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shore lunch recipes....any good skillet to guillet cooks ......???

troutwhisperer
troutwhisperer

Minnesota,US

Posted Wed Jan 30, 2008 6:18 am
shore lunch recipes....any good skillet to guillet cooks ......???
whos got shore lunch fish recipe there proud of??????

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Richard
Richard

Other,CA

Posted Wed Jan 30, 2008 7:05 am
Re: shore lunch recipes....any good skillet to guillet cooks ......???
Spicy Salmon Sandwich

I came up with this as an alternative to mayo. I have never considered this as a shore lunch, however if you pre mix the following at home…

Mix
3 tbs of Olive oil
1 tbs of chili sauce ( Sambal preferred)

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1 tsp of Wasabi (from tube)

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½ tsp ground Pepper


Allow salmon to cool.
Add mixture
Toast bread (on fire, in pan…), you can add lettuce, tomato…

R

troutwhisperer
troutwhisperer

Minnesota,US

Posted Wed Jan 30, 2008 12:35 pm
Re: Re: shore lunch recipes....any good skillet to guillet cooks ......???
everytime i read that recipe i burn my mouth...thats some hot fish sauce brother...tw

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Jratthelake
Jratthelake

Ontario,CA

Posted Wed Jan 30, 2008 7:14 am
Re: shore lunch recipes....any good skillet to guillet cooks ......???
Rather than the traditional grease filled, but delicious, shorelunch, I like to take a 15 or 16 inch filleted Walleye and place it in tinfoil with a teaspoon of butter spread out evenly on the foil. I will lay thinly sliced potato discs(preboil potatoes the night before) across the length of the fish. Then add a layer of onions, cut in disks the same way the potatoes are cut. spice to you liking, wrap it up and either throw it right on the hot coals of a fire or place the on a grill above the fire. Its quick and Very tasty and a healthier option to the traditional grease filled, but delicious, shorelunch.

Wayne

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troutwhisperer
troutwhisperer

Minnesota,US

Posted Thu Jan 31, 2008 4:08 am
Re: Re: shore lunch recipes....any good skillet to guillet cooks ......???
does trhis fish end up being poached/steamed.......or is it fried in the butter???????

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troutwhisperer
troutwhisperer

Minnesota,US

Posted Wed Jan 30, 2008 8:55 am
Re: shore lunch recipes....any good skillet to guillet cooks ......???
lemon pepper shore lunch' w/a/twist

crappie fillets boned or walleye fillets boned (12)
store bought seasoned flour(cajun style)
olive oil
fresh lemon pepper for grinding
lime zest
1 zip lock bag


each fillet no longer than four inches, part if neccessary
heat oil until it spits water
put four ounces of seasoned flour in zip lock bag and grind fresh lemon pepper until fragrant and very visible in bag.
grate half of washed lime rind into zip lock
two fillets at a time shake until coated...
drop in hot oil
cook until edges go golden and flip
drain and dry on paper towel
grate lime rind over warm fillets for color and lightly top with ground lemon pepper
serve asap

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almontefisher
almontefisher

Ontario,CA

Posted Wed Jan 30, 2008 9:31 am
Re: shore lunch recipes....any good skillet to guillet cooks ......???
So I do not eat fish but as a papered chef I do know how to cook so this is one I cook for the buddies when out fishing and in need of a shore lunch.

Catch 1 or 2 SMALL TO MEDIUM WALLEYE AND FILLETT
1tsp salt(optional)
1tsp cracked pepper
1tsp ROSEMARY
1tsp OREGANO
1tsp THYME
2cups bread crumbs
1tsp Lemon juice
1 Lg onion chopped
1 med shallott chopped
2 mint leaves
2 tbsp EV olive oil

You will need to bring the following ingredients mixed already from home & in a Ziplock bag...

1tsp ROSEMARY
1tsp pepper
1tsp salt ( sea salt prefered )
1tsp OREGANO
1tsp THYME
2cups bread crumbs

Mix in ZipLock bag

Next take the filletts and drizzle 1tsp of lemon juice on filletts and place in bag...shake...and shake some more.

Once evenly coated place on tinfoil and add oinions, shallotts, mint leaves and oil.

Rap up and cook for 15-20min on fire.

The aroma this produces will make your mouth water.

Serve with beer, chips, beer, and more beer. Or for the young lads some pop.

This is also great served on a bed of Basmati rice or linguini pasta( sauce is your choice )
I call this the aroma explosion fillett's.
My buddies love it. For extra kick add 1tbsp crushed chili peppers to the bag mixture.

Fishing is like sex..if you dont try you never get lucky

Richard
Richard

Other,CA

Posted Wed Jan 30, 2008 11:11 am
Re: shore lunch recipes....any good skillet to guillet cooks ......???
Great thread!

R

fishing4tails
fishing4tails

Ontario,CA

Posted Wed Jan 30, 2008 2:01 pm
Re: shore lunch recipes....any good skillet to guillet cooks ......???
mmmm..this tread make my mouth water....

for the best shore lunch is simple ....
walleye for starters...has to be caught that day !! cleaned in boneless fillets ..
batter--- eggs in a bowl with salt/pepper
dip fillets in eggs then....
breadcrumbs...your choice of brand but a must (maybe Cronzy's he knows his fish...)
dip them in breadcrumbs....
Now the fire!!
no propane ... all great shore lunches are done by good old dry firewood...try to be safe ...
start your fire first before you get all the fillet ready .. this give the fire time to warm up!!
once the fire is ready..get a big cast iron pan , lots of oil ...enough so fillet are swimming in the oil...

but first you need onions and potatoes..slice them thin and fry them first ..this gives the oil some added flavor for the fillet....make sure to salt after removing them from oil..

add fillet to oil after few minutes they should be ready..or leave them to get a little crunchy..

sauce: Mayo and Red Hot (Frank's) mix together ...makes great dip for fries and fish..

mine is simple and fast... don't forget a cold beer ....make you feel proud after eating fish and enjoying the outdoors...

