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Old 02-05-2012, 03:53 PM   #21
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So I take it the fish you call Red Fish are not like the local ones we get here http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/science/pub...10-09-eng.html .
The ones here taste almost like Atlantic Salmon with the same colour, but a lot smaller.

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If it makes you feel better, it's cool and rainy today.

I think redfish "en papillote" sounds great. I'll grab some shallots today when I go to the store after church. Bob caught a redfish yesterday.
It does... a little Enjoy

boo boo... the redfish Yooper is talking about is also known as Red Drum, and they are delicious!

http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/huntwild...ecies/reddrum/
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I didn't take a picture of the last redfish we caught (forgot) but here is what a "speckled trout" or "spotted sea trout" looks like (this is from today):

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I was going to make grilled fish with a tequila/lime/habanero sauce, but we got invited over to a neighbor's for chicken fried steak and fried okra. We can't turn that down!

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Last night I did the tequila/lime/habanero marinade and sauce. Here's the basic recipe:

Juice of two large limes
two habaneros, seeded
two cloves of garlic
About 4 ounces of tequila
chopped cilantro
Tiny shot of triple sec
pinch of sea salt

Pureed in a blender then the fish fillets were placed in the blender.

After the fillets went on a hot grill, I boiled the marinade to thicken it and use as a sauce.

This was excellent! But I have to admit it was pretty hot. It tasted great, but Bob mentioned that I looked like I was blushing- even my ears got warm! Since I love hot spicy food, I thought it was great and Bob gave it an A+. But it might have killed a lesser mortal.

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sounds amazing!!! But to be clear, the fillets were not blended right? Just placed in the blender. How long did you marinate? I add cilantro to just about anything, I bet it tasted really fresh and bright.

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sounds amazing!!! But to be clear, the fillets were not blended right? Just placed in the blender. How long did you marinate? I add cilantro to just about anything, I bet it tasted really fresh and bright.
Right- the filets were left whole. I marinaded it for most of the day, and then drained it off and boiled the marinade while the fish was on the grill.
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So I take it the fish you call Red Fish are not like the local ones we get here http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/science/pub...10-09-eng.html .
The ones here taste almost like Atlantic Salmon with the same colour, but a lot smaller.
Here's what they look like:

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No more fishing pictures unless you are standing on ice. It's 35 degrees and raining in NY and I'm starting to get real jealous

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So jealous. We've had a pretty mild winter to say the least, so far, but I'd LOVE to be down there fishing and kayaking!

Maybe I'll buy a fish from the store and marinade it and pretend I'm in Texas.

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My neighbors parents live in the Galveston area, they visit a couple times a year. This always triggers a neighborhood driveway fish fry. I had never had spotted trout until a couple of years ago, it is now at the top of my list of salt water fair.

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