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Fried Fish

Fried Fish


  1. Dip in batter of H20 + Fry Krisp Natural Batter Mix or ____ Batter Mix (French's ____)
  2. Can strain oil + re use __ times.
  3. Keep taking "Krispies" out of oil = not darken oil as much.

Fried Fish

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