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Wizard

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Northern Pike Recipe
« on: September 27, 2017, 04:21:17 PM »

This is an easy recipe some Oldfart on the forum reminded me of. Thanks, Rodney!

Open the Pike and clean out the insides leaving a cut from head to tail. Put fresh herbs, along with several pats of butter into the Pike. Mix flour and water into a very thick paste. Totally wrap the Pike inside the paste until no air can get in. You are wrapping the Pike in a layer of unleavened bread.  Cook the Pike 15 minutes per pound until done. Don't worry if the bread hardens or burns. When cooking is finished, break open the bread covering for some of the moistest, tastiest, fish anywhere.
This is an authentic recipe from 12th century Europe. Without cooking vessels or bread pans, bread was used as an oven and not eaten. I have made this, Rodney, and it beats the heck out of foil.

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Re: Northern Pike Recipe
« Reply #1 on: September 28, 2017, 07:30:19 AM »

It sounds good Wizard!!! Just don't forget the "Y" bones are still there, could be a problem otherwise. lo ::)
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