Recipe advice anyone? (Okiefishman fish salad)
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Posted on Saturday Dec 11, 2010 at 8:56 PM  
Kept a few sandbass today and a small hybrid. I want to do something different with them... Burned out on fried and baked fish.

Okiefishman had a fish salad (like tuna salad recipe) posted up on here I thought, but can't find it. Has anyone done this with whites or hybrids?
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Posted on Saturday Dec 11, 2010 at 9:13 PM  
Tink one of his favs is a ceviche ive had it once its pretty good
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Posted on Saturday Dec 11, 2010 at 9:52 PM  
Vlaude,
You can cut up celery, onion, boiled eggs, Miracle Whip, a little lemon juice, then add you're fillets which have the red meat removed, and microwaved. Mix it all up (like tuna Salad) serve on toast. You'll never eat store bought Tuna again!!
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Posted on Saturday Dec 11, 2010 at 10:48 PM  
Might try some fish tacos too Vlaude.
Batter fried fish chunks
Bag of Cole Slaw mix from the produce section of your grocer
Red Onion
Black Olives
Cilantro
Mix 1/2 Sour Cream, 1/2 Mayo together for sauce
Fresh squeezed Lime Juice
Salsa or Chili Power (optional)
Lightly fry a tortilla in skillet and wrap the ingredients.

Posted on Sunday Dec 12, 2010 at 10:43 AM  
Dgeddings, I like ceviche... I've made it a few times with stripers, whites and redfish and its great! The redfish is a bit more oil though.

Goober that sounds good! I'd need a recipe for the slaw though, any details?

Gonna try a bit of this fish salad here in a bit, just with one fillet at this point.
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Posted on Sunday Dec 12, 2010 at 11:00 AM  
Just buy the pre-bagged slaw mix in the produce section at your local grocery Vlaude.
Posted on Sunday Dec 12, 2010 at 6:22 PM  
OK, that makes it EZ! I like EZ!!! LOL Thanks, gonna try it tomorrow night. For tonight gonna make some white bass salad! No ceviche this round, but will do it again in the future.
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Posted on Monday Dec 13, 2010 at 9:19 AM  
Not bad... not bad... I made the "fish salad" and my wife said "That sounds gross!" and had a weird look on her face. Made it up with eggs, pickles, celery, a little squirt of mustard, and a pinch of dill. I didn't have any onion or parsley. It needed a hit of seasoning I think and the onion would have helped. I just used two fillets, so I'll get some other stuff and whip up some tonight. Might season the fillets a bit before I nuke them. The wife approved after I talked her into giving it a try. If someone doesn't like the flavor of Tuna, but likes fish might like this over tuna salad. I'll be tinkering with it a bit. Looks like a few sandwiches over the next few days for lunch! Thanks again!
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Posted on Monday Dec 13, 2010 at 9:32 AM  
You need a dry fish with the recepie - actually Striped Bass work best,followed by hybrid striper, then sandies -- and larger specimens of any Morones with a little tougher texture

I started doing this years ago - we used left over baked fish - then it morphed into doing it with fresh fish --

Also if you grill your striper fillet on the grill till pretty dry them mix it into a fish salad - zowee that be some good stuff.

Microwave is quick and easy though -- add your spices and some mayo BEFORE you microwave , then drain after done, flake out the flesh then prepare your salad - gives it a little better flavor --

AND one other thing - once your salad is made -- try mixing in some Zatarains fry meal and make patties out of it -- then FRY the patties in pan with olive oil - now thats some fish sammich for ya.

I have had more than one comment on such fresh Tuna when actually it was striper used --

I use real mayo, mix it in with the flaked fillets whip till its well blended, red onions (finely chopped,), fresh garlic cloves finely chopped,fresh cilantro finely chopped, chopped sweet dill pickles, two or three boiled eggs,Old Bay Seasoning to taste -- make it up the day before ya want the sammiches, let it absorb all the flavors - good on crackers or bread, also a great boat meal as well --

You can spice it up any way ya want -- personally I like fresh ground black pepper corns in mine.
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Posted on Monday Dec 13, 2010 at 3:35 PM  
Oooh I like that fried fish salad idea! I'll try that tonight if I have time! LOL I burned through 3 of the 8 fillets last night. I love fish tacos too! I haven't really made them much myself though, but will give it a go just need to find that slaw you're talking about Goober.
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Posted on Monday Dec 13, 2010 at 3:41 PM  
microwaved fish sounds as appealing as boiled cardboard. I dont think I could make myself microwave raw fish then eat it....
Posted on Monday Dec 13, 2010 at 3:54 PM  
A few years ago, my dad and I were at Fork where we had rented a trailer. We (my dad) microwaved salmon and it was surprisingly good.
Posted on Monday Dec 13, 2010 at 4:05 PM  
Basically its the same process as canned Tuna Shawn -- but twice as fast as oven or grill baking -- you put the fillets in a covered cassarole dish, and the fish is steamed done with microwave energy --just a fast way to do it -- usually only takes about seven to ten minutes to get flaky fish ready for a fish salad.
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Posted on Monday Dec 20, 2010 at 11:19 PM  
Goober,
You have an awesome sauce recipe that goes with the fish tacos. My wife and I made it one time for a big bunch and everyone was oooing and aaawing and such. Hawahian type sauce. Post that for Vlaude.
Also I fried the fish for that event by rolling the filets in Louisiana hotsauce only and then coating with cornmeal and frying. What a combo in those corn tortillas.
Posted on Tuesday Dec 21, 2010 at 7:54 AM  
If you want Maui Tacos, leave off the Cilantro and chili power, and add pineapple chunks.
Posted on Tuesday Dec 21, 2010 at 10:28 AM  
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Originally posted by Goober

If you want Maui Tacos, leave off the Cilantro and chili power, and add pineapple chunks.



I have always wanted to do a Hawaiian Fish Taco. Soaking the fish in teriyaki and ginger, fry it, and serve it on pita bread with a pineapple relish. I just need to do it sometime and see how it is.
Posted on Tuesday Dec 21, 2010 at 10:58 PM  
Put your hands on some Ahi if you want the best Hawaiian Taco's.
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