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  1. pafisherman

    pafisherman Administrator Staff Member

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    This is the Recipe Thread for the Giveway. Ends Sunday at midnight. The Rules are simple and stated in the picture. Share your wild fish recipes and add photo's if you have them. Put one recipe in each post for more chance's to win. We will use a number generator to decide the winner.( so 1 recipe = 1 chance to win. 2 recipes= 2 chances to win and so on). So 1 recipe per post will give you the most chances to win! Post as many recipe's as you would like! contests 4.png

    Format for the recipe's is simple.
    Ingredients:
    ingredient 1
    ingredient 2
    ingredient 3

    Then just a brief description on how to prepare the dish.
    Last edited: Feb 14, 2014
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  2. Tyler Suzadail

    Tyler Suzadail Musky

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    damn haha i never cooked fish but here is something i remember from my grandparents
    Ingredients:
    Butter
    Tinfoil
    Trout
    Cook this on the grill long enough until your liking and when you peel off the tinfoil the skin comes off and you should be able to peel the bones right out of the trout no problem
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  3. Steve Kachmar

    Steve Kachmar Bluegill

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    Yea I never keep the fish I catch..Really only game I cook is deer meat..
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    Well give me a good deer recipe and I'll count it :)
  5. Aaron Smith

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    Ingredients:
    6 Fresh leeks
    Ritz crackers
    2 eggs
    4 tbsp of butter (half stick)
    Salt
    Pepper
    6 native brook trout

    Preperation:
    Wisk two eggs in a bowl
    Smash one package of Ritz crackers in a separate bowl
    With the trout gutted and heads left on put one fresh leek inside the trout with the bulb between the gills.
    Dip trout in eggs then roll in Ritz crackers.
    Melt butter in frying pan then put trout in pan. Fry trout 3 minutes per side or until golden and crispy outside. Season with salt and pepper.
    Remove trout and enjoy. (Eating cooked leek is optional)
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    Grilled Walleye

    1/2 cup of melted butter
    1 walleye filet
    1 tsp of fresh basil
    tinfoil

    Make a boat like shape out of a piece of tinfoil a little longer than your walleye filet. Add the 1/2 cup of melted butter then add the walleye filet. Sprinkle the filet with the fresh basil. Crush the top of the tinfoil boat together to close it up. Place it on a grill with about medium heat for about 15-20 minutes or until the filet will flake with a fork. I make this all the time and it is my favorite. If you like garlic you can add garlic but I don't.
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  7. Tyler Suzadail

    Tyler Suzadail Musky

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    Ingredients:
    Breading
    Walleye
    Some Salt(optional)
    Mayo Or Butter (which ever you prefer)
    Egg
    Oil
    How to Forum:
    Talkin about mix breading and eggs get the walleye fillets get them to your liking of breading. Grab pan heat up the oil put the fillets in the oil and fry the walleye to your liking of done
    Enjoy with mustard or ketchup
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  8. Steve Kachmar

    Steve Kachmar Bluegill

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    Ingredients:
    Italian Bread Crumbs
    Butterfly steaks
    vegetable oil (just that its coated the bottom of the pan pretty good)
    2 Eggs..Depends how many you are making

    How to Cook:
    Wait till the oil gets nice and hot. Then what ya wanna do is grab a piece of the butterfly steak. Dip them in the egg, then put in the bread crumbs I repeat that step twice just to get a good coating on them. add them to the oil wait till they are nice golden brown color on both sides. Put them on a plate that is covered with a paper-towel to soak up the extra grease.

    Basically that's it..enjoy them with ketchup!
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  9. schr8er

    schr8er Trout

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    INGREDIENTS .... Eggs, Milk, BUTTERMILK Pancake mix, BUTTER flavored Crisco and either fish, or anything else you want to cook.

