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Mountain-fried Bluegill Recipe for Bluegill
-salt and pepper, to taste
-flour, or cornmeal
Have your bluegill fillets ready to coat.
Dip each fillet into egg wash as your oil (hopefully in a cast iron pot) is heating. After oil is hot, around 350°, dip into the coating mixture, "built" using your own preferences, and back into the egg wash. Coat them in the flour mixture once more, and put them into the oil, gently. Cook for around 5-7 minutes, or until they're golden brown, and flaky. Serve with tartar sauce, ketchup, or barbeque sauce. Enjoy.
The fresher the fillets, the whiter, and flakier the meat will be.
08/20/13 02:10 AM
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