Freshly caught fish and laid-back cooking from Saskatchewan's Hatchett Lake Lodge inspire this fish & chips menu for 8.
While it was pickerel we feasted on for our shore lunch at Hatchet Lake, Sask., any white freshwater fish will do for this classic fish-fry. There is more batter than needed, but it makes it easier to dip the fish.
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Fresh, crisp and tangy coleslaw makes an ideal side dish for fried fish. The extra step of draining the shredded cabbage helps the coleslaw keep longer without getting watery.
This is a must-have for any fish-fry. Frying the onions in oil before the potatoes adds subtle flavour to the fries. Plus, the onions become meltingly tender inside with crisp edges and a wicked sweetness.
The baked beans at the shore lunch was a dish I always looked forward to. Dipping fresh-cut fried potatoes in beans is certainly better than ketchup!
Simple and comforting, this yummy dish is truly satisfying.
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