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In this food tutorial learn a simple recipe for making fried fish with corn meal and coconut.
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Let’s try a little fried fish. I am calling this one Fried Fillet O’ Fish in Corn Meal and Coconut Flakes. So, we have half a pound of fish, your favorite use, whatever you like. I don’t season the fish after all the seasonings into the mixture here of the heavy cream, with the egg, with the salt, with the garlic powder, with the Cajun seasoning, that is where I season everything. I find that it works better than if you attempt to season the fish and most people don’t season it evenly. This way, all the seasonings in the batter, that is egg and heavy cream.
So first, we are going to take the fish, skinless, put it into the flour. This way, the batter will adhere to it better and then after you’d done with all of that. This is a fairly simple recipe. After that is done then we will dip it into the mixture of corn meal and coconut. And then we will go ahead and fry it. Now at this point, I won’t use my fingers just to put the fish in the flour but I don’t want to get this batter with flour all of my fingers. So I always use the fork, to mix things. Get this coated nicely. Then next step, we are going on into the cornmeal. Pat it down nicely. Now is the first time I am making this with the mixture of coconut and cornmeal. I think it is going to work out well. So, we do all the pieces like this, press down. Get a good firm coating on there. That is nice. And then we are going to saute it semi-deep fry. Now, the breading is done and there is a little bit of the cornmeal and coconut left. So, this was a half a pound of fish and we’re going to batter that too. I would say that you could put not another half a pound but the batter would be enough for a one pound of fish and it would be close on the coconut cornmeal mixture.
While I was breading, I put one cup of your favorite oil into a skillet and moderate flame. I wait until they heat up with just a little bit more because we don’t want to put the fish into cold oil. And we don’t want it into a very hot oil. So, if you see it is smoking you know it is too hot. One way to tell if the oil is hot enough, just take a few drops of the batter, put it in there. See that? That is hot enough. Now, we will take the fish gently lay it in there. This only takes a couple of minutes. I am going to raise the flame now to high because I will put the fish in there, we already had cooled off the oil.
And we want to cook this fish as quick as possible and still get some color. Let’s see what we are going to put on this fish. Me, I am just going to have some fresh lemon juice squeezed on it, that is how I like mine. I mean I do like tar-tar sauce but that is a little fattening and I tend too much. Now, I don’t use a fork. As soon as I see some color on the bottom, we are going to turn it. Actually, it is the same for a pound of fish, it’s probably too much for one person. So, if half of pound is too much, three quarters of a pound should be enough for two people.
Sounds good and looks good. These are going to be very crunchy, why, with some of the cornmeal. And I can't wait to taste, the cornmeal and coconut taste together which I have never done. That is hot now. Almost ready, it doesn’t take long at all especially when it is in a semi-deep fried state. I say it is done. So, we take the finish pieces out first, nice and crispy.
Lower the flame just a bit because it is very hot right now and let’s finish up. So, it is starting to smoke, so I cut it down just a about half way of the flame and continue that until it is done. I am leaving the flame turned down halfway because this fish has not cooled off this oil, it is cooking just fine. And I would say that actually it is enough for two people. There is my plate. And you’re going to have the starch and the vegetable to go with them I am sure. Seem that it is the first time I’ve made this. Let me just taste the piece. I will be honest with you and let you know. Nice and juicy, it is very hot. I like that, the sweet coconut flakes along with the cornmeal, it is so very crunchy and juicy. And I hope you enjoyed this one too.