Fried fish is usually fish-fillets dressed in batter and fried in oil, they are crispy on the outside with a soft, succulent texture on the inside.
Fish comes in a variety of unique flavors, from rich dark colored fish to light tasting white fish etc.
We have sauces for every kind of fish, for example, white fish goes exceptionally well with our spicy sauces.
Fish also goes well with beer, wine and other drinks, and a fish dish can be the star of your table tonight.
In this article, we have 6 kinds of sauces made with spices or lemon.
Set out the ingredients and you can make any one of them while your fish is frying.
If you don’t have the specified fish, try a different kind of fish and enjoy a different taste.
If one of them piques your interest, click the link to check out the recipe!
Spicy Fresh Vegetables Sauce for Fried Fish
This spicy sauce combines onion and jalapeño peppers with Okonomi Sauce and goes great with beer!
Putting this sauce together takes only a little chopping and mixing and will give your fried fish a zesty fresh flavor.
Korean Spice Sauce for Fried Tuna Steaks
Be sure to share this one with your family and friends.
Vegetable Spice Sauce for Fried Tilapia
There’s no need for chopping vegetable, just put all the ingredients into another pan and heat it up while frying your fish.
Tuscan Lemon Sauce for Fried Salmon
Green Coconut Curry Sauce for Fried Cod Fish
This rich sauce uses green curry paste to liven up the gentle flavor of cod.
Originally from Thailand, green curry gets its color from green chilies and is milder and somewhat more popular than red curry.
When chopped up, Thai basil has a stronger in flavor than regular basil, if available, try to use it in this recipe for a richer flavor.
Caribbean Jerk Sauce for Fried Catfish
This recipe for Caribbean jerk sauce combines chicken broth, butter, lemon juice, lime juice and plenty of spices, it is both unique and delicious.