Serve up a traditional fish fry, and discover more ways for frying fresh and frozen seafood from Hy-Vee.
To help monitor
the oil temperature
while frying, clip a fry thermometer to the side of the pot. Pay attention as the oil heats, and adjust the burner as needed.
the new fish fry
Community and restaurant fish fries are popular
in the midwest during the lenten season.
Bring the tradition into your home and learn different frying techniques featuring catfish, cod, tilapia, salmon and walleye.
Try these thin and quick-to-cook varieties of fish for your next fish fry.
Mild flavored, moist and slightly sweet white fish ideal for deep-frying.
Firm, flaky and mild white fish often pan-seared or oven-fried.
Tender, rich salmon is usually baked but cooks well in an air fryer.
Sweet and mild in flavor, walleye holds up well to deep-frying, pan-frying and baking.
Seafood with the responsible choice
was caught or farmed in a sustainable way that protects ecosystems and preserves fish supply for future generations.
Mix coating together in a shallow dish. Brush both sides of each fish fillet with olive oil.
Dredge fish in coating, covering each side completely and pressing firmly to help coating stick.
Top fish with Parmesan mixture and bake until golden brown and crispy.
Spoon salmon and marinade down the center of each tortilla, then roll.
Place the taquitos seam-sides down in the air fryer basket and cook until crispy.
Cook for 8 to 10 minutes, then use a spatula or tongs to flip fish and continue cooking.
While cooking, press the edges of the fish against the sides of the pan to sear.