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The Recipe Thread

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by Miakoda, Jan 7, 2008.

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  1. ReneeMcDougal

    ReneeMcDougal Good Dog

    Absolutely! being a maritimer I love fish and white fish is some of the easiest for non-fish eaters to enjoy.
    Lemon+Pepper grilled Flounder.

    1 fresh lemon
    2 peices of flounder or other white fish
    1 tablespoon of garlic minced
    A pepper grinder with pepper in it :P

    Its super simple. First put a small amount of water in the pan then melt the butter into it. Squeeze all the juice from the lemon you can into the butter/water. Slice the lemon and put the slices in the pan too so the flavor really spreads out. Then you bring it to the point where the stuff is almost evaporated and add the garlic. Sprinkle pepper on the fish and then flip it immediatly and pepper the other side. Brown the side its on..reflip it and brown the second side..just BARELY brown mind you. Enjoy. goes great with white rice or seasoned potatoes. Sorry..forgot the most important part..cook on medium to high heat then put on high to sear it.
     
  2. Humblepit

    Humblepit Good Dog

    Honey Dijon pecan crusted salmon

    4 4oz Alaskan salmon fillet (without skin)
    1/2 cup pecans
    4 tsp soy sauce
    8 tsp honey Dijon mustard
    salt, pepper, garlic powder, ginger, and onion powder (mix 1 tsp of each)


    Step 1
    Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
    Step 2
    Spray baking dish with cooking spray and set aside.
    step 3
    Finely chop pecans and place on plate.
    step 4
    Mix soy sauce, salt, pepper, ginger, etc into a bowl ( easy on the salt)
    Step 5
    Mix salmon fillets with marinate and spread honey mustard on both sides of fillet.
    Step 6
    Roll fillets in pecans and place in baking dish.
    Cook 8-12 minutes until fish flakes when pierced with fork. Great with rice pilaf!
    Makes 4 servings
     
  3. Jamielvsaustin

    Jamielvsaustin Good Dog

    I ended up cooking tilapia. I bought it from this local place that is known to have very fresh fish (well, foods). I used Old Bay seasoning, peper and panko bread crumbs. Someone here at work told me if you put the lemon on the fish too soon before cooking the acidity in the lemon will start to cook the fish and it won't turn out good. So I just squirted on the fish while it was cooked. I used olive oil, medium heat and cooked for about four minutes on each side. And it turned out good and I actually liked it! It wasn't fishy at all. I was surprised when I opened the package at home how the fish had pretty much no smell to it. I guess I thought all fish smelled and tasted like fish.

    Now I'm excited to try more. My husband was saying something about seared tuna. *eek*
     
  4. pookie!

    pookie! GRCH Dog

    Cant go wrong with tilapia, I feed it to my fish at home LOL but all in all, very safe fish to use for a non fish cooker/eater

    As for the fish cooking with the lemon juice, thats true, but only if you leave it soaking in it for hours, I cook my fish with lemon and lime wedges and such all the time, and it comes out delicious.

    Also fish isnt supposed to smell "fishy" really, its supposed to smell clean and if it does smell to "fishy" dont buy it, because its old.
    When I buy the fresh tilapia for my fish to eat, I leave it out for a few hours to let it "stink" and then freeze it, they like it better that way, so that shows you that you dont want stinky fish, it only gets that way by sitting there and being old.

    Seared tuna IS AMAZING !! make sure you dont over cook it (although it is still good lol) but you need to have the grill or whatever HOT and only cook it for a few minutes on all sides so that the middle is still raw and pink, also, spend a pretty penny on the fish so you get a good quality. Dont skimp on your tuna. If your gonna eat it, get the good shit imo lol.

    You could also make the tilapia in the oven, get a whole fish (if your daring) wrap it in foil with lemon and limes all cut up and put inside it cavity, some spices, and cook that for about 20 minutes in the over and you have something tasty, I do that with trout and tilapia, sometimes whole catfish. I also throw butter in there to keep it from sticking to the foil, the less the better I love tasting the fish.

    I love fish, catfish to be exact. I have some in the freezer right now I need to make. I throw on some bread crumbs, spices, and throw the fillets in the oven and oven fry them. Or fill a pan and fry it on the stove top with the same breading, or make some delicious beer batter :) thats the only way I will "batter" my fish, beer or nothing.

    Here is a carp I got that I cleaned up and threw in the over wrapped in foil with butter, spices, and a TON of lemons cut up and it was amazing, most people dont eat carp lol but I gives no fuck, I will eat just about every fish.. *insert lesbian joke*

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    (fyi took me about 30 minutes or more to clean and descale that fish in a BATHTUB in my friend house lol blood EVERYWHERE, also hit her little brother in the face with it)
     
  5. ReneeMcDougal

    ReneeMcDougal Good Dog

    Glad it turned out well for you. I found I never had any trouble with adding my lemon early but whatever works as long as it turned out and tasted good.
     
