From beer batters to tempura batter - find fantastic fish batter recipes for a foolproof fish supper.
If you want to make your own fish and chips, this beer batter recipe is essential. You can use different types of fish for this recipe - cod, pollock, haddock, snapper. Serve with hand-cut chips and mushy peas!
From now on you can enjoy this delicious treat without worrying about the high fat content – the secret to golden chips is to coat them with egg white, not fat.
Basic beer batter, good for almost any firm white fish, such as lemon sole, halibut, cod or pollack.
This is a classic recipe for fish and chips, save for the addition of beer! It makes the batter especially crisp and delicious. Make sure your oil is hot by testing it with a chip first, and take care not to overcrowd the pan.
This is a recipe I borrowed from a friend whose family owned a chain of chip shops on the Northside. The chips are moist and thick, with a soft centre, while the fish is steamed inside a crispy lager-battered coating! Just add malt vinegar and sea salt, and you are sorted!
This foolproof beer batter is great for deep frying almost any type of white fish - cod, haddock, pollock and more. You can even use it to fry meaty prawns, or to make spectacular onion rings. Use a light ale or lager for this easy beer batter.
Tempura adds a nice crispy layer to any small firm fish or to pieces of cod or lemon sole.
A tasty recipe for beer batter that is very easy to make. Use this for a fab fish and chips supper, or you can try using the batter for prawns, onion rings or other types of fish. The taste will change depending on the type of beer you use.
This is an exceptional recipe for beer battered fish. You can use cod as stated, but it also is wonderful to use with haddock, pollock, sea bass and orange roughy. The small amount of dill is optional, but really makes for a lovely flavour.
Who said fish and chips was bad for health? Here, I make a wholemeal sourdough batter for the fish and deep-fry the fish and unpeeled chips (dug from the garden) in light olive oil. I serve that with mushy peas from soaked and cooked marrowfat peas and tomato ketchup from tomato puree, garlic and herb vinegar and plain yogurt.