    Mix together the eggs and milk in one bowl, put a substantial amount of BUTTERMILK pancake mix in another. Start by heating up the BUTTER flavored Crisco in a large skillet. Cut the meat into pieces about 2 inch square. Place the meat into the egg/milk mixture making sure you cover it all with the mix. Using a fork, remove the meat, one piece at a time and place into the pancake mix ... roll around to cover the entire piece. Place into the hot skillet and cook about 1 minute on each side, or until golden brown. ENJOY
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    schr8er Trout

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    Good old fashioned fish boil

    You need Potatoes, carrots and LARGE chunks of fish.. preferably Lake Trout or Salmon

    In a large pot put water and add 1/4 cup salt... Bring to a boil..... put in your chunks of potatoes and boil for 7 minutes... Add carrots and boil for 7 minutes... add your chunks of fish and, yep, you guessed it, boil for another 7 minutes... Remove and let drain... serve with rye bread, coleslaw, and tartar sauce... ENJOY
  11. Aaron Smith

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    Poor man's lobster
    Musky cut into steaks from back to belly.
    Tony's creole seasoning
    Butter
    1 lemon

    Boil 8 cups of water in a large pot.
    At boiling point add half cup of Tony's creole seasoning.
    Drop in musky steaks and boil until they fluff up like lobster. (4-8 minutes)
    Remove and put one slice of butter on top and squeeze one slice of lemon on top.
    Enjoy
  12. pafisherman

    pafisherman Administrator Staff Member

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    Now this is a recipe I think I am going to try this season.What do you suggest for sides?
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  13. Tyler Suzadail

    Tyler Suzadail Musky

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    Ingredients:
    Trout
    Butter (a lot of Butter)
    Salt
    Pepper
    Garlic Salt
    Pan

    How To cook From BigDog:
    Heat up the butter fry up the trout on the stove add the amount of Salt, pepper, and garlic Salt
    When it is done the skin the of the trout should come off but you have to watch how long you cook it because the longer you cook the harder the skin is to come off!
    Enjoy!!!
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    this is not my recipe it is my dads best friends or his mothers or something like that but they gave it to my dad and I just ask him for it
    smoked trout hash
    4 table spoons of butter
    1 lb. boiled potatoes
    smoked trout
    1/4 cream
    1/4 tea spoon cayenne pepper (I don't have a clue what that is )
    2-3table spoons of cream fraiche (ones again I don't know what that is)
    1table spoon of well chopped dill
    1 garlic clover chopped
    salt and pepper as you see fit
    chopped chives
    and a lemon

    heat the 3 table spoons butter on a skillet on medium or high. add potatoes stir until browned should be 8-10 mins. then add the other table spoon of butter for another 5 mins then add trout (cut in small ish pieces ) cream dill cryenne pepper garlic salt normal pepper and stir
    every little bit mix it put an a lower heat and cook it about 10 more mins. when you put it on plates add crème fraiche chives and squeeze the lemon ( I don't like it with the lemon )
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    Great recipe's everyone.Keep them coming, tomorrow is the last day!!!
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    Crappie Potato Chowder

    4 to 6 c. hash brown potatoes
    4 to 6 c. crappie fillets, cut into strips
    1/2 c. celery, diced
    1/2 c. onion, diced
    2 cans mushroom soup
    1 or 2 soup cans milk, depending on how thin you want chowder
    1/4 c. melted butter


    Cook crappie, potatoes, and celery with onion in separate pans with enough water so they will come to boil. When tender, combine all into 1 big pan, then add soup, milk, and butter. Simmer together until hot, do not boil or milk will curdle.
  17. Tyler Suzadail

    Tyler Suzadail Musky

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    Ingredients:
    Trout
    Salt and pepper
    Almonds
    Lemon juice
    4 scoops of butter
    How to: heat two scoops butter in a pan then cook the trout adding the salt and pepper to cook when When the trout is done wash out the pan hear up the other two scoops of butter and add the lemon juice and almonds pour the sauce over the trout
  18. Aaron Smith

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    1895, member: 2"]Now this is a recipe I think I am going to try this season.What do you suggest for sides?[/quote]
    This goes well with a baked Mac and Cheese, sweet corn on the cob, or corn bread
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    This goes well with a baked Mac and Cheese, sweet corn on the cob, or corn bread[/quote]

    You just named my 3 favorite sides too. You sir, will be invited for dinner.
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