To pan-fry fish, thaw frozen fish or use fresh thin pieces of fish, and coat the pieces with a breading of flour, bread crumbs and eggs. Heat olive oil in a pan, and place a few pieces of breaded fish on it, cooking them... More »

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To make pan-fried trout, gut and clean the fish, season the insides and exterior, dredge the fish in flour, and fry the trout in butter and oil for 5 to 6 minutes on both sides. Cook until the skin is golden brown and th... More »

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Pan-fried cod with slaw, fish fry and crispy oven-fried cod are some recipes that are easy to make in large proportions for large numbers of people. When pan-frying large quantities of fish, the oil in the pan may need t... More »

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For fish batter, take 2 large eggs, 1 1/2 teaspoons of salt, 1/2 teaspoon of black pepper, 1 cup of beer, 1 cup of all-purpose flour and, optionally, a pinch of cayenne. A large, heavy skillet or cast iron frying pan and... More »

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Tilapia should be deep-fried for about six minutes if the fish is coated with batter. The fish can be pan-fried for about eight minutes if it is only lightly breaded. More »

Some popular ways to deep fry fish are pan frying or by using a deep-fat fryer. To pan fry a fish, begin by coating the fillet with a mixture of egg and cornmeal or bread crumbs. More »

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To deep fry catfish, heat cooking oil to 350 degrees Fahrenheit, and season the catfish fillets or pieces with herbs and spices. Use cornmeal, flour, beer and other flavorful seasonings to make the batter. Fry the catfis... More »