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Battered hake

Battered, deep-fried fish is part of the Dutch food culture. The ‘Lekkerbekje’ is traditionally made using whiting. This is a variant using hake fillets. The trisol in the recipe keeps the batter crust crispy.

Battered hake

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Ingredients

5

 

hake fillets

350

g

flour

150

g

trisol

500

g

iced water

Preparation method

  • Season the hake fillets with salt and pepper, lay them on kitchen paper, and pat them dry.
  • Make a batter using the flour, trisol, and iced water.
  • Dredge the fillets through the batter and deep fry in the oil until golden brown.

Serving suggestions

  • As a classic dish with remoulade sauce.
  • Add a Japanese touch with ponzu.

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