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Fried Walleye Recipes

December 2, 2008 by  

There are a wide variety of fried walleye mixtures available, such as Shore Lunch. These are great and easy, but sometimes I don’t have them and want to make my own. If you want to change this fried walleye recipe, simply change the mixture.

Fried Walleye Recipe

2 cups Bread Crumbs
1 tbsp of Cajun Seasoning
1 tbsp Lawry’s Seasoning Salt
A few shakes of pepper

A bowl full of a cup of flour
2 eggs (whipped and set aside in a bowl)
Pan with bottom covered in Oil (oil of choice: vegetable)

(note: you can substitute the cajun seasoning with Italian seasonings and change the bread crumbs to Italian bread crumbs)

Fried Walleye Recipe Preparation:

I start by tossing the walleye fillets into the flour – coat both sides.

I then put the flour-covered walleye fillets into the whipped egg.

I then put the bread crumb mixture all into a 1-gallon zip lock bag. I add the walleye fillets into the bag and shake until they are all coated.

In a pan, cover the bottom with oil and turn to medium. When I add a drop of water into the oil and it crackles, it’s ready.

Go ahead and cook on each side for approx. 3 minutes. If you have a lot of oil, the fish will float when done. The coating should be slightly browned.

Go ahead and garnish with a lemon wedge and sauce of choice.

Probably one of the simplest and best tasting fried walleye recipes.

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