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Pickled crappie #12300026
06/19/17 12:41 AM
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Anybody else tried various recipes out of the CAT cook book? We've made several recipes but for a real change of pace I've made the pickled crappie twice. Super appetizer and once I open a jar I can't put it down. Very tasty and the meat is nice and firm! You can cut down the quantity, just divide it as needed! Simple ingredients also! I like to leave it sit in the fridge for at least a month.....after that.....look out!!!! Yum!!!!!

Re: Pickled crappie [Re: Beltonbanger®] #12300097
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Re: Pickled crappie [Re: Beltonbanger®] #12300146
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That's good to know! I saw that in there but never made any before! Had a neighbor from somewhere up north when we lived in Ft Worth and he would bring back jars of pickled pike. Seemed like everytime he opened a jar we ate the whole thing! Sleeve of saltines and some cold picked crappie would be good lake food!!! food

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pickled crappie? sounds horrible......could you make me some?

Re: Pickled crappie [Re: Beltonbanger®] #12300473
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Sounds out of the norm but hell I'll eat anything !

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Ok, where does a guy find a copy of this cook book??

Re: Pickled crappie [Re: Beltonbanger®] #12300553
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Why the h&77 would you waste a good fish like crappie on pickling?


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Re: Pickled crappie [Re: fouzman] #12300696
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Originally Posted By: fouzman
Why the h&77 would you waste a good fish like crappie on pickling?


Most of these guys get plenty for the fryer. I've had catfish pickled and it wasn't as good. This is a very tasty treat! Excellent with crackers....as stated.

Re: Pickled crappie [Re: Beltonbanger®] #12300797
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Anything like Sardines?


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Makes excellent cheviche too,... food

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Smoked whole catfish is good Banger!! Bayou baits guy on Fork will smoke a couple hundred every year and passes em out or used too. Small ones. 12-14". Peel the skin back and go to town. But I liked smoked mullet too when I worked in Florida.

I've never made ceviche either but it sure looks good!!

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Originally Posted By: Slewfoot
Smoked whole catfish is good Banger!! Bayou baits guy on Fork will smoke a couple hundred every year and passes em out or used too. Small ones. 12-14". Peel the skin back and go to town. But I liked smoked mullet too when I worked in Florida.

I've never made ceviche either but it sure looks good!!


I need to keep a catfish next time for the smoker!!!! Isn't that chevichina stuff "raw"????

Re: Pickled crappie [Re: Beltonbanger®] #12301721
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Re: Pickled crappie [Re: Beltonbanger®] #12302150
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HHHaaaaa!!!!! Maybe you would like the Cajun Crappie better!!!! Lots of other good recipes also!!

Re: Pickled crappie [Re: fouzman] #12303674
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Originally Posted By: fouzman
Why the h&77 would you waste a good fish like crappie on pickling?


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