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stout battered fish and truffle fries

Stout-Battered Fish & Truffle Fries

Crispy on one side and crunchy on the other. Stout-battered and panko crusted North Atlantic cod paired with crispy, golden truffle French fries.

What You'll Need

Amount Ingredients
1 cup Mayonnaise
Large Dill Pickle, Finely Chopped
1/2 Lemon, Juiced
1 tsp Custom Culinary® Sriracha Lime Seasoning
2 pc North Atlantic Cod
  Frying Oil
1/8 cup Custom Culinary® Seasoned Flour
1/2 cup Custom Culinary® All Purpose Crispy Batter, Prepared as per Instructions Substituting Water with 50% Ice Cold Stout and 50% Ice Cold Soda Water
1/2 cup Custom Culinary® Panko Breadcrumbs
1/2  Lemon, Whole
1 Tbsp Custom Culinary® Sriracha Lime Seasoning
2 cups French Fries (Yukon Gold Potatoes)
1/4 cup Custom Culinary® Parmesan Truffle Flavour Glaze
  Frying Oil


Sriracha Tartar Sauce
  • Add all ingredients into a small bowl and mix until well blended. Add to a ramekin and place onto the plate.
Truffle Fries
  • Bring fryer oil up to 360F (182°C) and cook French fries for 3-4 minutes until crispy and golden. Remove and place into stainless-steel bowl. While hot, toss French fries gently with Custom Culinary® Parmesan Truffle Flavour Glaze. Set aside.
Fried Cod Assembly
  • Create a bed of truffle Parmesan fries on the warmed plate. Place fried cod on top of fries. Serve with lemon and the Sriracha tartar sauce on the side.

Chef Tips

  • The flavour glaze will stay on the surface of the fries and keep them crispy longer than a water-based sauce.

  • You can play with different proportions of liquid with the all-purpose crispy batter to get a thinner batter or different liquids like gin & tonic or vodka & soda to get a different background note than a beer.

  • Keep the temperature of the fryer at 360°F (182°C) for the fish to ensure there is not as much oil saturation into the batter. If you are frying cold/frozen items in the fryer at the same time, temporarily increase the temperature by another 10 degrees to compensate for the drop in temperature. 

  • The all-purpose crispy batter can be used as a predust in lieu of the seasoned flour to get an even crispier finished product.