Beer Battered Fish Recipe

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If you love a golden-crusted fish fillet, this beer battered fish recipe will be a hit at your next fish fry or family dinner. This meal uses basic ingredients that do not lack on flavor. 

INTRODUCTION TO BEER BATTERED FISH

The first time I ever tried beer battered fish, I would have been around the age of 10. My father took me to a party that his company threw for all of their employees. I can still remember how amazed I was after only a few bites. As an adult, I still enjoy beer battered fish but I’ve also experimented to come up with my own version of this classic.

This beer battered fish recipe is one of the best fish recipes you will ever taste. The golden batter, the rich beer flavor, and flaky white meat.

 

BEER BATTERED FISH THAT ISN’T TOO FISHY

Not everyone loves seafood and I have to admit that I am not really a huge fan of most fish. However, I have always loved the taste of a really good fried fish fillet from Lon John Silvers. Their batter is unmistakable and unique. One of our goals when preparing this dish was to make a crust that was very similar to that recipe.


I’ve also always admired the taste of a good beer batter so I wanted to incorporate that ingredient. We feel that the final result is one of the best beer battered recipes you will ever taste.

This beer battered fish recipe is one of the best fish recipes you will ever taste. The golden batter, the rich beer flavor, and flaky white meat.

 

HOW TO MAKE THE BEST BEER BATTERED FISH RECIPE YOU WILL EVER EAT

Whether you like mahi-mahi, catfish, walleye, trout, sea-bass or any of the wide variety of fish, there is one thing that is true. A well-prepared fish is so satisfying to eat but a bad recipe can be uneditable. It is for this reason, I like to use a fish like cod that is mild in taste. It has less of that fishy taste that fish haters loathe.

The remainder of the ingredients are very common and takes very little time to prepare.

FOR THIS BEER BATTERED FISH RECIPE, YOU WILL NEED

  1. A medium to dark beer (Honey Brown)
  2. Smoked Paprika
  3. Flour
  4. Salt
  5. Pepper
  6. Cornstarch
  7. Onion Powder
  8. Sugar
  9. Baking Powder
  10. Baking Soda
  11. Vegetable Oil
This beer battered fish recipe is one of the best fish recipes you will ever taste. The golden batter, the rich beer flavor, and flaky white meat.

If you are a fan of fish fries, you can make a quality fish fillet at home that will be better than any fish fry you’ve ever been to.

 

FINAL THOUGHTS ON THIS BEER BATTERED FISH RECIPE

We hope you enjoy this fried fish recipe as much as we enjoyed making it. We would love to hear from you in the comment section below. We also encourage you to share this delicious fish recipe on social media.

Beer Battered Fish Recipe

This beer battered fish recipe is a great winter time meal. If you're like me, there is something magical about the flavor of beer batter and fish. 

Course Sea Food
Cuisine American
Keyword beer batter recipe, beer battered fish recipe, fried fish

Ingredients

  • 2 lbs cod fish fillet

Beer batter ingredients

  • 1 1/2 cups medium or dark beer Honey Brown
  • 2 cups flour
  • 1 tsp sugar
  • 1 tsp smoked paprika
  • 1/4 cup cornstarch
  • 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp baking soda
  • 1/2 tsp onion
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 1 tsp black pepper
  • vegetable oil

Instructions

Preparing your fried beer battered fish

  1. Make sure the fish is completely thawed.

  2. Add oil to a medium pot and bring to a boil at medium high heat. 

  3. Thoroughly mix all the beer batter ingredients together until the consistency is a thick smooth batter. If it's too thick, add more beer until its the desired consistency. 

  4. Fully submerge each fillet into the beer batter and thoroughly cover evenly. 

  5. Do not shake excess batter off and add to the boiling oil. 

  6. Only add a few pieces at a time to ensure that the fillets do not stick together.

  7. Cook until the fillets are a nice golden brown color. 

  8. Serve with a nice tarter sauce or with malt venegar. 

  9. Enjoy!

 


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