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Walleye Recipes


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i use corn meal and creale seasoning deep frying, Also try seasoning the fillet without breading and sauteeing/cooking them in oil. or u can season them with or without breading and baking them in the oven we do that with crappie sometimes to eat without the grease.

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In the recipes section I have posted a different way to saute fish and also a fishburger recipe in which I always use at least half walleye. Last night I made a walleye ceviche (you put raw fish in fresh lime juice to "cook" it and serve it with a spicy salsa) If anyone wants that recipe I will post it.

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Paint fillets with some melted butter, shake on a seasoning of choice, greek, cajun or make your own ( the butter helps the seasoning to stick to the fillets. Line a sheet cake pan with aluminum foil, lay the buttered seasoned fillets in the pan, pour rest of buttery, seasony goodness around the fillets and place on your barbeque grill. Cook until fish is flaky, gently lift the fillets off the foil lined pan and place on a platter. Carefully lift the pan and pour all that fishy, buttery, seasony goodness into a cup, add a little lemon juice and use it as a sauce or topping for the fish when served or even pour a little on some fried taters mmmmmmmm. I have found out my family can eat almost twice as much fish when grilled as compared to fried and its just dang delicious.

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With the oven warming to 350, melt half a stick of butter in a 9x13. Rinse and pat dry your fillets. Lay in pan to coat the bottoms, then turn 'em over and shake on your seasonings of choice (I like Cavender's, or garlic powder/pepper/paprika). Bake for 10-12 minutes depending on thickness (Stockton fish, 10 minutes). That's it! Very tasty, no muss, no fuss.

If you need to be healthier, substitute olive oil for half of the butter.

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One of my favorite ways to cook fish is in a Cast Iron pan with a trivet .

In the bottom of the pan put 2 cup of white wine, 1 teaspoon of fresh garlic, 1 teaspoon of fresh Vidalia Onions, 3 cayenne peppers 1 jalapeño pepper 1 bell pepper of green, red and yellow . Place the trivet in the sauce and bring to a boil.

Add the fillets and cover the pot for 6 minutes. Remove the fillets and add 1.5 cups of cream to the mix and let simmer for 2 minutes. Add in some Asparagus for 4 minutes then replace the fillets for 2 minutes. Remove the fillets and drain the mix. Place the fillets and veggies on a plate and cover lightly with the cream.

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Hey guys. You are making me want to fix things.

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I love the deep fried Uncle Buck method, but to keep the ole colesterol levels in check I have tried these two methods which are tasty.

Leave the skin on the walleye fillet-soak in lemon juice-season with lemon/pepper and grill skin side down until fish is "flakey"

The other method is to microwave the fillets covered in lemon juice/with lemon-pepper @ 4 minutes/pound. Seems to work well with crappie fillets.

Like RPS makes me hungry and I need to catch more to fillet :have-a-nice-day:

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