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PostPosted: Sat Feb 13, 2010 10:16 am
fishmandude


Posts: 264
Location: SoCal

I would like to hear any good recipe for any lake fish especially
1) Catfish
2) Crappie
3) Bass ( Striped or large mouth bass)

Thanks.

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 13, 2010 10:19 am
halibutsnatcher


Posts: 866
Location: Traptos

crappie or bluegill are like perch.

step 1 we put butter insidE the fish to melt

Step2 i put garlic powder on mine then just cook it and eat it

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 24, 2010 5:08 pm
Sfgiants85


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I've seen my mom and uncles do this to striper

Cut 3 lines on both sides of fish and slice down the middle

Chop 1 tomatoe 1 onion 1 jalapeno 1 bunch cilantro
(Salsa) put in the stomach of fish 3 strands of green onion cut the white end off put also in stomach

Put the fish in foil twist top and bottom leave small opening in the middle so you check the fish

Throw it on the grill
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 24, 2010 8:23 pm
thefrood


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Location: Southern California (Riverside County)

For crappie/bluegill I like to stuff with butter, lemon slices, parsley, and a little salt and peppper, wrap in foil, and then throw on the bbq or under the broiler Smile
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 25, 2010 6:25 am
muttfishr


Posts: 2095
Location: Tulare

Large catfish, filleted and beer batered deep fried, small catfish, gutted skinned and pan fried in panko crumbs, Blue-gill, Red-ear, Crappie, pan fried, Largemouth Bass, filleted and pan fried, stripers, smaller ones stuffed (like mentioned) and baked whole, large ones filleted then baked, steamed, broiled, BBQ'ed, I like to saute a couple of nice fillets in butter, make a fresh ginger/lemon cream sauce, some small boiled potatoes, a fresh spinich salad, a couple of overly expensive Brewskies! hope that helps...mutt.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 29, 2010 7:36 pm
santa


Posts: 522
Location: Santa Maria

This'll work 4 any fish.

MEXICAN FISH

INGREDIENTS: (there are no specific quantities, make to your taste)

Any kind of Fish filet

Your favorite Salsa

Rice, (Standard or Minute)

PREPARATION:

Cut fish into bite size chunks,
Place chunks into lightly oiled or buttered skillet or wok over a medium flame,
Sauté chunks until they are white and flaky, (fish doesn’t brown)
Add salsa and heat to a simmer, reduce heat, and continue to simmer, stirring occasionally,
Prepare rice per package instructions, (can be done while simmering fish/salsa)

NOW you have two (2) options:

#1: Stir prepared rice into fish/salsa mixture and continue to simmer, stirring occasionally,
until rice has absorbed some flavor, serve hot. Possibly with tortillas

#2: Using prepared rice, make a bed on a large platter, spoon fish/salsa onto bed, serve hot.
(use this option for an eye appealing presentation)

Flavor as desired with whatever you like: (i.e. lemon juice, soy sauce, Ranch, cheese, etc.)
Try wrapping mixture in a warm tortilla (corn or flour, flour holds more).
This is a very quick, low fat, low calorie (depending on toppings), satisfying dish.
(IF, there is any left after meal, may be refrigerated for left overs)

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