February is what I remember when I batter-coat something. Not the month so to speak but FEB as in the sequence of batter coating: first F (flour); then E (egg). last B (batter).
Today, however, it is another batter or bread-like coating for this fish fillets with the use of soda crackers/biscuits. Soda cracker is a thin, usually square cracker made from white flour, yeast, and baking soda. Perhaps it is what I grew up with that soda crackers are not usually salty; thus from my understanding, soda cracker and saltine cracker are different kinds of biscuit especially when taste is concerned.
It is a simplification of F.E.B as only two ingredients are required. The two ingredients "breaded" coating for this pan-fried mahi-mahi fillets: egg white and soda crackers.
Crush the soda crackers to turn to fine crumbs. With thin slices of fish fillet, dip (thoroughly coat) in egg white then coat with soda cracker crumbs then pan-fry at medium heat till fish is cooked.
Golden delicious and fragrant!
Enjoy these delightful small bites as snacks or appetizers.
Tag: fried fish, mahi mahi
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