A Southern specialty, perfectly seasoned fried catfish is probably one of the most popular seafood meals. From fried catfish sandwiches to spicy battered fillets, these easy fried catfish recipes will make seafood supper a regular request.See Popular Fried Catfish Recipes
From Betty's Soul Food Collection... Purr-fect for catfish or any mild-flavored fish, this dish goes from pan to kitchen table in 20 minutes flat--with a spicy cornmeal breading that's sure to heat up dinner hour!
Crisp and golden catfish, a favorite among fish lovers, is topped with salty bacon in this dinner recipe.
This traditional Cajun catfish and sweet pepper sandwich makes a quick and easy weeknight dinner.
A tangy mixture of mayo, ketchup, and Cajun seasoning spices up to these quick and easy mini sandwiches.
Parmesan cheese and ground pecans are the flavor-makers in this crumb-coated fish.
Here, we use healthier extra-virgin olive oil with a bit of butter added for its flavor instead of the tablespoons of butter usually used to make classic "amandine" sauce for pan-fried catfish fillets. The results are delicately flavored and have only a third of the calories, fat and sodium of a classic version.
Cornmeal, bread crumbs, Parmesan cheese and herbs make the crispy coating for the fried fish in this Southern dinner recipe.
In Cajun country, catfish is king. And as we gear up to celebrate Mardi Gras (or Fat Tuesday), we take our own bow to the catfish that folks from Louisiana know how to cook to perfection. Pan-fried or baked, catfish has a mild flavor that marries well with spices like paprika and cayenne pepper, and a dash of hot-pepper sauce.
Anyone who thinks Mardi Gras is just a chance to party doesn't know enough about the delicious food that's at the heart of this annual festival. New Orleans cuisine is the stuff of legend -- spicy jambalaya, blackened catfish, savory dirty rice. Really, what's not to love?
In the classic fairytale, Goldilocks was on a quest to find the perfect bowl of porridge. Here in the real world, as we've learned more and more about the health benefits of eating fish, many of us are on a quest to find the perfect seafood: one that's not too expensive, not unhealthy, but just right. This can sometimes seem like an impossible task.
What's an eco-conscious seafood lover to do? Anyone concerned with the environmental impact of the food they buy can look for the USDA "organic" label on everything from apples to smoked sausage, but one big swath of the grocery store remains organic-free: the seafood counter. There are currently no national standards for what might constitute "organic" seafood.