We tried this dish for the first time in Turkey. Although I don't like fish at all, but I liked the taste of this treat and my whole family! Very quickly fried in a boiling deep-fry, the inside remains indescribably tender and juicy, and the crispy crust adds additional flavor notes. I hope you like it!
Cut the fish fillet into portions, do not mince it too much - so that when frying the fish retains its juiciness. Add salt and pepper to taste.
In a coffee grinder, grind the oat flakes. Transfer to a plate.
Add the poppy (it can also be crushed if desired). Mix the ingredients. Add a little salt to the breadcrumbs.
Beat the eggs a little with a fork. Preheat the fryer well. This is important! When releasing the fish into the insufficiently heated oil, excess fat will be absorbed! Dip the prepared pieces into the egg mass
Then roll in the poppy-oat mixture. Repeat this procedure again - again dip in the egg, then in the breading. Shake off excess breadcrumbs. Immediately put it in a frying pan with a hot deep-fry.
Quickly fry until golden brown. Do not over-dry the fish! It is fried very quickly!
Place the finished pieces of fish on paper towels to remove excess oil.
We serve the dish hot with your favorite side dish-potatoes, pasta, rice.