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PostPosted: Sat Jun 19, 2010 11:57 am
edgarsi26


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How do You prepare a Stingray?

I always want to learn how ,but I don't get a solid answer?

Anybody out there know HOW to cook a Stingray ?

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 16, 2010 10:52 pm
sector_one


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edgarsi26 wrote:
How do You prepare a Stingray?

I always want to learn how ,but I don't get a solid answer?

Anybody out there know HOW to cook a Stingray ?

Have you tried youtube?

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 17, 2010 8:16 am
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Its a considerable amount of work to clean a ray. Once you do, the meat can be prepared a variety of ways. Breaded and fried or Tempura style is probably the best. It can also be used to make chowder. Ray meat has a very strong flavor, so you might want to soak it in milk overnight. IMHO when breaded and fried it reminds you of calamari. Once of our members (Santa) has made an excellent video on this subject. Send him a PM to see if he has any left.
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 17, 2010 1:22 pm
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illcatchanything2 wrote:
Its a considerable amount of work to clean a ray. Once you do, the meat can be prepared a variety of ways. Breaded and fried or Tempura style is probably the best. It can also be used to make chowder. Ray meat has a very strong flavor, so you might want to soak it in milk overnight. IMHO when breaded and fried it reminds you of calamari. Once of our members (Santa) has made an excellent video on this subject. Send him a PM to see if he has any left.

WHat dose the milk do to the RAY?

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 18, 2010 9:57 am
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sector_one wrote:
illcatchanything2 wrote:
Its a considerable amount of work to clean a ray. Once you do, the meat can be prepared a variety of ways. Breaded and fried or Tempura style is probably the best. It can also be used to make chowder. Ray meat has a very strong flavor, so you might want to soak it in milk overnight. IMHO when breaded and fried it reminds you of calamari. Once of our members (Santa) has made an excellent video on this subject. Send him a PM to see if he has any left.

WHat dose the milk do to the RAY?


It cuts down on the strong flavor of the meat. If you like "fishy" tasting fish, you will be ok without soaking it.

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