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4 slices halibut
2 eggs
1 c. oil (or more, if needed)
salt and pepper
1 button garlic or a little
garlic salt

If fish is bought in frozen packages it is better to cut
through the slices. I find that they are too thick and hard to
cook without burning. Season fish with salt, pepper and flour;
both sides. Beat up eggs; dip in floured fish in the batter
until both sides are covered. Put oil and 1 button of garlic
or garlic salt in large frypan. Be sure you have enough oil to
cover at least half of the fish. Fry slowly. As not to burn
egg; turn often until golden brown or fish is cooked. I always
poke my fork into the middle to make sure it's cooked. Serve
with slice of lemon or tartar sauce or any other kind you like.
Garlic is optional. But you'll find that using garlic on any
kind of fish makes it taste better.

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