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Recipes for stripers #14337030 04/07/22 12:34 PM
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Caught a few and looking for suggestions on a recipe

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Cut the red meat from the middle of the fillet and fry the fillets in corn meal with a liberal amount of Tony C and call it good.

The red meat on a striped fillet can make it taste a bit strong.


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My kids love this…



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Re: Recipes for stripers [Re: 572Fitter] #14340271 04/11/22 04:56 AM
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My guide friends marinate theirs in sprite…



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Re: Recipes for stripers [Re: 572Fitter] #14340272 04/11/22 05:01 AM
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Put the striper on a cedar plank, cook it on a grill until the fish is pretty well done, when finished throw the fish away and eat the cedar plank. Moral of the story, I wouldn’t feed a striper, hybrid, or sandbass to my dog. They are NASTY, I don’t care how much red meat you remove, how much you soak it in milk, hot sauce, use a special fish fry, doesn’t matter, they are disgusting.

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I see him struggling with the meat sticking to the grill and there is an easy way to stop that sticking if you take some wax paper and after the grill is hot wipe the grill with the wax paper and the food will not stick.

Just saying,

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Re: Recipes for stripers [Re: 572Fitter] #14340647 04/11/22 05:39 PM
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Cut out all red meat. Big pot with boiling water, salt and crab boil. Bring to a boil, add fish, let come back to boil then kill heat. Let soak 10 minutes. Serve with cocktail sauce, melted butter, and some Old Bay seasoning. Quick, cheap, and healthy. The Guides here (Texoma) call it Texoma lobster. Works best with bigger fish fillets.

It is perfectly fine fried like any other fish as long as red meat was taken out prior to freezing and/or cooking.

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To minimize having alot of red meat. Bleed them out right away when you catch them. Thank me later.

Re: Recipes for stripers [Re: 572Fitter] #14340768 04/11/22 07:58 PM
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If you leave the skin on, you can do Striper on the half shell, better than redfish , IMHO.

Just like redfish , when it is done , flake off the white meat , leave the red flesh on the skin. Make Tacos.


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SUPERB if kept cold,cleaned properly and all red removed. A recipe most can’t get enough of is melt butter and sour cream together in a “white sauce” lay the fish fillets down in a baking pan lightly coat in sauce then cover with Parmesan and panko
Bake 375 for 20-25 min then broil the top brown
It is very good


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Originally Posted by iluvfishin
To minimize having alot of red meat. Bleed them out right away when you catch them. Thank me later.



If only someone would make a video to show how to do this.


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Originally Posted by Mo
If you leave the skin on, you can do Striper on the half shell, better than redfish , IMHO.

Just like redfish , when it is done , flake off the white meat , leave the red flesh on the skin. Make Tacos.


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This is the funniest thing I’ve read in a very long time. I suppose everyone has different tastebuds, but this is stretch to me.

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Originally Posted by Mckinneycrappiecatcher
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If you leave the skin on, you can do Striper on the half shell, better than redfish , IMHO.

Just like redfish , when it is done , flake off the white meat , leave the red flesh on the skin. Make Tacos.


MO

This is the funniest thing I’ve read in a very long time. I suppose everyone has different tastebuds, but this is stretch to me.



Just for the record , I don't eat striper or redfish. smile smile

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Originally Posted by Mo
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If you leave the skin on, you can do Striper on the half shell, better than redfish , IMHO.

Just like redfish , when it is done , flake off the white meat , leave the red flesh on the skin. Make Tacos.


MO

This is the funniest thing I’ve read in a very long time. I suppose everyone has different tastebuds, but this is stretch to me.



Just for the record , I don't eat striper or redfish. smile smile

MO

Maybe with freshwater fish I got spoiled on crappie and walleye, saltwater fish on trout and reds. When it comes to freshwater fish, I think I’d go hungry before I ate a true bass species other than a yellow bass. Sandbass, striper, and hybrids are just gross to me, I’ve tried every recipe in the world and I can’t find something that tastes good. When it comes to freshwater fish, walleye, crappie, black bass, catfish, and drum are all better than striper or sandies to me.

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