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anyone got any good recipes for cooking fish...? my recipes are getting old and i want to try something different! i like crappies and walleyes...thanks...

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other than your traditional cracker crumb,flour or beer batter recipes!

somebody's got to have a different one?


any suggestions?

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What about using some cubed fish meat in a stew? Something like a clam chowder? That would be very good on the ice!

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If you like chowder, and even if you don't, try this one. I make this at least once a year during hard water. http://fishingminnesota.com/ubb/Forum26/HTML/000090.html

If you like fried fish try using Kelloggs Corn Flake Crumbs and add your own seasonings.

[This message has been edited by metrojoe (edited 12-30-2003).]

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This is as simple as it gets:

Use a microwave safe plate. place one layer of fillets on the plate. Place several dabs of butter on the fillets. Use about a teaspoon per dab of butter. I then sprinkel the fillets with cajon seasoning. cover the plate with saran wrap and place in the microwave on high for 3-5 minutes. Remove and eat. I usally clean a few crappies and have them for dinner the same night. Fast and easy.

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Mike

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I've posted this before and cant even remember where I found it. But this is my wofes fave.

Take mayo and coat the fillets(lightly)and put on a pan. Salt and pepper to taste, then sprinkle Parmesan cheese on the fish(the grated stuff not the cheep stuff in a can) then broil for 7-8 mins or untill the flillets are golden brown.

DONE!

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Look in the book selection at Menards. Just ran across a book with 180 freshwater fish recipes there and picked it up. It looks pretty good.

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I've been frying with Shorelunch but for dipping try using mayo and ketchup in ration of 2:1. It sounds gross but tastes great on fish.

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Have you looked under the sharing receipes thread? I started one called crappie receipes and there are a few in there that are really good.

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