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Share your recipes with us...
« on: January 14, 2005, 04:08:32 PM »

This board seems to be a little slow. I know that everyone on-board here has a favorite recipe or two. Please share them with us. Whether it be different ways to cook fish,wild game or your everyday common foods. Maybe some of the northerners can share some ways of cooking that we don't do here in the south & vise versa! 

Main entree's, side dishes, desserts, drinks, snacks...Whatever it may be!
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Re: Share your recipes with us...
« Reply #1 on: February 26, 2005, 10:29:11 AM »

HI
I had shared my sausage biscuit recipe somewhere in a forum  lo

Pferox69 wanted me to tell you how i cook my fish.  REAL simple
I spread a little butter over them add Real garlic squeeze REAL Lemon juice on
put slices of lemon on top for show.. and wrap in foil.
depending on how much u are making at one time, I usually cook a pound for about
20 -30 min on 375 degrees.
I dont like too many spices on it, I like to taste the fish.

Now when I fry my Talapia (nile perch to some) I spray the pan with no stick spray.
then I sprinkle some cajun season on it, black pepper, paprika and a touch of garlic powder.. I dont over spice them just a hint.(remember, I want to taste the fish, ;))
flip over after about 5 minutes. season other side. then I add about 2 tablespoons of water and cover the pan. I know this isnt really 'frying' but Im trying to eat healthy and I like it. anyway,, cook covered about 10 min  Med heat. comes out moist flaky and sooooooooooo  yummy.
Hope you enjoy!
Sharon
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Re: Share your recipes with us...
« Reply #2 on: July 09, 2005, 01:27:39 AM »

You want to grill halibut or cod huh :-\ Well here you go, melt some butter, pour it onto you fillet, add thyme and some lemon and italin dressing, wrap in foil, place on grill for about 20 minutes or until it flakes and ENJOY ~c~ ;PEP)
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Re: Share your recipes with us...
« Reply #3 on: July 09, 2005, 10:37:58 AM »

geeeeeez...now that made me hungry  ~c~ ~c~

thanks silver
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Re: Share your recipes with us...
« Reply #4 on: July 27, 2005, 05:48:35 PM »

Hey Silver heres one for ya  ;)

Salmon pie made easy.

3 med size baking potatoes
1 large onion.
butter to taste
salt to taste (optional)
Pepper to taste
2 cups Jiffy biscuit mix
1 1/2 cups of milk ( think thats right, read the package directions for making bicuits)
1  16oz can salmon.. or fresh if ya got it

Boil the potatoes and onions together till soft
put in the salmon,  bones and all if you want -  they are eatable  and mash along with the taters.

Mash it all up with salt, pepper, butter to taste.
While potatoes are cooking, mix up a batch of the biscuits
put the potatoe/salmon mixture in a pie dish,
spread the biscuit dough over the top ( I use non stick cooking spray on my hands)
Once its all covered with the dough, bake in oven at Temp for biscuits. I think its 400 degrees for 15 minutes,, Remember, the taters are all ready cooked and the salmon is warmed by the taters, so all you want to do is brown the top to make a biscuit crust.. Its real easy to make, and usually no left overs  :'(
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« Reply #5 on: July 27, 2005, 07:06:40 PM »

I will have to give that one a whirl Sahron, sounds tasty ~c~ ~c~
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« Reply #6 on: July 27, 2005, 07:08:34 PM »

Sharon now that sounds real yummmy ol silver will like it for sure  ~c~ ~c~
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« Reply #7 on: November 15, 2005, 12:05:47 PM »

                                              Elk camp Ling Cod.
Build a hot camp fire and let it burn down.Take some spuds wrapped in foil and lay them in the coals.After about 20 min set your grill over the fire pit to heat up.Now take some foil and make a pan to hold the fish.Put the fish in your foil pan and add your favorite salsa.Fold the foil to inclose the fish and put this on the grill for 15 to 20 min or until the fish is flakey.Serve with Garlic bisquits from the Dutch oven.
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Re: Share your recipes with us...
« Reply #8 on: November 16, 2005, 07:58:54 PM »

silver your fish i smell from here ill be over in ten, ill bring the beers if you are cooking like that
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Re: Share your recipes with us...
« Reply #9 on: June 05, 2006, 10:45:15 AM »

