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Old 09-11-2003, 08:30 AM   #1
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Frying fish during induction

Yes, I've broiled -- but nothing beats fried fish! Is there a good LEGAL breading or batter I can make to deep fry the fish?
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Old 09-11-2003, 08:32 AM   #2
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I don't think during induction its "good" but I bought Keto Crumbs...they come in 3 flavors....cajun, italian and plain. I use soy flour and keto crumb mix to bread my fish, chicken cutlets, veggies. The breading has a big of a diff texture once fried but its the next best thing to wheat flour & bread crumbs
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Pulverize pork rinds and parmesan cheese in a food processor- works great
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Oooh, that sounds good! Does it stay fairly crispy?

I looked at the Atkins site too and of course they push THEIR bread as breadcrumbs, lol. Bless their hearts.

The Keto products, are they at GNC? Or just online?

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I mix parmesan cheese with crushed macademia nuts when I fry halibut. It tastes delicious!
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This is my favorite subject!!

Okay, this is what I do, and it's my favorite food of all time (and my husbands, too, and he's not LC)

Put pork rinds in the food processor, add old bay seasoning. That's it.

Dip cod chunks in beaten eggs, roll in pork rind mix (I use a lot of old bay, and press the fish into the crumbs to coat, and I don't use parmesan because it makes the oil foam) and fry for five minutes.

Tartar sauce as you like. All this is legal on induction and forever more for you!

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I actually use soy flour to coat and then "pan sautee". Soy flour browns easily, but if you use a thin filet of fish, it cooks quickly enough that the flour doesn't burn. I season mine with lots of cajun spices and use a mixture of olive oil and butter to saute it. It doesn't give it that batter-coated crunchy-ness, but it does have a nice fried taste and texture to me.
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I use soy grits (same texture as cornmeal), but I find that it browns VERY, VERY, VERY easily in the fryer.

It's a good texture though ..... if you close your eyes, hide the label and season it right, you'll think you're eating cornmeal!
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I bought a can of the Atkins bake mix & don't like it very much. But being cheap I have to use it up. So I use it for breading fish & meat for frying, seasoned liberally with salt, pepper, garlic powder, paprika, etc.

For induction I would stick to the pork rind crumbs.
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Thanks for the wonderful fish ideas! I didn't have Old Bay so I just used my seasoned NuSalt and I ground my pork rinds by hand. I will buy a food processor or some type of grinder soon - and some Old Bay because I've heard about that many times.

The fish turned out really good, it browned a little too fast but it was good. BUT, I gave the same recipes to my sister and she did it with pork rinds and she called me raving about how delicious it was. She said it was better than the fish she buys from the restaurant! Hers came out golden brown too so I'm going to try it again this weekend and see if I can get mine better. Overall though, I'm very happy with the results.

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I just did this last night, too.

I used Johnny's fish seasoning. It's even better for fish than old bay. It's awesome! Oh, and chicken likes the pork rind and chicken seasoning treatment, too. You have to just fry them 5 min. or so and then finish them in the oven.

I wonder if your oil was too hot?

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