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#4854656 - 05/13/10 02:02 PM Grilling Red Fish
Woodpecker (Jim) Offline
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Registered: 03/25/10
Posts: 452
Loc: San Antonio, Texas
I grilled some redfish a while back and it was great. Does anyone have a reciepe for ingredients to put on the slabs. I fileted them and left the skin and scales on one side.
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#4854810 - 05/13/10 02:35 PM Re: Grilling Red Fish [Re: Woodpecker (Jim)]
RHO Offline
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Registered: 01/14/08
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i grilled Hybrids on Saturday - left the scales on one side ..... meat side I covered in olive oil and used cajun seasoning - it was really good!

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#4860094 - 05/14/10 04:43 PM Re: Grilling Red Fish [Re: RHO]
searay Offline
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Registered: 02/28/03
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Loc: SAN ANTONIO
I make a tin foil pouch and put the filets in then add zucchini, squash.onions, bell peppers butter and a couple of pounds of shirmp and throw it on the grill
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#4861630 - 05/14/10 11:25 PM Re: Grilling Red Fish [Re: searay]
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I'd put them on the grill skin side down, brush with melted butter mixed with minced fresh garlic. Some fresh chopped cilantro, squeeze of lemon, and your favorite seasoning.
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#4862042 - 05/15/10 07:58 AM Re: Grilling Red Fish [Re: Woodpecker (Jim)]
bill oxner Offline
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Loc: Ft. Bend county near Fulshear
Originally Posted By: Woodpecker
I grilled some redfish a while back and it was great. Does anyone have a reciepe for ingredients to put on the slabs. I fileted them and left the skin and scales on one side.


It's my favorite way to cook a fish. I don't think what you put on the slab is important, except paprika for the coloring. I use cheap chili powder instead of paprika. I spray both sides with WM butter flavored non stick spray.

The flavor comes from the dipping butter. I put tabasco, lemon juice, garlic powder, and salt into the butter before I melt in in the microwave.
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#4944789 - 06/05/10 08:28 PM Re: Grilling Red Fish [Re: bill oxner]
Catchin'_Lugers Offline
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Registered: 03/25/10
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Loc: Pleasanton, TX
Skin on, Blackening Seasoning, Olive oil, a little garlic powder to taste. AND PLUS ONE ON THE DIPPING BUTTER


Edited by Catchin'_Lugers (06/05/10 08:28 PM)

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#4945598 - 06/06/10 11:39 AM Re: Grilling Red Fish [Re: Catchin'_Lugers]
RaThEr_Be_FiShIn Offline
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Registered: 02/20/08
Posts: 264
Loc: Selma, TX
red fish on the half shell

- blackening seasoning
- melted butter all over the fish before you put it on the grill
- hot gril

=goodness

dont forget the mango salsa

mangos, red onion, cherry tomatoes, jalepeno, cilantro, lime juice, salt and pepper

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#4949162 - 06/07/10 12:51 PM Re: Grilling Red Fish [Re: RaThEr_Be_FiShIn]
Leever Offline
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I would definitely go skin on. Keep it simple, melted butter and fresh lemon on the top.
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#4958288 - 06/09/10 02:18 PM Re: Grilling Red Fish [Re: Woodpecker (Jim)]
Saltwater Freek Offline
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Registered: 06/04/10
Posts: 13
I agree with everyone about leaving the scales on. It keeps the juices in. Not sure if you guys use this seasoning, but "Slap yo Momma" cajun seasoning from Louisiana is probably the best thing that I use. Sprinkle a little bit on the fish along with tobasco sauce and butter. food
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#4981346 - 06/15/10 04:19 PM Re: Grilling Red Fish [Re: Saltwater Freek]
kodys'papa Offline
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Loc: Tawakoni/Conejos County
use any spice you would use on a steak
we all have favorites and they change from person to person
I also think you can't go worng with orange, lime or lemon juice as well
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#4981612 - 06/15/10 05:31 PM Re: Grilling Red Fish [Re: kodys'papa]
spiny norman Offline
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Registered: 07/13/06
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Loc: Shady Shores
On the halfshell with butter, fresh garlic and a bit of Old Bay Seasoning.

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#5137776 - 07/27/10 10:25 PM Re: Grilling Red Fish [Re: spiny norman]
Colby Offline
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Registered: 07/14/10
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I've had Teriyaki Grilled Redfish...Talk about make your tounge slap your brains out.
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#5151262 - 07/31/10 07:27 PM Re: Grilling Red Fish [Re: Colby]
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Originally Posted By: Catchin'_Lugers
Skin on, Blackening Seasoning, Olive oil, a little garlic powder to taste. AND PLUS ONE ON THE DIPPING BUTTER


you can do most all fish like this. + a little cajun seasoning = awesome
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#5154844 - 08/02/10 05:35 AM Re: Grilling Red Fish [Re: NoconaBrian]
clarajames Offline
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Registered: 07/30/10
Posts: 2
I am crazy fish lover and i really like your recipe.

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#10768051 - 04/14/15 04:28 PM Re: Grilling Red Fish [Re: Woodpecker (Jim)]
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bump

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