So -- how do you like your fish ? - Page 2

Fishing Reports Banner

Posts 11 through 20 for So -- how do you like your fish ?

     

New? - Register Here!

No Obligations - Click Here for more information. Login

Main Forum Page     |     Fishing Blogs     |     Find a Fishing Partner     |     My Fishing Pals Home     |     To The Top - Minnesota Fishing Forum
You Are Currently Viewing - Minnesota Fishing Forum  
So -- how do you like your fish ? - - - 39 messages. Showing 11 through 20. Go to page: 1  2   3  4 
jobahahn
New User
Joined 08/29/2006
Posts:43

jobahahn's blogs, pictures and recent posts
Daily Subscription Msg 11 Posted: 09:24 PM 01/11/07 (CST)
Sometimes simple is the best.

jobahahn


Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting
WebDude
Moderator
Joined 02/26/2004
Posts:8512

WebDude's blogs, pictures and recent posts
Daily Subscription Msg 12 Posted: 10:11 PM 01/11/07 (CST)
Yeah... I know simple may be best, but I can't have 10 or 15 recipes of all the same thing. Ted's on the right track. Or maybe we could get some variety - a couple fish stews, couple deep fried, couple grilled, some broiled, whatever. Even sushi smile smiley smile smiley smile smiley smile smiley (Come-on folks... pickled northerns is a type of sushi... ain't it?)

Mmmmm.... Now don't slam me... I'm just thinking out loud.



Webdudes Sig
My Fishing Pals facebook
WebDude's facebook
twitter
google+
pastorlight52
New User
Joined 12/06/2006
Posts:45

pastorlight52's blogs, pictures and recent posts
Daily Subscription Msg 13 Posted: 04:35 AM 01/12/07 (CST)
Ok Folks here is a full dose !!
I spent a few weeks in Bayou La Batre, AL -- following Katrina and had a wonderful evening with one of the Vietnamese families. Because I had helped them with stuff they offered to cook me a very traditional meal that we Englishmen normally would not eat -- and this is what they served. Sour Fish Head Soup.

YA -- with the WHOLE FISH HEAD !!! and back bone and the left overs attached to the ribs. We pan fried the wonderful meat earlier in the day !! We had used a very nice size Red Snapper - but I do believe bass would be a great addition.

How many save the "cheek meat" ?

Anyway -- it was good and had a great flavor. Many families along the coast make very similar dishes and it was also pretty popular amoung Native American people at one time. Great with Salmon.

Canh Chua Dau Ca (Sour Fish Head Soup)
INGREDIENTS

2 scallions - use white part only and crushed with the side of a knife
Freshly ground black pepper
2 tbs salt
2 tbs plus 4 teaspoons Nuoc Mam (Vietnamese fish sauce)
1 large fish head or fish carcass - split down the center
1 qt water
1/2 cup canned sliced sour bamboo
1/4 fresh pineapple - sliced
2 tbs mixed chopped coriander and scallion green
To prepare:
Sprinkle the scallions, black pepper, 1 teaspoon salt, and 4 teaspoons fish sauce over the fish head
Allow to stand for 10 to 15 minutes
Bring 1 quart of water to a boil and drop in the sour bamboo and pineapple slices
Cook at a lively boil for 5 minutes
Drop fish head into the actively boiling water and, keeping at a boil, add the 2 tablespoons fish sauce and salt
Boil the fish head for a total of 10 minutes
Transfer to a soup tureen, sprinkle on the coriander and scallion green, and serve

If the fish head is dropped into water that is not boiling, it will fall apart.



If people concentrated on the really important stuff in life, there'd be a shortage of fishing rods.
Doug Larson



If people concentrated on the really important stuff in life, there'd be a shortage of fishing rods.
Doug Larson
pastorlight52
New User
Joined 12/06/2006
Posts:45

pastorlight52's blogs, pictures and recent posts
Daily Subscription Msg 14 Posted: 04:58 AM 01/12/07 (CST)
A bit more traditional ? I really like cooking with cornmeal -- I will normally mix up some cornmeal mush add some onion and garlic and make Hushpuppys also.

