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fried-catfish

Fried Catfish

It’s gospel, as far as I’m concerned: No catfish you ever make will ever be as good as catfish rolled in cornmeal and deep-fried. If you ...

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fried-catfish

Fried Catfish

Fill a 10- to 12-quart cast-iron Dutch oven half full with peanut oil. Set over medium heat and bring the oil to 350 degrees. Thorough...

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catfish-fillets-with-pecan-butter-sauce

Catfish Fillets with Pecan-Butter Sauce

Frying is such a common way to fix catfish, a Texan could grow up thinking the fish are born with a commeal crust. This is a fast and fla...

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cajun-catfish

Cajun Catfish

One of our chef's at Calhoun, Ilya Malachias, introduced this fish entree when I asked the chef's to explore "oven frying" fish and chick...

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cornmeal-crusted-fried-fish-fillets-with-homemade-tartar-sauce

Cornmeal-Crusted Fried Fish Fillets with Homemade Ta...

Sometimes nothing will do except a big platter of fried goodness. Whenever the craving hits, try these fish fillets, which fry up in only...

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tamale-style-catfish

Tamale-Style Catfish

Catfish and corn are made for each other. Whether a cornmeal coating on the fish, hush puppies, or fresh corn salsa, they are all quite g...

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peppered-catfish

Peppered Catfish

Most Americans fry their catfish. This will quickly disabuse you of that approach.

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cornmeal-catfish-bites

Cornmeal Catfish Bites

It just wouldn’t be a big ol’ celebration of southern food ways without some catfish, buttermilk, and cornmeal. This recipe gives you al...

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crunchy-fish-with-lemon-sauce

Crunchy Fish with Lemon Sauce

Panko bread crumbs, a coarser crumb, gives this fish a wonderful crunchy crus—great new choice of coating. Serve with or without Lemon Sa...

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catfish-with-sesame-seeds

Catfish with Sesame Seeds

Wash and pat the fish with dry paper towels. Cut the catfish diagonally into 1-inch strips. In a shallow pan, combine the cornmeal, flo...

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