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Brownie77

Catfish Recipes

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I think I am a rarity on this board as I will take my medium heavy rod with a box of crawlers and take a half hour go catch a limit of small channels for the table, anyone got any recipes, eggs crackers, and frying them is getting a little old.

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I usually dip them in a mix of corn meal, flour, baking soda, and salt and pepper, then deep fry them.

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I use cajun shore lunch and bake them. I would like to try smoking or grilling once..................

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I think I am a rarity on this board as I will take my medium heavy rod with a box of crawlers and take a half hour go catch a limit of small channels for the table, anyone got any recipes, eggs crackers, and frying them is getting a little old.

If you get bored take a look in the recipes forum. Look back a few pages. Last year there were a couple catfish recipes there. Here is one I found last year and I think it was from the recipes forum:

Beer and Mustard Catfish

-1/2 can beer mixed with 4 tbsp mustard

-Dip fillets in mustard/beer mixture

-roll in cornmeal & flower

-fry in hot grease

I have not had a chance to try this recipe yet, so if you try it let us know how it tastes.

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Cajun blackened-Do this outside, it makes some smoke

Buy some blackening seasoning

season the fillets on each side

heat a cast iron skillet on the grill, make sure its very hot, you want it 350 or more (side burners make this a lot easier)

put a good sized scoop of butter in the skillet. once the butter is melted and spread around the skillet throw the fillets in.

give 'em about a minute or so, flip, then another minute or so.

serve the fillets over rice or with anything you want.

It's a nice change from breaded fried/baked catfish

Or just buy one of the common jumbalaya mixes. Follow the recipe, just add cubed catfish. Catfish jumbalaya, yum!

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I got a dozen bullheads in the tank right now. Just need to get out and use them.

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Nice, 1 new fuel pump and clean the carbs and i'm good to go!

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