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  • Batter Recipe for Deep Fried Halibut??

    My husband wants deep fried halibut this evening. Does anyone have a primal batter recipe?

    On hand I have brown rice flour, coconut flour, shredded coconut, cashews, and eggs. And I would have time to make a trip to the store if I need something else.

    Please no dairy or almonds.
    Thank You

  • #2
    You can do 'deep fried' in the oven.

    Coat the fish in a egg wash, then dip it on your shredded coconut. I would drizzle melted coconut oil over the fish and shove it into a hot oven. The oil will help 'fry' the fish. I've done this with chicken to make oven 'fried' chicken. Works out great!
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    • #3
      And render tallow to make the chips. Also, damn for posting my favourite food in the middle of a 52 hour fast.
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      • #4
        I ended up dipping the fish in egg wash then a mix of 1 part coconut flour, 1 part tapioca starch and 2 parts shredded coconut with some old bay seasoning. Then deep fried in a mix of lard and coconut oil. Turned out great. The crust was light and crispy and stuck to the fish very well. Much better than a traditional heavy batter or even panko. And we had homemade sweet potato fries and broccoli slaw.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Alaska Ang View Post
          I ended up dipping the fish in egg wash then a mix of 1 part coconut flour, 1 part tapioca starch and 2 parts shredded coconut with some old bay seasoning. Then deep fried in a mix of lard and coconut oil. Turned out great. The crust was light and crispy and stuck to the fish very well. Much better than a traditional heavy batter or even panko. And we had homemade sweet potato fries and broccoli slaw.
          I might have to try this with salmon this week.

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          • #6
            Yum. Sounds fabulous. My kids love broccoli slaw. They hardly ever leave any leftovers on the table!

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            • #7
              I'm going to try a "breading" made from pork rinds. I'll let you know how it works.
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