  Water
      2 ts Salt
      1 ts Sugar
      1 ts Oil
 
  Mix all of the ingredients together and blend until there are no
  lumps. Preheat the oil in your deep fat fryer to the proper
  temperature for the
  
  food you are cooking. Dry the fish or the vegetables with a paper
  towel and dip into the batter. Place in the hot oil one piece at a
  time. Try to keep the pieces from colliding until the batter has had
  a chance to set (which it does almost instantly). Cook until the
  batter has turned a golden brown, remove to a paper towel to drain
  and serve at once.
  
  YIELD: enough for about 2 pounds of fish or vegetables
  
  NOTES : This is very good to use for zucchini, broccoli, peppers,
  green beans, onion rings and any other firm vegetable. Barbara Hill
  says this batter WILL stick to the food. FYI: Pancake mix makes a
  terriffic batter for just about anything.  Or use Bisquick or other
  baking mix prepared according to package directions for pancakes. Add
  milk till the consistency reaches that of syrup. Dredge the item in
  *dry mix* first, shake of excess, then dip in batter and let drain
  for a few seconds; fry at 365 for fish or chicken nuggets till they
  float. Recipe 




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Recipe ID 33640 (Apr 03, 2005)

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