Making a meal at home is super easy, especially when a friend shared a recipe (or two) to help keep things interesting and tasty (read, I was tired of the same ol’ same old dishes that I was making.) I recalled that while I live in the South-East parts of the United States, Fried fish was a common dish (and oh, how yummy it is, too!!))
So here it goes:
1 large can of green beans (warmed up on the stove)
2 Cups of dry, white rice–4 cups of water, cook with pinch of salt
1 small can of sliced mushrooms with a creamy pepper sauce
8 pieces of Alaska Whitening (or similar fish)
Batter..1/2 cup white flour, 1/2 cup corn flour, salt pepper, paprika in one bowl,
Second bowl has an 2 eggs beat with milk
Dip each piece of fish into the egg/milk solution, then dip into the flour mix, coating on both sides. Put the battered fish into a skillet (on medium with the bottom covered in Sunflower oil or your favorite oil) Fry Fish on both sides until crispy and done all the way through.
Place 2 friend fish, a serving of green beans, and serving of rice (with the mushroom grave on top) and serve.
Serves 4 hearty meals (or 8 lighter meals)
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