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Old 03-07-2005, 02:33 PM   #1
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How bout some grilled fish recipes?

Not a big fan of grilled pork, I've eaten ribeyes the last 2 nights, not a huge fan of chicken either. Got my new Kettle and I'd like to try some fish recipes.....don't have a fish basket, so I'll be flipping very carefully.

Salmon's not my favorite, although I've done the planked salmon several times. But I'm open...I realize salmon is good for grilling.

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Old 03-07-2005, 02:42 PM   #2
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1- Heat Grill
2- Place Fish on Grill
3- Remove When Done.


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Capt'n,
If you like Catfish, try this link. Catfish Institute
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1- Heat Grill
2- Place Fish on Grill
3- Remove When Done.


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I'm a little confused on the heat grill part. When you say, place fish on grill, do you mean the one that I heated up? The removal process....do I do that?

I love grouper and catfish, although I've never grilled catfish. I usually blacken it in the old cast iron skillet (take note Greg), and I can eat my weight in that! Slaw on the side to cool down the mouth.....veryyyy hot blackening!
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If you like Blackened, try this. Catfish Blackening Mix
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