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Crappie Its Whats For Dinner

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Start out by going fishing remember tell your wives you have to go to make dinner, No Crappie No Dinner.

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Lay the crappie on aluminum foil and place sweet onions on them

Then add Cheyenne pepper 1/2 teaspoon

1/4 teaspoon Paprika

1/2 teaspoon Mustard powder

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Add sliced apple and sprinkle brown sugar on them

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Finally top it off with some fresh green chilies and wrap the foil over it. Place in a preheated oven at 350 for 40 minutes at 40 minutes open the pouch for 5 minutes.

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Serve it up and watch your wife smile and you :)

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That stuff is brown and it's my own mixture of sauces.

If you've never tried A1 on grilled seafood.....you're missing out. Goes great with grilled shrimp! I took a few things and mixed them together for a grilling sauce. :hope-my-fake-smile-works-again:

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I think you two ought to have a cook out( Iron Chef Beaver Lake) and I will be the judge!!!! :yaeh-am-not-durnk:

You supply the fish, I'll grill any day of the week. :XD:

Be forewarned F&F......I'm the current "Grill-off Champion" at my office. Just sayin'....

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J-Doc how do you grill fish and keep them from falling apart?

It wasn't easy. My Holland grill has a rack that uses stainless steel expanded metal vs traditional grill racks. Even then, it stuck to the rack a little bit. I think I'll use aluminum foil with some PAM sprayed on the aluminum next time to help hold it together.

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Make a small pan of aluminum foil on the grill and throw in a few pats of butter and some lime juice. Wait until the butter starts to brown before you put on the fish. Flip once. Hit the fillets with a little seasoning salt, and in four or five minutes, you're done.

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