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Salt and vinegar chips crumbling for all fish

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Hi there today I will tell you a delicious crumbling for your fish. You will need salt and vinegar chips and eggs. First whip the eggs with a fork. Then dip a fillet in the egg. The last thing is put the fillet in the chips that have been crunched up. This will taste delicious after cooked. This recipe works great for flathead. I hope you enjoy

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Great Idea.

Will have to try this one - thanks for sharing.

I often use Corn Flakes and other Cereals to crumb fish.

Use the blender and crumb to what size you prefer.

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Thanks for thanking me. Really appreciate it :)

 

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A crowd pleaser especially kids

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Ditto,

The kettle chip range have some great chips for this

Try the Sour Cream and Sweet Chilli Chips on your Snapper or Kingfish.

Bee-you-tee-full!

 

 

 

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good advice sounds fairly simple to.

I am guessing you just fry them on the pan

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bugger now im droolin..have to defrost some snapper fillets for tmow night now...rick

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ive never heard that one, sounds yum to me, will give it a go on my next flattie ;)

Edited by Regan

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Yup just fry them with some oil and there ready to go.

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Sounds like a simple recipe :P

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