Lemony Dill Fish Bites (Fish Bites with Delicious Lemon Dill Sauce)


Eat alone, with tartar sauce (Below), on taco shells, or on sandwiches with lettuce/tomato!
Fish (I used Catfish)
Lemon Dill Sauce (Premake ahead):
1/2c Powdered Sugar (Confectioners sugar)
1/4tsp Garlic Powder
A little shy of 1/4c Freshly Squeezed Lemon Juice
1/4tsp Fresh Lemon Zest
2T Honey
1/2c Hot Water
1 Chicken Broth Cube (Crushed added to hot water to dissolve)
1tsp Rice Vinegar
1/8tsp Ginger Powder
1tsp Dried Dill Weed

For Frying:
1/3c Vegetable Oil, for frying (Try Coconut Oil- I have yet to try it, tho)
2-3 Eggs, Beaten

Batter Mixture:
3/4c Cornstarch
1/4c Cornmeal
3/4 tsp Garlic Powder
Up to 1/4 tsp Course Black Pepper
1/8tsp Sea Salt
1/2tsp Onion Powder
1/4tsp Paprika
1tsp Dried Dill Weed

Marinade fish 30min-1hr. in splash Soy Sauce and splash of Lemon Juice.
Preheat oven 350. Toss fish with batter, until all covered. Pour beaten eggs over. Lightly toss to cover all. (When laying fish in oil, You can spoon batter mixture over top, if it didn’t stick when tossing) Brown each side in oil. Add to baking pan, LIGHTLY sprinkle a PINCH of sea salt. Pour sauce carefully over. Bake 350 for 15minutes. CAREFULLY flip and bake additional 10-15minutes. Allow to cool slightly to thicken. Give one more toss LIGHTLY, to distribute sauce. Eat alone. With your favorite tartar sauce.
Or my Quick Tartar Sauce recipe:
1/3c Mayo
3/4tsp Capers, minced
Light splash Lemon Juice
Pinch Sea Salt
Sprinkle Paprika
Sprinkle Onion Powder
Sprinkle Garlic Powder
Sprinkle Pepper
Sprinkle Dill

Can also be eaten on wraps or as fish sandwiches!

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