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 poodoo » Wed Feb 10, 2016 10:37 pm

GONE FISHING wrote:
DougieK wrote:Image

Apparently with squid 'the fresher the better'

Poodoo lied to me.



How's it taste? Looks "rare" :rofl:


You know you love it sashimi style!



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Re: Show us how you eat it!

Postby Trumpeter » Wed Feb 10, 2016 10:49 pm

Scraglor your seafood dinners look great, that fish pie -yum! :thumbsup:

Here's some of my offerings-

Barbequed salt & pepper Calamari with a chili sambal
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Beer battered Gummy and Calamari rings
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Parmesan crumbed Snapper cutlets
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Re: Show us how you eat it!

Postby GONE FISHING » Thu Feb 11, 2016 4:33 am

You're all killing me !! I am insanely hungry looking at these photos of delicious food... Keep em coming !! :thumbsup:


I have never tried Sashimi, dunno if I could ever. My food has to be cooked, even if it just hits the pan for a second

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Re: Show us how you eat it!

Postby Buckle&scream » Thu Feb 11, 2016 7:39 am

That's some good looking food well done

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Re: Show us how you eat it!

Postby Buckle&scream » Thu Feb 11, 2016 7:42 am

Trumpeter wrote:Scraglor your seafood dinners look great, that fish pie -yum! :thumbsup:

Here's some of my offerings-

Barbequed salt & pepper Calamari with a chili sambal
Image

Beer battered Gummy and Calamari rings
Image

Parmesan crumbed Snapper cutlets
Image

:cheers:


That bbq salt and pepper squid with chilli sambal looks delicious!

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Re: Show us how you eat it!

Postby Lightningx » Thu Feb 11, 2016 7:45 am

Scraglor wrote:So I figure, we all do a lot of fishing, lets all share some ideas on cooking the catch! I'll start with a couple;

That tuna and asparagus salad looks sensational :a_goodjob:



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Re: Show us how you eat it!

Postby matt1991 » Thu Feb 11, 2016 7:51 am

GONE FISHING wrote:I have never tried Sashimi, dunno if I could ever. My food has to be cooked, even if it just hits the pan for a second



Sashimi is awesome i definitely recommend it! I have eaten salmon, kingfish, tuna & i think the swordfish all raw, its perfect with a bit of soy sauce.

I remember a couple of years back when we caught Bluefin down at Portland....when i was cleaning the Tuna at home i would cut a piece off and eat it haha.....couldn't get much fresher then that.

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Re: Show us how you eat it!

Postby GONE FISHING » Thu Feb 11, 2016 8:00 am

Maybe I just have to grow a set and give it a go... Lol

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Re: Show us how you eat it!

Postby Lightningx » Thu Feb 11, 2016 8:13 am

I highly recommend it also :) most fish caught and fresh, sashimi with some soy sauce and a bit of wasabi is the way to go :)

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Re: Show us how you eat it!

Postby frozenpod » Thu Feb 11, 2016 12:31 pm

One of my very few trout captures.
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