Sunday, June 20, 2010

GFDF Fish Batter

1 cup all purpose gluten-free flour
2 teaspoons gluten-free baking powder
gluten-free seasoning/spices to taste
1 egg
1 cup soda water
1 cup rice flour
On a large plate sprinkle the rice flour, this is what you will be coating the fish in first.
Into a mixing bowl toss the flour, baking powder, egg, seasoning of choice, stir.
Then add the soda water - it will fizz up a fair bit so make certain you use a deepish bowl.
Coat the fish well in the rice flour, then, when the oil is hot, dredge the fish in the batter and carefully place straight in the hot pan.
Turn after approx. 5 mins.
This is a pleasantly light batter that doesn't over-power the fish but compliments it nicely.
Serve with simple potato wedges, sour cream - or a dollop of Greek yoghurt for the healthier option - on a bed of rocket, dill and sauteed fennel.


Valerie Foley said...

You are a little spooky, Ro.

Tonight, I said...'The ever present chicken nuggets need to be gluten free now' We must bite the GF bullet.

But I was concerned about how I would replicate the batter.

And here you come with your recipe.

Thank you, thank you, thank you.

Ro said...

I'm forever lurking at keyholes... ;) lol

fiona2107 said...

THanks for that Ro- I have been looking for a light batter!
Im trying it this week :)

CoconutPalmDesigns said...

That batter sounds really good. Thanks for posting the recipe.

Stopping by from SITS to welcome you!

Cheers :-)
- CoconutPalmDesigns