  6. luckilylovinlyfe

    luckilylovinlyfe Good Dog

    eww i like about every fish but catfish... i dont get why it taste like that!!
     
  7. Humblepit

    Humblepit Good Dog

    I love swordfish! Blackened swordfish is f*ckin' amazing!
     
  8. ReneeMcDougal

    ReneeMcDougal Good Dog

    Always wanted to try swordfish
     
  9. Humblepit

    Humblepit Good Dog

    You won't be disappointed if it's done right!!
     
  10. ReneeMcDougal

    ReneeMcDougal Good Dog

    good to know..I need to try it now..LOL...anything seafood i love.
     
  11. lmwst18

    lmwst18 Good Dog

    Back to recipes serious.

    Lemon Garlic Chicken

    Ingredients!

    • 2 large boneless/skinless chicken breasts
      1 tbsp lemon juice
      1 tbsp olive oil
      1/2 tbsp honey
      1 clove minced garlic
      1 tsp ground oregano
      dash of salt & pepper

    Directions
    Mix all the ingredients together and put it in a ziplock bag with chicken and marinate for a minimum of 30 minutes in fridge.
    The longer you marinate the better it will be I usually let it sit overnight.

    Place each piece of chicken on a large piece of parchment paper, spoon a tbsp or so of marinade on top of chicken and fold in ends and bottom of parchment paper to make a pouch that will essentially steam your chicken in its own juices. A very low fat way to cook....I prefer this over a pan fry method as a single (one) tbsp of olive oil has almost 10gr of fat....healthier fat yes but fat none the less.

    Total Calories: 141.3 per serving
     
  12. omgrobyn

    omgrobyn GRCH Dog

    Zucchini fritters

    1 zucchini
    1-3 eggs
    More flour than you think you'll use
    1/4 pound of feta cheese
    1 chopped onion
    A little chopped parsley
    Garlic, sliced
    Salt and pepper


    Grate the zucchini, place it in a strainer. It's important to get as much water out of the shredded vegetable as possible. It helps to salt it, than place a heavy lid or bowl on top and press down.

    When you think you've got all the water out, keep pressing because I can tell you, you haven't.

    In another bowl, mix the flour, egg/s, salt and pepper, onion, parsley, feta and garlic. Your goal here is to make a light batter. Add more flour if you think it seems watery, or another egg if it's not binding.

    Place the drained zucchini in the batter and mix with your hands.

    Coat the bottom of a skillet in olive oil. Heat it up. Make sure it is good and hot.

    Scoop a fistful of the mixture from the bowl, shape into a small patty and put in the skillet.

    Makes about 20-40 fritters. No one can really say for sure.

    From I Like You, Hospitality Under the Influence, by Amy Sedaris
     
  13. Link

    Link Little Dog

    I made this last week and thought it was pretty great :)

    pork chop barbecue


    1/2 cup water
    3tbsp vinegar
    2tbsp sugar
    1tbsp yellow mustard
    1/4 tsp salt
    1/2 tsp black pepper
    1/8 tsp cayenne pepper
    1 slice lemon
    1medium onion cut into thin wedges
    1/2 cup ketchup
    2tbsp Worcestershire sauce
    1 to 2 tsp liquid smoke
    6 thick cut pork chops
    1 to 2 tbsp cooking oil

    1. For sauce, in a small saucepan, combine the water, vinegar, sugar, mustard, salt, black pepper, and cayenne pepper. Add lemon slice and onion wedges. Bring to a boil then reduce heat. Simmer uncovered for 20 minutes. Then stir in ketchup, Worcestershire sauce and liquid smoke. return to boiling. Remove from heat and discard lemon slice.
    2. Meanwhile, preheat oven to 350. In a large skillet, brown pork chops in hot oil over medium high heat. Place pork chops in a 3-quart rectangular baking dish; pour sauce over chops.
    3.Bake uncovered for 25 to 30 minutes or until meat juices run clear, turning chops once.
     
  14. areanaL

    areanaL Puppy

    I'll try this at home.
     
  15. BILLBKLYN

    BILLBKLYN Good Dog

    Ice cubes:

    1 ice cube tray.
    Water.
    1 freezer.


    Take water and pour it into ice cube tray.
    Put water filled ice cube tray into freezer.
    Let it freeze for a few hours.
    Now you have ice cubes.


    You're welcome.
     
  16. chloesredboy2

    chloesredboy2 Good Dog

    Wow,Bill, you cook,too! Is there anything you can't do?
     
  17. BILLBKLYN

    BILLBKLYN Good Dog

    I'm afraid not.;)
     
  18. AdMae

    AdMae Big Dog

    Hmm. I've tried that ice cube recipe. I'm not a fan, so I spiced it up by adding chicken broth and making it a dog treat instead.
     
  19. cliffdog

    cliffdog Good Dog

    I replaced the water with yogurt and made it a dog treat.
     
  20. pookie!

    pookie! GRCH Dog

    I replaced the water with beer and then used them to cool down my hot beers in a my big mug :)
     
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