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09-26-2019 11:01 PM
cwt Here is one of mine.
Cookie tray
Lined with foil
Lightly swab foil with olive oil or spray with non-stick spray.
Cut 2 tomatoes into 1/8s, or 10 grape tomatoes cut in half, cut side up, 1/4 cup diced onions, 1-2 diced cloves garlic, optional. Spread everything on the cookie tray.
Season with salt and pepper
Bake in preheated 400 degree oven for ten-twelve minutes, until tomato chunks start to collapse.
Very lightly sprinkle dry herbs, such as, basil or tarragon over roasted tomatoes when they come out of the oven
1 lbs. walleye fillets
Lay walleye fillets on top of roasted tomatoes and then season fillets with lemon pepper, salt, butter/olive oil
Bake for another ten-twelve minutes, until flakey.
Serve with lemon wedges
09-10-2019 11:16 AM
David Anderson I am not sure how many times I was going to go through this post, I can see why it is pinned. Being quite allergic to both wheat and crustaceans (Crab, Lobster, shrimp, crayfish) it is nice to see some great recipes without flour, bread crumbs, crackers, and shore lunch. I have been relegated to walleye in an egg wash then rolled in Zatarain's Southern fish coating which is a corn based product. It's not bad for having limited choices and when we go to Canada everyone is sympathetic of my situation!
08-20-2019 04:55 PM
cwt This thread has been going on since 2010.
A heck of a lot of Posts and recipes to read.
I wish someone would organize the recipes into some sort of categories.
Something like,
Baked, Fried, Packets (parchment paper, aluminum, baking bags), Smoked, Broiled, Grilled, Sauteed, Poached, Pressure Cooker, whatever.
Someone who doesn't have anything more important to do like. . .
It might even be marketable. Who owns the Thread and contents? After all, it is public for all to see.
tight lines,
08-06-2019 07:03 PM
TrollMasterCalculator I like to use the typical deep fry method of coating the fillets with egg, then dusting them in a mix of salt, pepper, and flour. Here in Maryland, it is mandatory that if it swims, you must also add Old Bay seasoning..! This is a great addition to the flour mix & gives the fillets a little zing..
12-06-2018 03:52 AM
Originally Posted by Rat1 View Post
I have been looking for simple baking ideas that are diabetic freindly. Can't have all the breading etc any more
Lay out a piece of aluminum foil, twice as long as it is wide. Spray with PAM or olive oil, lay walleye filets on one half of the foil sheet, larger pieces closer to the edges. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese, Italian bread crumbs are optional. Season to taste. Fold over the other half of the foil and crimp the foil around the edges to make an airtight package. Put package on a hot gas grill, charcoal grill or in a 375 F oven (close lids on grills) until the foil package blows up like a balloon, at which point the fish is done. Slide foil package onto a platter and put it on the table.

On our 2-burner Weber gas grill, cooking time is usually 5-6 minutes. Clean-up is a snap! Minimal oil, minimal carbs.

We do something similar with salmon, flounder or other fish. Salmon with garlic-dill mustard cooked this way is a special treat, just takes a bit more cooking time, like 7-10 minutes. With any fish, put the thicker pieces around the edges of the foil package where they will cook faster, save the center area for the thinner pieces.
11-07-2018 07:10 AM
Favorite Walleye Recipe

Plank Grilled Walleye with Grilln' & Roastn' Spice and Bacon Butter Stuffing

07-12-2018 06:40 PM

Find your favorite chicken picatta recipe and use walleye. Awesome!
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04-03-2018 07:09 AM
Originally Posted by andersaki View Post
My question is : have you ever tried it without the flour coating beforehand? I'm wondering if it is necessary, since the mustard does a good job of holding the breading to the fillets. I could answer my own question, but I'm out of fillets. Thanks in advance.

I never flour the fillets before the egg wash...I just let them dry a bit on a paper towel first.

I'm sure if you do that, the mustard will have no problems adhering to the fillets. One less thing, and fewer carbs.
04-03-2018 05:10 AM
lovedevil I like to cut fish into equal sized pieces for the corresponding cooking .. Not about COOK fried in peanut oil. Salt and coarse sea salt on the drain hose. It is a thin powder.

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