Crispy Catfish

Crispy Catfish

"Grilling may well become your favorite way to prepare this popular fish!"
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  1. In a shallow dish, combine the first four ingredients. Pat fillets dry; dip in butter, then coat with crumb mixture.
  2. Coat grill rack with nonstick cooking spray before starting grill. Grill fillets, covered, over medium-hot heat for 10 minutes or until fish flakes easily with a fork, carefully turning once.

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I made this recipe for my family and a few friends. I pan fried it instead of cooking it on the grill. The results were amazing. I received rave reviews from everyone. As a matter of fact, t...

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Wow, I can't believe in all the reviews I read NO ONE mentioned the butter. I've made fish MANY times from many recipes and NEVER have I seen a recipe calling for the fish to be dipped in butter...

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I made this recipe for my family and a few friends. I pan fried it instead of cooking it on the grill. The results were amazing. I received rave reviews from everyone. As a matter of fact, t...

Everyone in my family loved this fish. The only thing I changed was instead of crushed crackers I used bread crumbs. I will definitely be making this again!

WEnt Fishing today with my 11 year old Daughter. Hoping to catch enough catfish for a realk good catfish dinner for us and my Wife. BOY DID WE! we ended up with 9 fish aprox 4.5 pounds...

Loved this! We also soaked the fish in milk for 15 minutes before breading, and grilled on foil to avoid sticking and it worked great. Fish was moist, tender, and rich. Even the roommate who ...

This fish came out perfect! Probably the best fish (and chips) I've ever had! I made this recipe with just a few small changes. I didn't have any garlic salt so I just used garlic powder and ins...

This was an excellent way to prepare the fish. As a few of the other reviewers suggested I soaked the fish in milk for at least 15 min. & used garlic powder instead of garlic salt. I still tho...

DH fell in love all over again, I thought it was a little salty so I'll work on that first by replacing garlic salt with garlic powder or a minced fresh clove. Too cold to grill so I pan fried ...

This was wonderful. Made in one of those fish grill things that you can flip over coated with a little oil. Outside was nice and crunchy & inside very moist. Also made with 1/2 panko, 1/2 WW ...

Yummy! I tried this since I had some catfish and I did not know what to do with. I crushed th saltines in smaller chunks, and I dipped the catfish in milk with a little olive oil instead of butt...

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