Fried hake (Fish) #recipe

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Fried Fish

We are not one to eat many fried food, but one in a while we give into it and enjoy a tasty fried meal. It was not until our most recent trip to Dominican Republic when a friend showed us the way she makes fried hake.

I was happy to learn a different method of cooking hake and I have to say the fish tastes great. The recipe is very simple and straight forward and the measurements were very open to variation, so feel free to add or reduce the amount on any of the ingredients.
Tasty fried hake fish strips to enjoy with your favorite veggies and maybe a glass of wine.

Ready in: 35 Minutes (10 Prep - 25 Cook)  |  Serves: 4 - 6  |  Complexity: Very Easy
Ingredients
  • 8 Hake Strips
  • 2 Cups Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO)
  • 2 Cups Maicena or CornStarch
  • 2 1/2 tbs Sazon Completo Maggi or All Purpose seasoning (Adobo)
  • 1 tbsp Lime juice
  • 1 tsp Oregano (Optional)
  • 1/2 tsp Parsley (Optional)
Fried Fish - Ingredients
Directions
Fried Fish - frying the fish
  1. Pour EVOO into a frying pan over medium to high heat.
  2. Mean while mix the remaining ingredients with the exemption of the hake strips.
  3. Then pour mixture over the hake strips and pad well.
  4. fry by putting them one by one into the the oil.

These little Fried hake strips will surprise all your family and friends.

Fried Fish - Served at the Table

Server and enjoy with you favorite vegetables!
 
Jay
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Mishael
0 # RE: Fish #recipeMishael 2014-09-05 06:32
Sounds great specially with a glass of wine.
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Jesselyn Andersyn
0 # ~Jesselyn Andersyn 2014-09-11 01:14
My husband would be THRILLED if I surprised him and made this! His most favorite favorite food is "Fish & Chips)

We pretty much NEVER make fried food (we still try all the pubs around seeking good Fish & Chips ~ no luck there!)

But this looks like an irresistible treat for special occasion (we have one coming up on the 15th!) And I going to go for it.

I haven't seen much Hake around here, so I might have ti substitute with Halibut, Cod or Whitefish which I think would work pretty (let me know if you disagree!)

Again, thanks for the recipe and the inspiration!
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