Halibut in Beer Batter
Halibut in Beer Batter is a classical food dish in Alaska. It has a particular flavor due to beer, but it doesn't mean that it is not delicious. Many travelers enjoy eating it; they say it has a fabulous flavor. The present section will help you discover the perfect recipe to cook halibut in beer batter.
- 1 pound halibut
- 4 cups beer batter
- 1/2 cup pecans, chopped roughly
- Heat oil in deep fat fryer to 375 degrees.
Cut halibut into 6 pieces (1-1/4 ounces each) or large 1 x 1-inch squares. Mix pecans in beer batter. Coat each halibut piece thoroughly with beer batter and drop, one by one, into 375-degree oil, stirring carefully so halibut won't sink to the bottom and clump together. Cook about 4 to 5 minutes or until halibut is golden brown. Drain halibut on paper towels until ready to serve. Serve these with fresh fries made from baked potato quarters from which the skin has been removed. Fry these in the same oil until a golden brown crust has been formed -- watch carefully. Serve them with a small cup of bernaise sauce and a small cup of cocktail sauce for dipping.
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