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Long john silvers type batter #715262 10/10/02 12:27 PM
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Anyone have a long john silver's style batter?

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Re: Long john silvers type batter #715263 10/10/02 07:02 PM
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try http://www.fishermansexpress.com/longjohn-batter.html

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http://www.cooks.com/rec/doc/iTAGUGdGdGA...fsGssAsAAsfAhh/

I did a search for long john silver recipe in yahoo and came up with a bunch.

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Re: Long john silvers type batter #715264 01/20/03 04:12 AM
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Search www.copykat.com for recipes of restaurants. The even got KFC’s secret recipe online.


Re: Long john silvers type batter #715265 01/28/03 12:56 AM
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Ever tried the beer batter sold at most stores. You add a can of beer instead of water. Makes good onion rings too. Its close to LJS stuff...

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Re: Long john silvers type batter #715266 02/06/03 01:31 PM
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I use onion ring mix. It's really good, and cooks up just like Long John's....Try it, you'll like it.........


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Re: Long john silvers type batter #715267 02/08/03 04:31 PM
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Any particular brand of onion ring mix? What grocery store carries it?

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Re: Long john silvers type batter #715268 02/10/03 04:49 AM
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TRY PANCAKE BATTER! IT WILL HAVE A SLIGHT SWEET TASTE, BUT I BALKED AT IT WHEN IT WAS PREPARED THAT WAY FOR ME, BUT IT WAS GOOD, VERY GOOD.

OF COURSE WE WERE EATING CHUNKS OF 80 POUND HALIBUT...MMMMMM.

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Re: Long john silvers type batter #715269 02/10/03 08:25 PM
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Look at this (just click on it) http://www.cooks.com/rec/search/yTfGfhdG...GsysdsfApAOshA/

LONG JOHN SILVER FISHBATTER
2/3 c. beer1,/3 c. lemon juice,1 egg,1/2 c. self-rising flour,Salt and pepper to taste
Mix all ingredients in a large mixing bowl with wire whisk until batter is smooth. Let it stand at room temperature for 10 minutes. Loosely covered.

Moisten 3 pounds of fish fillets in water. Flour each fillet lightly with all-purpose flour. Let pieces dry without touching on a wire rack.

One piece at a time dip the floured filets in batter and fry in hot oil. Cook fillets about 4 minutes, turn and cook other side.




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Re: Long john silvers type batter #715270 02/12/03 06:17 PM
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McCormick makes a good BEER BATTER mix available at most Grocery stores that is very similar to LJS...

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