I’m ready for your fritter recipe. I like any kind of fritters, so please post.
Two versions given - the original recipe from a TV show our friends saw, the other was our modified version for a LOT of fish fritters that turned out great.
Original version from TV show:
1/4 c - 1/2 c Franks Cajun or fish batter (such as Shoreline)
1/4 tsp garlic powder
1/4 tsp ginger
1/2 tap baking powder
1 to 2 eggs
1/4 c - 1/2 c beer
2 tbs gr onion
2 tbs gr pepper
Cut fish into small chunks (roughly 1”x1”). Mix all the ingredients, add fish and let permeate. Deep fry spoonfuls in shallow pan, turning over when crispy brown. Dip in jerk mayo.
Our weekend fish fry version that fed a lot of us for two nights:
Lots of fish fillets, cut into small pieces like above
3 boxes of Shoreline: 2 Original, 1 Cajun
1 whole green pepper, 1 whole onion, diced/minced into SMALL bits (relish-style)
1 tsp each garlic powder, ginger
Can of beer
Flour to get the right gooey but not runny texture.
This can all be made ahead of time and left in the fridge with one more ingredient. That way you can enjoy your company and adult beverages before everyone is hungry. The last ingredient to add before deep frying:
1 tbs baking powder
This batter is very spicy, it mellows some when deep fried.
Deep fry spoonfuls in shallow pan, turning over when crispy brown.
Dip into tartar sauce, although it was great without anything else added to it.