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#11597829 - 05/11/16 07:49 PM Bluegill fillets baked in lemon butter
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Registered: 09/20/08
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Well, I finally got around to baking bluegill fillets in lemon butter. They exceeded my expectations and I will definitely be cooking them this way often. Mixed a very small amount of fresh squeezed lemon juice (one teaspoon) in about 3/4 stick of melted butter and mopped it on the fillets after I had salted and peppered them and sprinkled on some Old Bay seasoning. Thanks Banker for telling me to only use a small amount of lemon juice. As you said, only enough is needed to give it a little flavor.



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#11597996 - 05/11/16 08:39 PM Re: Bluegill fillets baked in lemon butter [Re: SlowDown]
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Nice and healthy, well done!
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#11598188 - 05/11/16 09:25 PM Re: Bluegill fillets baked in lemon butter [Re: SlowDown]
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Thanks Fitz. I thoroughly enjoy eating fresh fish, always have. Like any kind of seafood.

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#11598241 - 05/11/16 09:48 PM Re: Bluegill fillets baked in lemon butter [Re: SlowDown]
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Originally Posted By: fish 'till I drop
Well, I finally got around to baking bluegill fillets in lemon butter. They exceeded my expectations and I will definitely be cooking them this way often. Mixed a very small amount of fresh squeezed lemon juice (one teaspoon) in about 3/4 stick of melted butter and mopped it on the fillets after I had salted and peppered them and sprinkled on some Old Bay seasoning. Thanks Banker for telling me to only use a small amount of lemon juice. As you said, only enough is needed to give it a little flavor.









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#11598375 - 05/11/16 10:45 PM Re: Bluegill fillets baked in lemon butter [Re: SlowDown]
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something is missing here....oh yea,ice down Modelos! good looking meal right there....

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#11598569 - 05/12/16 06:56 AM Re: Bluegill fillets baked in lemon butter [Re: SlowDown]
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Thanks for the reply crope1. A good cold beer has always gone well for me with Mexican food, but not so much for fish. Guess I'm still in the training stage, huh?

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#11599491 - 05/12/16 01:35 PM Re: Bluegill fillets baked in lemon butter [Re: SlowDown]
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Originally Posted By: fish 'till I drop
Well, I finally got around to baking bluegill fillets in lemon butter. They exceeded my expectations and I will definitely be cooking them this way often. Mixed a very small amount of fresh squeezed lemon juice (one teaspoon) in about 3/4 stick of melted butter and mopped it on the fillets after I had salted and peppered them and sprinkled on some Old Bay seasoning. Thanks Banker for telling me to only use a small amount of lemon juice. As you said, only enough is needed to give it a little flavor.








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FANTASTIC POST! bow_down

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#11599833 - 05/12/16 03:49 PM Re: Bluegill fillets baked in lemon butter [Re: SlowDown]
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Thanks for the reply Gitter Done. All of you guys on the Bluegill/Sunfish forum have greatly improved my sunfish catching and cooking during the past few years. This is a great sport that we are blessed to enjoy.

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#11606447 - 05/16/16 04:24 PM Re: Bluegill fillets baked in lemon butter [Re: Gitter Done]
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Originally Posted By: Gitter Done
Originally Posted By: fish 'till I drop
Well, I finally got around to baking bluegill fillets in lemon butter. They exceeded my expectations and I will definitely be cooking them this way often. Mixed a very small amount of fresh squeezed lemon juice (one teaspoon) in about 3/4 stick of melted butter and mopped it on the fillets after I had salted and peppered them and sprinkled on some Old Bay seasoning. Thanks Banker for telling me to only use a small amount of lemon juice. As you said, only enough is needed to give it a little flavor.








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FANTASTIC POST! bow_down





I totally Agree! bow_down

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#11606669 - 05/16/16 05:44 PM Re: Bluegill fillets baked in lemon butter [Re: SlowDown]
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Thanks Laker One. Will be time to do it again in another day or two. :-)

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#11606813 - 05/16/16 07:15 PM Re: Bluegill fillets baked in lemon butter [Re: SlowDown]
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Looks mighty tasty! Nice mix of protein, starch and fiber, too...
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