Sr. Lilla’s Shark Bites
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Shark meat, cubed
Oil for cooking
Salt and pepper
The trick here is to take the body cavity without spilling the juices on the shark meat. That prevents the acidity of the juices from infecting the meat. Rinse the meat and cut in appetizer manageable cubes. Soak in milk for several hours. When ready to cook, roll in seasoned flour. Use salt, pepper, Tony’s Creole seasoning and flour. Fry in hot fat, about 1-2 cups, until done. Sprinkle lemon juice and serve with a dipping sauce if you wish.