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Can you cook frozen battered fish in a deep fat fryer?

Asked: Mike A Philbrick, Last Updated:

DEEP FRY: PLACE FROZEN BATTERED FILLETS IN PREHEATED 350°F/180°C OIL FOR APPROXIMATELY 6 TO 7 MINUTES OR UNTIL DONE. FOR BEST RESULTS, DO NOT OVERFILL FRYER BASKET AND DO NOT OVERCOOK. DRAIN ON PAPER TOWEL AND SERVE.

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