the fish into large pieces for frying. Salt them and dust with the
seasoning mix. Press this into the fish fillets, let them sit on the
cutting board while you heat up the oil in a large pan, Dutch oven or
fryer. You want enough to almost submerge the fish. Bring the oil to
Set a cooling rack over a baking sheet in your oven and set it to 200°F.
the buttermilk, eggs, Tabasco and Worcestershire. Dunk as many pieces
of walleye as will fit in your frying pan without them touching each
can either flour your fish in a large, shallow pan, or in a plastic
bag. Regardless, flour the fish heavily, pressing it into the pieces.
You want a few chunks here and there. If you want your fried fish extra
crispy, put them back in the buttermilk and back in the flour a second
time — if you do this, you will need more buttermilk, eggs and flour.
your fish until golden brown on each side, about 3 to 4 minutes per
side. Move them to the cooling rack in the oven while you do the next
Recipe courtesy of Honest Food