Fried White Fish with Sweet Onion Tartare Sauce

Fried White Fish with Sweet Onion Tartare Sauce

Make this simple fry by using just a few ingredients. Top with some sweet onion tartare sauce to give it that restaurant flavor! This is also great with shrimp.

Ingredients: 4 servings

White fish filet - flounder, cod, etc.
400 g
a small amount
a small amount
Frying oil
as needed
2 Step Simple Batter Recipe ID: 1364962
Egg (medium)
Cake flour
8 tablespoon
5 tablespoons
as needed
Sweet onion tartare sauce
Finely chopped sweet onions (if you don't have sweet onions, then you can use regular onions)
5 tablespoons
5 tablespoons
1/2 teaspoon
Lemon juice
1/2 teaspoon
Parsley (dried or fresh)
to taste


1. [Simple 2-Step Batter] Add the egg into a bowl and mix it up with some chopsticks. Then add in the flour and mix until no longer lumpy.
2. *Adjust the thickness of the batter by adding a little water or flour, if necessary.
3. [How to make the tartare sauce] Mix all of the ingredients together.
4. Remove the small bones from the white fish filet (I used righteye flounder this time). Then, cut them into bite-sized pieces and season with salt and pepper.
5. Coat with fish with the batter you made in and then coat with panko.
6. Deep fry in oil over medium heat for 5 minutes. Serve it on a plate and top with the tartare sauce.
7. I used the tartare sauce in this recipe too. [Chicken nanban in a Lekué steamer] Recipe ID: 1316231

Story Behind this Recipe

When I made the tartare sauce for [Chicken nanban in a lekué steamer], I realized that this would go great with many different kinds of fried dishes.