Show us how you eat it!

How to prepare and cook your catch.
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Re: Show us how you eat it!

Postby ChrisTaylor » Tue Mar 06, 2018 7:26 pm

Scraglor, that looks amazing.

I guess this doesn't count as I bought it rather than caught it, but kingfish ... over the weekend I steamed a small one whole. I made a paste with some bird's eye chillies, coriander, garlic, and enough fish sauce to moisten.



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Re: Show us how you eat it!

Postby Scraglor » Fri Mar 09, 2018 8:01 pm

ChrisTaylor wrote:Scraglor, that looks amazing.

I guess this doesn't count as I bought it rather than caught it, but kingfish ... over the weekend I steamed a small one whole. I made a paste with some bird's eye chillies, coriander, garlic, and enough fish sauce to moisten.


Thanks mate, did you have any pics? That sounds amazing

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Re: Show us how you eat it!

Postby ChrisTaylor » Mon Mar 12, 2018 4:21 pm

I didn't take any photos, no. I thought the preparation worked well.

On Saturday I caught a decent-sized brown trout, and cooked it simply. I was in an AirBnB, so I didn't have access to my usual collection of shite. I seasoned some flour with Old Bay, and dusted the skin with it. It was then pan-fried in what the French would consider to be a 'dab' of butter (which is, to say, enough butter to make your cardiologist need to sit down). I thought it was very good for a simple preparation.

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Re: Show us how you eat it!

Postby ducky » Mon Mar 12, 2018 4:55 pm

It’s nothing like scraglors amazing stuff. But currently on holidays up through central/northern Queensland. I bet the big 4 electric frypan hasn’t seen a meal as tasty as this seafood paella I threw together for the misso’s 30th birthday dinner.

Coral trout. King prawns. Calamari and mussels made up the seafood part. Was bloody awesome.
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Re: Show us how you eat it!

Postby Lightningx » Mon Mar 12, 2018 5:02 pm

Mate that looks bloody awesome :thumbsup:

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Re: Show us how you eat it!

Postby Scraglor » Fri Mar 23, 2018 10:45 pm

ducky wrote:It’s nothing like scraglors amazing stuff. But currently on holidays up through central/northern Queensland. I bet the big 4 electric frypan hasn’t seen a meal as tasty as this seafood paella I threw together for the misso’s 30th birthday dinner.

Coral trout. King prawns. Calamari and mussels made up the seafood part. Was bloody awesome.


Would eat, every day of the week



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