How do you cook your fish?
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    How do you cook your fish?

    I like to roll my fish in Early's Seasoned flour then deep fry.

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    Depends on the type of fish........

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    Quote Originally Posted by usskaufman3 View Post
    I like to roll my fish in Early's Seasoned flour then deep fry.
    Too many Fatso's here,for that recipe.

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    Throw it in the dish washer and poach it.
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    You don't you go to the fish fry on Friday's they bring it to you cooked.

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    Beer batter..mmm

    its best when you let the beer sit out all day and get flat.

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    For salmon, I pan heat in olive oil.. on a slow heat. Cokes it just right without overcooking the exterior...

    For other fish, I prefer blackening in olive oil.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ga-hvac-tech View Post
    For salmon, I pan heat in olive oil.. on a slow heat. Cokes it just right without overcooking the exterior...

    For other fish, I prefer blackening in olive oil.
    The Salmon Gods are questioning that pan fry method..

    Nothing beats a good salmon BBQ or one that spent a little time relaxing in the smoker

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    I season my salmon then put in the oven for about 20 min. @350 deg. thats good fish!

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    Blackened in butter, cat and crappie..

    salmon on grill with skin on and a few wood chips.

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    ALLLLL kinds of ways to cook fish.

    When you are planing a BBQ style dinner I use aluminum foil packets. Cut aluminum foil to accept individual portions of fish. Into each packet place a thin slice of butter, thin slice of onion, sprinkle with Old Bay, a piece of fish, old bay, thin slice of onion, pad of butter, few drops of lemon juice. Fold it up tightly so the juices stay in.

    Place each packet on the grille for about 10 mins on each side. Serve right in the packet. Goes good with corn on the cob. BBQ taters cole slaw and all that summertime stuff.

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    Ok not to highjack the thread but I have a question. I know nothing about fish other than they do it in the water and all you can eat fish fry. I do like fish and I would like to try to learn more about eating and cooking fish. Any suggestions to start?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Litchmo View Post
    Ok not to highjack the thread but I have a question. I know nothing about fish other than they do it in the water and all you can eat fish fry. I do like fish and I would like to try to learn more about eating and cooking fish. Any suggestions to start?
    There are as many ways to cook fish as there are fishermen.

    The biggest thing to remember is not to over cook it. You want it nice and flakey.

    My method of choice is to BBQ it.
    "Even breaded fish filets taste better BBQ'd"

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