Pan-Fried Fish
1 pound fresh fish fillets of choice,
1/2 to 1-inch thick
1 egg, beaten added to 1/2 cup milk
2/3 cup cornmeal or fine dry bread crumbs
1/2 teaspoon Lowry's Season Salt
Dash black pepper
Peanut Oil for frying

If necessary, thaw fish. Rinse fish and pat dry with paper towels. Cut into serving-size pieces. In a shallow dish, combine egg and milk. In another shallow dish, stir together cornmeal or crumbs, salt and pepper. Dip fish into egg mixture; coat fish with cornmeal mixture.
In a large skillet, heat 1/4-inch oil. Add half of fish in a single layer, frying on one side until golden. Turn carefully; fry until second side is golden and fish flakes easily with a fork. Allow 3 to 4 minutes per side for 1/2-inch-thick fillets (5 to 6 minutes per side for 1-inch-thick fillets.) Drain on paper towels. Keep warm in 300 degree oven while frying remaining fish.



If people concentrated on the really important stuff in life, there'd be a shortage of fishing rods.
Doug Larson



If people concentrated on the really important stuff in life, there'd be a shortage of fishing rods.
Doug Larson
WebDude
Moderator
Joined 02/26/2004
Posts:8512

WebDude's blogs, pictures and recent posts
Daily Subscription Msg 15 Posted: 06:29 AM 01/12/07 (CST)
2 Excellent recipes, pastorlight52 - Let's see if we can keep it going...



Webdudes Sig
My Fishing Pals facebook
WebDude's facebook
twitter
google+
Bobber Down
Moderator
Joined 10/03/2005
Posts:3021

Bobber Down's blogs, pictures and recent posts
Daily Subscription Msg 16 Posted: 08:02 AM 01/12/07 (CST)
It all depends and I do like fried fish. However, I have to say I think I like the way my father cooks salmon the best. It is grilled on a charcoal Webber. I think he douses it with garlic and butter every couple of minutes until it is done. No tinfoil, just right on the grill, skin side down first, so it will firm up, then flip it for the remainder. I will update this post, after I talk to him and get all of the details.


MyFishingPals

Gotta Run

CrappieKeith
Senior Member
Joined 03/27/2006
Posts:3862

CrappieKeith's blogs, pictures and recent posts
Daily Subscription Msg 17 Posted: 09:02 AM 01/12/07 (CST)
Salmon for me is best smoked with a brown sugar & butter glazing.
Left to cool it turns into candy.


Director of ICE CATCHER'S




http://www.bucketrack.com/THEJig.html
IF IT'S WET...IT'S CATCH'N FISH
MT Pilgrim
Junior Member
Joined 01/10/2007
Posts:131

MT Pilgrim's blogs, pictures and recent posts
Daily Subscription Msg 18 Posted: 09:22 AM 01/12/07 (CST)
Take crappie fillets and coat them with your favorite BBQ sauce, then roll them in your favorite breading, heat up a little olive oil and butter in the pan, then pan fry til crispy....yummmmm! smile smiley


--------------------------------
What is in my bucket today?
MT Bucket
MT Pilgrim
Junior Member
Joined 01/10/2007
Posts:131

MT Pilgrim's blogs, pictures and recent posts
Daily Subscription Msg 19 Posted: 09:25 AM 01/12/07 (CST)
Spray some olive oil in a non-stick pan, slice up your favorite veggies.
put the veggies on one side, then put some crappie, or your favorite fish fillets on the other side put some lemon pepper on them. cover and turn on medium heat. cook a cuople of minutes, then flip the fillets, add more lemon pepper. cook a couple more minutes, eat up!


--------------------------------
What is in my bucket today?
MT Bucket
jobahahn
New User
Joined 08/29/2006
Posts:43

jobahahn's blogs, pictures and recent posts
Daily Subscription Msg 20 Posted: 09:50 AM 01/12/07 (CST)
I like to cook salmon in aluminum foil. Put the fillets on a sheet of foil then spread with butter, slice up some onions and lay on top then sprinkle with garlic salt. Put on the grill, cook 10 minutes then flip over and cook another 10 minutes, open the foil, sprinkle with paprika and enjoy.

jobahahn


Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting
So -- how do you like your fish ? - - - 39 messages. Showing 11 through 20. Go to page: 1  2   3  4 
You Are Currently Viewing - Minnesota Fishing Forum  

New? - Register Here

No Obligations - Click Here for more information. Login

Main Forum Page     |     Top of This Forum     |     My Fishing Pals Home
Members Browsing
the Forums:
    kraeflanum22     Mark Martin    
Users Online:2
Guests Online:58
Total Online: 60


Terms and Conditions