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10 oz (283 g) x 12
2 tbsp mix
about 16 per pack
All You Need: 1/2 cup Fry Mix; 1 lb. seafood or fish; water or milk; vegetable oil. 1. Pour Fry Mix into shallow dish or large plastic bag. Moisten seafood or fish, cut into serving-size pieces, with water or milk. Shake off excess. 2. Coat seafood, several pieces at a time, evenly with Fry Mix. Let stand 5 minutes. Discard any remaining Fry Mix. Fry as directed below. Deep-Fry: Pour oil into deep-fryer, large heavy skillet or saucepan, filling no more than 1/3 full. Heat to 375 degrees F on medium heat. Carefully add fish, several pieces at a time to hot oil. Fry 3 to 5 minutes, turning once to brown evenly, or until fish is golden brown and flakes easily with a fork. Drain on paper towels. Oven-Fry: Cover bottom of shallow baking pan with melted butter. Arrange seafood or fish in single layer in pan. Turn to coat with butter. Bake in preheated 425 degrees F oven 10 to 20 minutes or until fish is golden brown around edges and flakes easily with fork. Best with shrimp, scallops, tilapia, flounder, or catfish. Also try with shucked oysters and clams, or soft-shell crabs (pierce several times before coating). Entire package coats 4 lbs. seafood or 6 lbs. fish. Serve with McCormick Cocktail Sauce or Tartar Sauce. Cooking Tips: For a thicker coating, dip fish in a mixture of 3 tbsp. milk and 2 beaten eggs before coating with Fry Mix. Fry several pieces of seafood or fish at a time to help maintain oil at its best frying temperature. Larger shrimp or scallops and thicker fish fillets need longer cooking time than smaller pieces. Flavorful Tip: For extra flavor, stir 1 tsp. Old Bay Seasoning into 1/2 cup Fry Mix.
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