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keeping Fried Fish warm #13039642
01/23/19 06:52 PM
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Will be frying fish, fries and hush puppies for about 60 people....What is the best way to keep the fish warm before serving?

Thanks

Re: keeping Fried Fish warm [Re: coach51] #13039655
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Set oven on 150. But newspaper on cookie sheet, paper towels on top. Lay fish on paper towels and set in oven.


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Re: keeping Fried Fish warm [Re: Cast] #13039662
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Originally Posted by Cast
Set oven on 150. But newspaper on cookie sheet, paper towels on top. Lay fish on paper towels and set in oven.

i agree except i put the fish in a brown paper bag. just old school i guess. same with cold fish, always stored in a BPB. not much better than fried fish the next day out of a BPB.


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Re: keeping Fried Fish warm [Re: smooth move] #13039664
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Thanks. I will not have access to an oven, the cooking will be done outside. Can I use a roaster pan on low?

Re: keeping Fried Fish warm [Re: coach51] #13039697
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Yes, I almost said electric roasting pan on low. I’d layer newspaper, fish, newspaper, fish.


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Re: keeping Fried Fish warm [Re: coach51] #13039875
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The electric roasting pan is the method that i use also.

Re: keeping Fried Fish warm [Re: thrashfish] #13040409
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Originally Posted by thrashfish
The electric roasting pan is the method that i use also.

jeez! i passed on one of those at a garage sale a while back.


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Re: keeping Fried Fish warm [Re: coach51] #13050482
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If you use a roaster dont put the lid on all of the way. If you close it up the fish will get soggy and not stay crisp. I like to use brown paper bags as others have said because your fish and fries stay crisp and dont get soft from the steam buildup.

Re: keeping Fried Fish warm [Re: coach51] #13059788
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The way I do it is to put it in a paper sack after taking it out of the pot. Put layers of paper towels between batches. Sometimes I double up the sacks for more insulation. Fold over the top as well to hold the heat in. The sack breathes and keeps it from getting soggy. Before serving, I pull the paper towels out and let everyone self-serve with their hands or tongs. Has always worked great.

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