Cooking with Arthur Treacher's

Arthur Treacher's

Malin's was purchased by the original Arthur Treacher's, Inc. in 1969 and the first Arthur Treacher's Fish & Chips restaurant opened that same year in Columbus, Ohio. Through the years, the company changed hands and eventually was acquired by PAT Franchise Systems, Inc. in 2002 through a private transaction.

Arthur Treacher's Fish and Chips is a fast food seafood restaurant chain. At the peak of its popularity in the late 1970s, it had about 800 stores.
As of 2016, following the closure of the sole Virginia and Pennsylvania locations, there are only eight remaining: three in New York; four in Ohio; and one in New Jersey (at the Bridgewater Commons). Most locations have been co-branded with Nathan's Famous. In the Rochester, New York area, there are seven Arthur Treacher's locations, all co-branded with Salvatore's Old Fashioned Pizzeria. The menu offers fried seafood or chicken, accompanied by chips. Its main competitors are Long John Silver's and Captain D's. Please Note: clicking images or underlined words, wait 5 seconds then Skip Ad.

Arthur Treacher’s Fish Batter Secret Recipe
15 min prep    45 min cook (Varies)

3 Pounds Fish Fillets
2 Cups All-purpose flour
3 Cups Pancake mix
3 Cups Club soda
1 Tablespoon Onion powder
1 Tablespoon Seasoned salt

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"Tartar sauce is a mayonnaise or aioli-based sauce of French origin, and is typically of a rough consistency due to the addition of diced gherkins or other varieties of pickles."  Here's a easy Recipe

Tarter Sauce

Sweet pickle 2 tablespoons
Onion 1 tablespoon
fresh dill 2 tablespoons
Fresh parsley 1 tablespoon
Cider Vinegar 2 teaspoons
sugar 1 teaspoon
Hot pepper sauce

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Arthur Treacher's-style Hush Puppies

2/3 cup club soda
2 1/4 cups biscuit mix
3 Tbsp dry minced onion
1 tsp onion powder
1 Tbsp cornmeal

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Arthur Treacher Style Fish with a Twist  VIDEO not a original recipe