Smoked Tomato Aiolinn3 cup Mayon1Tbsp Dijon Mustardn4 tsp Lemon Juicen4ea Garlic Clovesn6oz Smoked Tomatoes Choppedn2Tbsp Tomato Ketchupn1tsp Chopped ParsleynnSea salt and freshly ground black pepper to tastenFinish with a splash of brandynnCombine the first 6 ingredients in a food processor.nBlend for approximately 30 seconds Season with the salt and pepper and keep cold until serving.nnEdamame Corn Saladnn1.25cups Corn Kernelsn.5 cup Shelled Edamamen.25 cup Red Bell Pepper Small-Dicedn1 Tbsp Cilantro Finely Chopped Freshn1 Tbsp Olive Oiln1 Tbsp Lime Juice Freshn1.5tsp Ginger Gratedn.8 tsp Kosher Saltn.8 tsp Freshly Ground Black PeppernnCombine all ingredients. Cover and chill in refrigerator until ready to serve.nnDead Guy Ale Battern1.5 cans Dead Guy Alen3 cups Rice Flourn3 tsp Cornstarchn.5 tsp Kosher Saltn 1tsp Peppern 4 tsp Paprikan 4 cup Flour, for dredgingn nPour the beer into a large bowl. Sift the flour, salt, and paprika into the beer, whisking until the batter is light and frothy. (The batter may be used immediately or stored in the refrigerator for up to 1 week, but be sure to whisk it occasionally). Dredge the fish with flour, shaking off excess then dip in the beer batter, coating well, and drop them into the hot fat. When they are brown on one side – less than 1 minute – turn and brown them on the other side. Drain on paper towels.
>>> if you have never been up north to nisswa and grandview lodge, you’re missing out. emily says you have to try one of their eight restaurants there. >> today we’re bringing you one of their new dish was a spin on the old-fashioned beer-batter fish recipe. here is the checkity chef, michael manners. >> were you the guy in that video getting that spa treatment done? >> i probably could use a spa treatment. >> what have you got there? >> this is a little beer. thisis one of the secret greeds to our beer batter. we took a lot of common dishes and we tried to turn them into something that was a little bit different. we’re using a rogue brewery dead guy ale. >> if you don’t use the whole bottle in the recipe, what should you do with it? >> drink it. >> that’s what i was thinking. >> i use this, ’cause it makes a crispier. we took it a little bit light, i’m going to add some of this. >> and