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Making fish taste good. Ideas?

jcc80

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I love making fish tacos. 2 lbs tilapia in a pan on med-high heat and chop it up with your spatula to the consistency you want. Throw in 1 can of El Pato sauce, add some Pappy's seasoning (I am not sure if that's just a regional thing or if it's available nationwide. Regular 'taco seasoning' would be OK too). When it's almost fully cooked, throw in some chopped up cilantro and green onions, along with some dried oregano and garlic. You can add some extra salt if you need it.

It's so damn good. I'd make some today if I wasn't working on some leftover barbecued tri-tip.
 

n3mo0101

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COD/HADDOCK/ ANY WHITE FISH

WORKS WITH SALMON AS WELL

Preheat oven to 400 degrees F

Wash fish.

Sprinkle w/ garlic powder, pepper, PARMESAN CHEESE (crucial!!) and drizzle with lemon juice (lemon juice is especially important on the salmon because it neutralizes the alkaline compounds that give it the "fishy" taste)

Drizzle lightly with whatever oil you use to cook with.

Bake until fish flakes apart.

I guarantee all of you will love this simple recipe
 

hyp532

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Salmon Cakes

Easy, portable, and very tasty.

Salmon Cakes (makes 6 3.5" patties)

1 15 oz. can wild Alaskan salmon with bones, drained
2 eggs
2 TB minced fresh parsley
2 TB finely sliced green onions
1/2 tsp. sea salt
A sprinkle of granulated garlic to taste
Other herbs/seasonings to taste
Fat/oil for frying

Mix all the ingredients well and form into 6 patties (or 8 small ones) and
fry in a generous amount of oil until golden and crispy on each side.
Definitely gonna try this
 

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