The 5 Best Substitutes for Flour in Frying Fish

When you’re cooking fish, it’s really hard to get that golden crust. To help you out, here are five of the best substitutes for flour in fish fry.

Cornstarch: The texture is similar to bread crumbs and it can be used as a substitute for both flour and cornmeal. It also has a nice flavor that will enhance your dish.

Baking soda: It produces carbon dioxide bubbles that make the crust crispier and golden brown.

Potato starch: This is a great substitute because it has a light texture and gives the same results as flour or cornmeal. It is also gluten-free!

Egg yolks: The amount of fat in an egg yolk makes it perfect for frying up thinly cut pieces of fish fillets or steaks

What are the five best substitutes for flour in fish fry?

Ok folks this is just gonna be a quick recap list and just a short article today from me. I hope you can find it useful.

If you’ve been looking for a substitute for flour in your fish fry, here are five of the best substitutes:

1. Cornstarch

2. Baking soda

3. Potato starch

4. Egg yolks

5. Whole-wheat flour

Another great way to fry fish but is less common, is to dip your fish in some whisked eggs and then coat in parmesan cheese. This is a bit out of the box but ive tried it myself and can attest to its deliciousness.