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Does Anyone Have A Good Beer Batter Recipe?

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Would anyone have a really good gluten-free beer batter recipe that I can use for fried shrimp, onion rings? I have purchased the Redbridge beer, and really like it!! Have only been cooking gluten-free for about a month, and miss the fried shrimp.

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Mike Eberhart has a wonderful beer batter for onion rings but Iuse it for all my deep frying now. He has a blog, a website & you can buy his cookbook at Suretalentbooks.

mamaw

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Today on the ultimate with Tyler Florence on the Food network ,he made onionrings with rice flour maybe about 2 cups, l tablespoon of baking soda and l table spoon of baking powder salt and pepper and I used gluten-free beer. Dredge the onion in rice flour then in the batter. I did it twice to keep the breading on better, they turned out pretty well. I think the real recipe, not just the eyeball method that I use is on the food network ....I've waited 2 years for an onion ring.....pretty good, I also looked up the blooming onion sauce from outback. It was about a half cup mayonnaise , 2 Tablespoons of ketchup, horseradish about 2 T. salt pepper , paprika, and cayanne pepper. Oh what a night.... :P

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Today on the ultimate with Tyler Florence on the Food network ,he made onionrings with rice flour maybe about 2 cups, l tablespoon of baking soda and l table spoon of baking powder salt and pepper and I used gluten-free beer. Dredge the onion in rice flour then in the batter. I did it twice to keep the breading on better, they turned out pretty well. I think the real recipe, not just the eyeball method that I use is on the food network ....I've waited 2 years for an onion ring.....pretty good, I also looked up the blooming onion sauce from outback. It was about a half cup mayonnaise , 2 Tablespoons of ketchup, horseradish about 2 T. salt pepper , paprika, and cayanne pepper. Oh what a night.... :P

I am so excited to see this! Okay few questions. Actually not question so much as walk me through it?!. Sorry. so i put the onion in the rice flour mix. What is the batter? Where do i insert my Redbridge? Is it soak onions in beer, put in flour mix and put in oil? Thanks for helping me...I need some good football food. Figure if i am giong to watch a game I better have some yummys to go w/ it.

Jody

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Bumping this up.

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I am so excited to see this! Okay few questions. Actually not question so much as walk me through it?!. Sorry. so i put the onion in the rice flour mix. What is the batter? Where do i insert my Redbridge? Is it soak onions in beer, put in flour mix and put in oil? Thanks for helping me...I need some good football food. Figure if i am giong to watch a game I better have some yummys to go w/ it.

Jody

Here is the link for the Tyler Florence recipe that was mentioned earlier with instructions for when to use the beer (It IS for the batter and not for saucing the cook :lol::lol: )

http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/recipes/re...6_37048,00.html

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Here is the link for the Tyler Florence recipe that was mentioned earlier with instructions for when to use the beer (It IS for the batter and not for saucing the cook :lol::lol: )

http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/recipes/re...6_37048,00.html

??!?!??!? WHAT?!?!?!? not for saucing the cook? jeez...! thanks a ton! Wisconsin Badger game Saturday and I need some good ole' down home munchies! Can't sit at the bar and eat them so i am making the mozzarella sticks i saw here and the onion rings, chicken tenders, and fries....maybe some mushrooms w/ the same batter!

THANK YOU THANK YOU!

Jody

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I have Mike Eberhart's book and unfortunately am lactose intolerant so can't use the recipe. My mouth waters just looking at the photo of the onion rings. His book is excellent...am so glad I purchased it.

Just yesterday I tried this batter and my wheat eating husband couldn't stop raving about it. I used Redbridge beer and tilapia fish fillet. I will try this on shrimp and cut back the dill weed and use Old Bay seasoning, and will also do onion rings. Success at last!! I drained the fish on newspapers....very absorbant...the way the English do.Gluten Free Beer Batter Fish and Chips

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Acersma

Just wanted to let you know we are not permitted to bump-up stuff on this site. I got myself in trouble a while back for doing just that...

I felt like a two year old in trouble ............ I think it is rule 3

mamaw

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Based on recipe's on the web I just made up my own. Started with all purpose gluten-free flour and seasoning (added onion powder, garlic powder and cayenne). Then mixed in redbridge beer until I had a "pancake" consistency. I then let the mixture sit for a few hours. Loved it!

Hez

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