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  • Deep Fry Whole Panfish

    Here's some more good cooking from The Meateater website. I find filleting pretty tedious so this kind of fish-cooking appeals to me. I usually just pan-fry whole crappies, but might give this deep-fry method a try. I think I'll skip the mustard in the recipe, though -- mustard with fish?!
    https://www.themeateater.com/cook/re...ole-fry-a-fish

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    Originally posted by MattM37 View Post
    Here's some more good cooking from The Meateater website. I find filleting pretty tedious so this kind of fish-cooking appeals to me. I usually just pan-fry whole crappies, but might give this deep-fry method a try. I think I'll skip the mustard in the recipe, though -- mustard with fish?!
    https://www.themeateater.com/cook/re...ole-fry-a-fish
    I don't like to cook fish whole unless the fish are brookies or bullhead.
    I have filleted thousand of Crappies, Bluegillls , walleye and Perch.
    It's easy now.
    Try the mustard, it's surprisingly good.

    Steve Rinnela has really taken off from his days on the food channel.
    I forget the name of that show.

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      Whole is the only way I've ever fried bream and perch.

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        Originally posted by Danbo View Post

        I don't like to cook fish whole unless the fish are brookies or bullhead.
        I have filleted thousand of Crappies, Bluegillls , walleye and Perch.
        It's easy now.
        Try the mustard, it's surprisingly good.

        Steve Rinnela has really taken off from his days on the food channel.
        I forget the name of that show.
        "The Wild Within." (I had to look it up -- all I could remember myself was the "Wild" part.)

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