How the frick and frack do I fry this? What do I use? I think corn meal and egg If not, what do you use to fry your catfish?
salt pepper cornmeal and flourKizzy said:How the frick and frack do I fry this? What do I use? I think corn meal and egg If not, what do you use to fry your catfish?
Blackened Catfish is bumping.huntr1 said:We use a cajun seasoning and blacken it in cast iron skillets on the grill.
YUMMY!!!!! When is dinner? I will even help cook. My family always uses cornmeal and seasoning and fry it up in peanut oil. This will leave it to be less greasy!!appyday said:dip egg wash...dip cornmeal (add seasonings to taste) and fry...and it does not take long to cook either
Besides S&P, try any of the following for catfish:Kizzy said:Could you dumb the word "seasoning" down for me. Do you mean salt and pepper?
I am really this stupid when it comes to cooking.
appyday said:Kizzy honey what ever you like.......garlic...salt/pepper....old bay....lemon pepper.......the choice is endless...I like garlic and old bay
As long as someone is standing by with fire extinguisher in hand.Kizzy said:and thanks to you Airgasm, that helps. I do have this stuff in my kitchen.
I have only 1 more question. When I fry this, I can fry it in greese in a skillet, then flip it over, like chicken, or should I use a deep fryer?
Kizzy said:Of course I didn't have any tarter sauce, only coctail. I think it would have been better with tarter.
Glad it turned out well Kizzy! Another good idea: When ever frying something that is coated w/flour or breadcrumbs (& such) refrigerate afterwards for about 15-30 minutes before frying. Helps the coating stay on even better.Kizzy said:I had company and it turned out just fine. My company thought I looked like I knew what I was doing.
I made it a couple different way and it was way too much cat fish. I used seasoned bread crumbs, not bad. But I found it works better when you dip it in egg, then the mix, then egg and mix again. The breading didn't fall off that way.