Delicious Fried Fish Fillets make a quick and easy meal with zesty crispy comfort.
I am not a big fan of frying. So, when my little brother, the chef, came for a visit and asked what I wanted him to make for us for dinner I readily agreed to fried catfish.
Use whatever type of fish you prefer: catfish, cod, tilapia and red snapper are particularly delicious.
It isn't hard to make at all and doesn't use as much oil as you would think. You only need to fill a frying pan about ½ inch high of oil. And when the oil cools completely you can save it to reuse for frying other meals. I store mine in a glass jar.
What to Serve with Fried Fish Fillets
Sauces: fried fish is tasty on it's own, but I am not one to say no to a delicious dipping sauce. Here are some of our favorites:
Side Dishes: My brother served it with the Kohlrabi Slaw (you can use cabbage instead), but these other sides would also compliment the fish as well.
- Southern Style Kohlrabi Slaw (creamy)
- Carolina Slaw (vinegar based)
- Creamy Red Potato Salad
- Cajun Potato Salad
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- Skillet Shrimp Scampi from Cheese Curd In Paradise
- Smoked Salmon Quiche from Art of Natural Living
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Fried Fish Fillets
- 4 4-ounce fish fillets (such as catfish, cod, tilapia)
- ¾ cup cornmeal
- 2 tablespoons flour
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1 teaspoon paprika
- ½ teaspoon cayenne pepper
- ¼ teaspoon black pepper
- ½ olive oil and ½ vegetable oil for frying
- Mix cornmeal, flour, salt, paprika and peppers in plate or shallow dish. Dredge fish on both sides in cornmeal and flour mixture.
- Heat skillet on medium heat. Add oils to about ½ inch. Place fish fillets and cook about 3 minutes each side until thoroughly cooked.
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Until next time, happy eating!
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