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Beer Batter Halibut (personal, authentic Alaska version is top notch.) Trays of it and there'll be no leftovers

Beer-Battered Fish: You can make these fillets with or without beer. Eat the fillets alone or sandwiched between burger buns. Add tangy tartar sauce, crisp lettuce leaves, and a tomato slice for the ultimate fish sandwich!

Good taste is the worst vice...: Alaskan beer battered halibut

Beer battered halibut You will need: lbs halibut filets (or substitute similar firm-fleshed fish) 2 egg whites 1 cup flour teaspoon salt 2 teaspoon canola oil 1 cup beer Directions: Cut halibut into pieces, about 3 inches square.

Beer-Battered Fish and Chips recipe from Nordstrom. Photo by Jeff Powell.

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Beer Batter Halibut

Alaskan beer battered halibut

Alaskan beer battered halibut - Good Taste is the Worst Vice

Beer Battered Fish Tacos with Baja Sauce - I swapped out for both light mayo and light sour cream. Added some yummy avocado and a good squeeze of lime. I even skipped the marinating of the fish because of time. I used halibut and it was YUMMY!

Beer Battered Fish Tacos with Baja Sauce - I swapped out for both light mayo and light sour cream. Added some yummy avocado and a good squeeze of lime. I even skipped the marinating of the fish because of time. I used halibut and it was YUMMY!

An easy recipe for perfect, crispy and crunchy, golden brown beer battered fish and chips!

How to Make Great Beer Battered Fish

An easy recipe for perfect, crispy and crunchy, golden brown beer battered fish and chips!

Master the perfect beer batter for all your deep frying needs!

How to Make Beer Batter

1 cup Gold Medal All-Purpose Flour 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon salt 1 cups light beer Extra flour for dredging