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Baked Crappie Recipe #13557928 05/14/20 09:06 PM
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I laid out Crappie for tonight, looking for a good recipe besides fried, let’s hear em!

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Re: Baked Crappie Recipe [Re: Minner Bucket] #13558009 05/14/20 10:08 PM
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Black pepper and cajun seasoning on both sides
place on electric grill with a cooking sheet at 400*
turn after 3-4 minutes...then eat.

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JimSr has the best way to do it. Always a good meal! grill

Re: Baked Crappie Recipe [Re: Minner Bucket] #13558709 05/15/20 01:53 PM
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Here is one we do a lot:

- Preheat oven to 350
- Take some mayo, and thin it down with lime juice until it is about the thickness of ranch dressing
- Take your favorite flavor of potato chip...and crush a bunch of them up in a bag
- Dip fillets in the mayo, and then shake in bag with chips to coat fillet
- Bake until chips just start to brown

Just change the chip flavor to create new tastes wink


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Re: Baked Crappie Recipe [Re: Minner Bucket] #13558723 05/15/20 01:58 PM
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Thanks for the suggestions, we tried the crushed cracker recipe las night and it was ok, but probably won't do it again. Good suggestions above!

Re: Baked Crappie Recipe [Re: Minner Bucket] #13558762 05/15/20 02:18 PM
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Louisiana fry mix , Parmesan cheese, 2 to 1 mix, and Cajun seasoning to taste,
A little olive oil in Pyrex dish. , 350 for 12 -14 minutes.


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Soak in heavy whipping cream with a tablespoon of worchestershire, crush up some crackers in a baggie with some salt, pepper and ranch dressing mix (the mix not ranch dressing), add about a half cup of fresh grated parmesan, toss a few filets at a time in and coat well with cracker / parm mix then lay on cookie sheet and sprinkle some more parmesan on top of each filet, drizzle with melted butter and put in oven at 300 till it starts to brown. great on most fish and chicken too.

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Originally Posted by CCBIRDDOGMAN
Soak in heavy whipping cream with a tablespoon of worchestershire, crush up some crackers in a baggie with some salt, pepper and ranch dressing mix (the mix not ranch dressing), add about a half cup of fresh grated parmesan, toss a few filets at a time in and coat well with cracker / parm mix then lay on cookie sheet and sprinkle some more parmesan on top of each filet, drizzle with melted butter and put in oven at 300 till it starts to brown. great on most fish and chicken too.



does that even taste like fish??????


I would agree with you , but then we would both be WRONG !!!!!
Re: Baked Crappie Recipe [Re: Minner Bucket] #13560294 05/16/20 05:31 PM
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Just got an email about this recipe:

It's a Free Magazine so it should not be an issue sharing.

https://crappienow.com/magazine/2020/04/22/kung-pao-crappie


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Re: Baked Crappie Recipe [Re: BJH ( JUST JIGGING)] #13562103 05/18/20 10:11 AM
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Originally Posted by BJH ( JUST JIGGING)
Originally Posted by CCBIRDDOGMAN
Soak in heavy whipping cream with a tablespoon of worchestershire, crush up some crackers in a baggie with some salt, pepper and ranch dressing mix (the mix not ranch dressing), add about a half cup of fresh grated parmesan, toss a few filets at a time in and coat well with cracker / parm mix then lay on cookie sheet and sprinkle some more parmesan on top of each filet, drizzle with melted butter and put in oven at 300 till it starts to brown. great on most fish and chicken too.



does that even taste like fish??????



Don't knock it till you've tried it. It's very good.

Re: Baked Crappie Recipe [Re: Minner Bucket] #13562261 05/18/20 01:15 PM
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This is what you need for Cajun seasoning. Don't over do it, it can be too spicy.

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