Gin & Tonic Fish Goujons
A delightful twist on the classic fish goujons, easy to make these delightful fish goujons are perfect for a variety of occasions. They make an excellent appetizer at dinner parties, offering a unique twist that will impress guests. They can also be served as a main course alongside a dipping sauce like Tartare or with a side of fresh salad for a complete meal. These Gin and Tonic Fish Goujons are sure to delight both seafood enthusiasts and gin lovers alike.
No Alcohol Alternative: If you want to make them child friendly just swap the gin for more tonic water!
- 500g skinned white fish (cod, haddock, sole etc)
- Sea Salt
- Veg oil
- 200g plain flour
- 1 1/2 tsp baking powder
- pinch of salt
- 25 ml of gin
- 175ml tonic water
- Make the batter by mixing together the baking powder, flour & salt. Then add the gin and half of the tonic water. Whisk until just combined as we want the batter to stay bubbly.
- Chill for 30 minutes then add the rest of the tonic water. This should keep the batter light.
- For the fish goujons cut your fillets into decent sized chunks.
- Season them with salt and then coat in the batter.
- Heat the oil until it is about 190'C then fry the goujons in small batches until golden brown. (About 2-3 minutes)
- Serve and Enjoy! (We recommend serving with some delicious Tartare Sauce!)