Beer Battered Banga (mary)

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Hi Everyone, there are several ways to prepare fish to fry: seasoned, and dusted with flour, breadcrumbs, cornmeal or some other type of dry breading. And then there is batter frying. Batter frying is where the seasoned fish is dipped into a wet mixture and then fried.For my part, I prefer fish to be lightly dusted and pan-fried. The whole reason for this week’s column being about beer-battered Bangamary is just because I wanted to write that headline! It’s the alliteration. I know. Don’t laugh.Try saying that headline quickly, repeatedly. It’s good practice for broadcasters, it’s like saying Miss Betty Botter bought a bit of better butter… Okay, I am getting way off course here. Back to the beer battered Bangamary.

One of the main reasons for using batter to fry food is to protect the food from drying out while cooking. It allows the food to be fully cooked and yet remain tender. The decision to bread or batter is two-fold: first,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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