Posted 13 October 2002 - 06:26 PM
I put aluminum foil on a cookie sheet so it's easy to clean later. Next, I put the fish on the foil. I salt and pepper it. I stick it in a 350 degree F. oven for 20 minutes or so. I just watch it until it's done. Not runny. The time varies because sometimes I put it in frozen. Also, it depends on the size of the piece of fish.
The kids have always gobbled this up. No fat!
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Posted 13 October 2002 - 07:15 PM
An easy recipe?:
wash fillet..pat dry..dip in a beaten egg in bowl to coat..then cover with either crushed bread crumbs or your choice of crakers and bake or broil till it "flakes". You can also add spiices or parm.cheese to crushed stuff before coating. That's it!I''m Going fishing in the morning!
Posted 16 October 2002 - 03:51 AM
Its good to eat the fish and forage around you, that way its fresh. Since its not a perfect world we are resorting to Soylent Green! (laughs)
My favorite fish to eat is Red Snapper. Chicken of the sea. When you catch it from the sea bottom floor, by the time you get it to the top, decompression has forced its stomach out its mouth. Besides having a prehistoric looking head! Once the head is off and gutted its a truly marketable good-looking fish.
Halibut is good for a mild wild white meat fish. It freezes well so you might have seen it. I like making Mock Lobster with Halibut, aka
Poor MAN's LOBSTER
1 pound halibut
1/2 cup salt
1/2 cup sugar
1 1/2 quarts boiling water
Dice halibut into 1-inch squares. Drop into boiling water to which salt and sugar has been added. When halibut rises to the top it is done. Do not drop in too much halibut at one time. Divide into thirds for a more even cooking. Do not overcook. Halibut becomes tough with overcooking. Serve while hot with melted butter and lemon slices.
"Its not what I'm doing, its what I ain't doing"
Posted 17 October 2002 - 08:00 AM
We live in the desert in Southern California. Probably trout would be the closet thing we have from the mountains. I just don't want to catch them and clean them! Ha! Ha! I can deal with them once they are dead though! I am such a wimp!
Posted 17 October 2002 - 09:13 AM
Well, since this was a big party campout, and there were many people and snackies and booze there, my DH came up with a great idea. We could take the salt & vinegar chips, crunch them up, use the foil to wrap the fish in, and place in the fire to cook. Mmmmmmmmmm yummy. Then we tried the Barbeque too. Use either to coat the fish with the chips, it kind of marinates them in whatever flavor them chips are, as well. Nummy!!!!
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