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Game fish recipies

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by austinglock, Jan 26, 2007.

  1. austinglock

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    I have a bunch of swordfish & shark in my freezer & am getting tired of the "usual" - grilling w/ teryaki sauce. Anyone have any other creative ways to cook & spice up this wonderful fish?
     
  2. Mild Bill

    Mild Bill Millennium Member

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    I have no idea for the Swordfish------ I never tried it--- but I like to cut Shark into
    scallop-size chunks, toss in flour, egg dip, and then some seasoned bread crumbs...

    Deep-fry...

    "Shark-Bites"...

    Lemon and tartar sauce...

    --------Or, make a minced shallot, garlic, caper, lemon, reduced white wine, & butter sauce--
    and drizzle it over the chunks right before serving...

    :beer:
     


  3. 97guns

    97guns

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    yep deep frying always makes good things better
     
  4. >shark any beer batter or breaded crumbs and deep fry along with steak fingers.

    >sword fish can be cooked numerous, but my favorite way is blacken.



    You need a hot, repeat very hot pan. Heat the pan to the highest temp and while the pan is getting to temp, Rub your seasonings and oil on the outside of the fish.


    melt a 1" of butter in the pan stir it around , take your season piece of fish and drop it right in. Cooking for maybe 2 minutes, take fish out and flip it over and cook for another 2-3mins depending on thickness.


    serve with steamed brocolli and carrots, & with a Cali white wine ;)