Fishing 4 Tails

FISHINMA
FISHINMA

Utah,US

Posted Thu Jan 31, 2008 8:54 pm
Re: Re: shore lunch recipes....any good skillet to guillet cooks ......???
Greggy kiddo! I've said this before! NEVER NEVER ruin poor "MA"'s Lobster with breading and oil! Eye's are great poached in sugar water, sprinkle with lemon pepper...then you just dip em in garlic butter and lick your fingers to the bone like your eating lobster!....
I GOTTA TRY YOURS THOUGH!
SALIVATING SMILES!!!

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FISHINMA
FISHINMA

Utah,US

Posted Thu Jan 31, 2008 8:47 pm
Re: shore lunch recipes....any good skillet to guillet cooks ......???
Hey you guys ever been in that situation where the dutch ovens aren't done and everyone's starvin at the fire? I never forget the Kielbasa/Polish Sausage(precooked) its better than hotdogs!!! Cut them into nice size chunks and hand everyone a roasting stick. It's a tasty treat as well as gives them something to do while they wait for din din! It also works over a camp stove or our ice tent warmer.
I do alot of Dutchin but here's a simple one with polish sausage. Add or delete whatever vegies to your tastes. Here's what my picky clan likes!
Prepare all vegies/sausage into bitesize chunks
2 llb Sausage
4-5 med red spuds
6 carrots
1 15oz can of corn
1/2 chopped onion
1 brown gravy pkg(mixed in 1/2 cup cold water)
1/2 can beer(sub water if you don't like beer)red wine is tasty too!
pinch of garlic, salt, pepper to taste. I've also tryed cajun seasoning which is yummy if you like it.
Throw it all but the brown gravy mixture in ducth oven & put er on the coals. If you have never Dutched before make sure you read up on the know how's of Dutchin. Depending on the heat I check this one every 10 min. If it seems dry add a bit more water or beer, usually if your heat is low enough you shouldn't have a problem. This meal should only take less than an hour to cook if Dutched properly. When the veggies are soft, poor the brown gravy mixture over and stir it in and put the lid on and let it sit for 5-10 min. Stir again and go for it with some rolls.
Other vegies work with this!mushrooms, califlour,broccoli, bellpeppers(anycolor),greenbeans,squash,cabbage....my gang are spud corn & carrots!
easy easy
Yummy Smiles!!

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troutwhisperer
troutwhisperer

Minnesota,US

Posted Fri Feb 1, 2008 5:48 am
Re: shore lunch recipes....any good skillet to guillet cooks ......???
ma.........what do you do with the other half a can of beer????????tw

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FISHINMA
FISHINMA

Utah,US

Posted Fri Feb 1, 2008 9:16 am
Re: Re: shore lunch recipes....any good skillet to guillet cooks ......???
SLURP SLURP BELCH!

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troutwhisperer
troutwhisperer

Minnesota,US

Posted Fri Feb 1, 2008 11:01 am
Re: Re: Re: shore lunch recipes....any good skillet to guillet cooks ......???
ma you like to cook?????

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troutwhisperer
troutwhisperer

Minnesota,US

Posted Fri Feb 1, 2008 11:00 am
Re: shore lunch recipes....any good skillet to guillet cooks ......???
ma you like to cook???????

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FISHINMA
FISHINMA

Utah,US

Posted Thu Feb 7, 2008 8:32 pm
Re: Re: shore lunch recipes....any good skillet to guillet cooks ......???
I'm a cookin fool!!! GREAT SITE TW THANX!!!
SMILES ALWAYS!!!

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gheenoerob
gheenoerob

Florida,US

Posted Thu Feb 7, 2008 7:32 pm
Re: shore lunch recipes....any good skillet to guillet cooks ......???
Redfish delight!

Redfish fillet, leave skin/scales on
Basil
Parsley
Salt
Garlic pepper
Lemon Pepper
Hot Sauce (Franks) We like Crystals. Some hot sauces are TOO HOT.
Butter ( ¼ to ½ stick)
Cajun seasons (Red Pepper)
Black Pepper

Try to prepare around a quarter cup of basting sauce. Don’t need more than that.

These are basic seasonings to use….don’t be afraid to try your own favorites.
It is great cold too. If it comes out too hot for your taste, let it cool down some. Spices seem to calm down some with the cooling.


Prepare grill, remember to spray grill grate with PAM
Cut slits in filet, to skin, about 3/4" apart. Sprinkle with basil, parsley, salt, lemon pepper, garlic pepper and Cajun seasoning. Be generous with spices but do not cover the fish so much you cannot see the flesh. More Lemon Pepper than Garlic pepper. Melt 1/4 stick of butter with 1/8 to 1/4 cup of hot sauce .
Place skin side down on grill. Cover and cook over medium heat until hot, then baste with butter and hot sauce. Continue cooking (a large fish will require about 30 minutes) until meat lifts easily from the skin, basting occasionally with butter and hot sauce.
Baste fish atleast two times with sauce as fish cooks to keep fish from drying
Cut in serving size portions or remove from skin with spatula.
Optional basting: Use a good Italian dressing.
Can sprinkle with Lemon juice to taste (optional)

Very good COLD also. In fact some prefer it that way.

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