Friday, March 25, 2016

Golden Graham Breaded Fried Fish

It is a great time of the year when the fish start biting. I was lucky enough to be included on a fishing trip recently and we had a blast. We caught a bunch of fish, so I decided what better time for this General Mills Challenge! I decided to use Golden Grahams as a breading and it did not disappoint! It added a nice sweet taste to the already delicious white perch!

Golden Graham Breaded Fried Fish
by Luke

6 filets of fish
2 Tablespoons of your favorite Cajun seasoning (I used Teet's All Purpose Cajun Seasoning)
2 eggs beaten
2 cups buttermilk
1 cup of flour
2 cups Golden Grahams cereal, crushed
Peanut Oil

Pour the recommended amount of oil in your fryer, and heat to 375°F.

Season fish with seasoning. Beat eggs in a mixing bowl, then add buttermilk and stir. Mix flour and crushed cereal well in a bowl and set aside.

Take one seasoned fillet and soak in egg wash, remove from egg wash and place fillet into the batter and coat both sides well. Bring back to egg wash. Once dipped into egg wash the second time, place the fillet back into the batter and coat both sides well. Place each fillet aside on a cutting board until all fillets are battered.

Carefully place fillets into fryer and fry until they are golden brown or until they float to the top. Once cooked, place cooked fillets onto a baking rack so that the bottom of the fillets do not get soggy.

Once cooled enough, go ahead and indulge on the great flavor that the Golden Grahams give the fish.

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