Ok here is one not related to fish. it is so simple even a caveman can do it. lo
You start with picking up your phone and dialing your favorite pizza place order a large any kind of toppings you like. ( I like it loaded )  but everyone has a different taste. Then you give them your address and within 45 min you have a hot pizza delivered to your front door. pizza along with a few of these ~beer~ ~beer~ ~beer~ or for the under 21 croud or the non drinkers a few of these ;PEP) ;PEP) ;PEP) and that is a meal fit for a king.
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« Reply #10 on: June 05, 2006, 10:52:41 AM »

Here is another one. we would make this while camping, but I have made it on the stove top before.

we have a campfire wok but can be made on a skillet.

We call this "Campfire Fajitas"

we put a bottle of water in the wok and chop up a onion and green pepper,
cook them till the water is gone, add a can of your favorite cola or diet cola. then add ground beef, cook till the ground beef is done, about 45 min to a hour. then we put the tortillas on top untill they are done, put cooked beef in tortilla add cheese, sour cream, taco sause and enjoy.
Now I have taken this beef and put it on a bun with a hot dog and it made a tasty coney sause.And I have added fajita seasoning mix when adding ground beef as well and it is very good.
Just make sure you stir it quit offen so it don't burn.
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Re: Share your recipes with us...
« Reply #11 on: June 05, 2006, 10:56:18 AM »

sound good lampshade 
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Re: Share your recipes with us...
« Reply #12 on: June 05, 2006, 10:58:48 AM »

Catfish ala paper sack

This is for a 2-4 lb catfish.
Skin and clean, you can leave the head on or remove your choice.
with skin off, and guts thoroughly cleaned, fill body cavity with some green onions, some yellow onion, butter, garlic and tomato.  Pack in in there.
Coat flesh with butter garlic and lemon pepper.  Give it a nice thick coating.
Take paper grocery bag.  Cut sides and open.  You should have a nice long peice of brown grocers paper.  You can also used brown packing paper if you have a roll of it, but make sure it's at least 5 feet long.  Totally and thoroughly wet it.  It should be dripping wet.  Take cleaned catfish and starting at one end, completely roll up the catfish in the soaking wet brown paper.  Tuck in sides as you go to completely enclose the fish.   Once it's totally rolled up place on hot grill.

When the paper is completely dried out, the catfish will be cooked to a steamy perfection.  Enjoy.

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« Reply #13 on: June 11, 2006, 02:05:25 PM »

Texas Beef 'N Bean Skillet Dinner
 
 
 
 
 An easy to assemble and quickly cooked dinner in a dish which is certain to be enjoyed by kids of all ages. Perfect supper fare on a cold day.
 
  2 tablespoons   olive oil
 
 1 cup  chopped onion
 
 2  cloves garlic, minced
 
 1-3  fresh jalapeño chilies, minced
 
 1 1/2 pounds  lean ground beef
 
 2  large tomatoes, diced (or 1 cup chopped canned tomatoes)
 
 1 24-ounce jar  Randall Pinto Beans, drained
 
 1 4-ounce can   chopped mild green chilies
 
   Salt, to taste
 
 1 cup  (4 ounces), shredded jack cheese
 
 2 tablespoons  chopped fresh cilantro, optional
 
 3 tablespoons  Flour tortillas or corn bread
 
 
  Heat the oil in a heavy skillet. Stir in the onion, garlic and jalapeños. Sauté, stirring, until the onion is tender.
 
 Crumble in the beef and cook, stirring occasionally, until all of the red is gone.
 
 Stir in the tomatoes and cook for 5 minutes.
 
 Add the beans and mild green chilies. Reduce the heat and simmer just until the beans are hot through.
 
 Season with salt to taste.
 
 Sprinkle the cheese over the top of the skillet and continue to simmer until all of the cheese is melted.
 
 Serve spooned over warmed flour tortillas of squares of freshly baked corn bread.
 
 6 servings
 
 Note: For a mild dish use only one jalapeño pepper. Add the second and third to make a spicier dish.
 
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