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Why isn’t my fried fish crispy?

Asked: RiverValleyGuidingCo, Last Updated:

The trick to getting it right is the consistency of the batter. ... If your fish batter is not crispy enough when cooked try thinning the batter with a little more liquid. Pre-heating the oil to the proper temperature is also very important or the fish will absorb too much of the oil while cooking.

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  • How long do you soak pellets for fishing?

    Preparing and Loading Pellets

    1. Empty your desired amount of 2mm Sticki Pellets into the mesh bag from the Pellet Wetter.
    2. Once filled, zip up the mesh cage and fully submerge the bag/pellets in the EVA bowl filled with water.
    3. Soak 2mm's for 2 minutes or 4mm's for 4 minutes.

  • Is it good to fish for catfish after it rains?

    Rain can often times cause catfish to become more likely to feed and actively search out prey than periods of non-rain. For different reasons that will be discussed later on, catfish will bite before, during, and after rain events which often leads to good catfish fishing.

  • What color is salmon when over cooked?

    Overcooked salmon is super-firm and opaque orange all the way through and whether it's farm-raised or wild, it will be dry, chalky, and, frankly, a waste of your hard-earned cash.

  • Is spin fishing easier than fly fishing?

    Though the skill of the angler often trumps any of the above mentioned, an equally matched spin fisherman vs a fly fisherman, the spin fisherman is probably the better bet if its not on a river for trout. The true intent of spin fishing is results driven and is arguably easier than fly fishing.

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  • What to do if pH is low in fish tank?

    If the pH in your tank is too low, there are several methods you can use to bring it up. By gradually adding bicarbonates to your tank, changing up the items in your tank, and cleaning the tank on a regular basis, you can successfully raise the pH of your aquarium and keep it that way.

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  • How much is the Cajun crispy shrimp at Popeyes?

    You can get 8 Cajun Crispy Shrimp, a side, and a biscuit for $5.

  • How do you keep breading from falling off shrimp?

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  • Is it okay to eat swordfish medium rare?

    Unlike tuna, it should be just - but only just - cooked right through, bearing in mind that it will continue cooking in its own heat after it is removed from the pan. Swordfish a la rose, the trendy term for fish cooked rare to medium-rare, is not recommended.

  • Why does my catfish taste muddy?

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    Fish bones visible on X-ray include Cod, Haddock, Colefish, Lemon sole and Gurnard. Fish bones more difficult to see include Grey mullet, Plaice, Monkfish and Red snapper. Fish bones not visible on X-ray include Herring, Kipper, Salmon, Mackerel, Trout and Pike.

  • Can fish smell humans?

    Like with sound, fish are able to detect smells underwater far greater then the average human can in air. While smell may dissipate quickly for humans in the surrounding atmosphere, it lingers much longer in water, and a fish can detect odors in far smaller quantities.

  • How long do you poach fish for?

    Bring your poaching liquid to a simmer over medium heat, and cook the fish for 10 minutes or until the center of the fish seems opaque and it flakes easily when prodded with a fork. Do not bring the liquid to a rolling boil - keep it at a simmer. When the fish is done, remove it from the liquid with a slotted spatula.

  • What is Japanese dried fish called?

    Niboshi (煮干し), often called iriko (炒り子) in Western Japan, are Japanese dried infant sardines (sometimes incorrectly translated as anchovies). They are one of many varieties of small dried fish used throughout Asia in snacks and as seasoning for soup stocks and other foods.

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    What Color Gravel is Best for Fish Tanks? Many experts believe that the color and type of substrate used should be as close to the natural environment of the fish and plants you keep as possible. Most fish, however, are adaptable and will do fine with pink, red, blue, or yellow gravel, assuming they are well-cared for.

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