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Cooking Kingfish #13262567 08/28/19 04:28 PM
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Hello All!!! I recently went on a fishing trip that netted some nice kingfish. The guide balled it out, so i have fish in little balls in my freezer. What i am wondering is what are some different recipes for cooking kingfish? I have heard they can be fairly fishy tasting, so just looking for different ideas on how to prepare it. Thanks!!!

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Did you mix a solution of half water and half milk, put in ziplock bags and freeze ? The meat has a strong fishy taste. Some folks soak the meat in milk for a few hours before GRILLING. You can marinate with Rasberry Italian Dressing or the reg. Italian dressing for a few hours also. Sear both sides and grill for about 20 minutes or less. Cooks fast!!


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The best way is to cook it fresh.. Other than that, we just always seasoned and grilled!

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King Mackerel is not one of my favorite fish to eat since I like very mild fish like red snapper. I have eaten kingfish fried and it is acceptable. Cut the mackerel very thin and fry it with a coating of corn meal, flour, and a good steak seasoning. Fry it till it floats at 400 degrees.

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I like to seaon the filets with Tony C's and grill on foil with a layer of sliced onion and bell pepper under the filet (buffers the meat from the heat and adds lots of flavor) and lemon slices and butter on top. Left overs are fixed up like a tuna salad. Turns out great every time.

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