Stud (fish) : The stud is a small freshwater fish (family Cyprinidae) large-headed and lipped thick, whose chair is very end.
Once abundant, the gudgeon made the reputation of caboulots et taverns from the edges of the Its or Marne, specialized in fried foods.
The studs must be emptied, wiped (But no washed), passed through Milk or beerthen drained, savory et peppered, rolled in the flour and fried inoil very hot ; as soon as they are golden et crispy, they are drained, powdered with fine salt and served with lemon. as appetizers.
If they are a little large, we do them fry in two stages, first inoil not too much hot, to cook them, then in very deep frying hot, for the brown.
En frying neighborhoods, are the taste is close to that of roach.
See as well Stud under Mouth slang.