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Easy Mini Bass Fish Fingers

Discussion in 'Recipes and Cooking' started by Pastor, Dec 30, 2006.

  1. Pastor

    Pastor Supporter Supporter

    Ideal for the winter when its too cold to get in the water :)

    Go to Tesco (UK supermarket) and buy 2 whole bass
    Fillet the bass (1 whole side per fillet)
    Dip the 4 fillets in beaten egg then dip in breadcrumbs
    Fry the fillets in hot oil for 5 minutes turning once.

    Feeds 1 small child or an anorexic person rofl
     
    spaghetti, foxfish and naiad like this.
  2. greendiver

    greendiver Sea fanatic

    rofl rofl rofl , going to give that a go!!
     
  3. naiad

    naiad Apnea Carp Supporter

    rofl rofl rofl Sounds good!

    I have noticed that on tins of mackerel, sardines and similar fish, it says 'Serves 2' on the tin. I don't think I eat a lot, but for me half a tin of fish is about 2 spoonfuls. rofl

    Maybe only freedivers eat large portions of fish.
     
    Pastor likes this.
  4. Oldsarge

    Oldsarge Deeper Blue Budget Bwana Staff Member Forum Mentor

    Around the block from me is the 99 Ranch market. It's an Asian owned chain and given how fussy the Chinese are about their pork, it is the only placy to buy. Additionally, they have live fish in tanks. The usual suspects are tilapia, catfish, hybrid bass and, on occasion, trout. Oh yeah, and absolute tanks of crab and lobster. Since most of the time I am too d****d busy to go diving, when I want fish, that's where I go. Y'gotta love the viz! :D
     
  5. spaghetti

    spaghetti Campari Survivor Staff Member Team Leader

    Sexy one, Pastor.
    Here's a colesterhol-friendly winter variant: burro e salvia (butter and sage), a classic of northern italian cuisine.
    Follow Pastor's instructions step by step, then do a quick frying in butter with leaves of fresh sage. Advantage: more flavour and perfume. Disadvantage: watch the cooking with more attention to prevent butter burning black. But if the fillets are thin enough to cook quickly, there will be no such problem.
    Buon Appetito
     
  6. Pastor

    Pastor Supporter Supporter

    If you use Tesco Bass you are guaranteed to have the fillets thin enough! rofl
     

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