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Re: Recipes for stripers [Re: Mudshark] #14341280 04/12/22 12:28 PM
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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.


Plenty of videos on youtube.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oYK490TnFlw

Re: Recipes for stripers [Re: 572Fitter] #14341587 04/12/22 04:49 PM
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Best one is blackened Striper. Just use the recipe for blackened fish.



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Re: Recipes for stripers [Re: 572Fitter] #14341603 04/12/22 05:08 PM
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Fillets brushed with butter and covered in panko. bake at 350 degrees for 20-30 min. Comes out delicious. serve with buttered French bread and vegetables.


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Re: Recipes for stripers [Re: 572Fitter] #14342413 04/13/22 01:41 PM
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If one doesn't like the taste of Stripers, its the cook !!!

Re: Recipes for stripers [Re: gborg] #14342674 04/13/22 04:47 PM
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100% agree if cooked properly is amazing just like duck or goose.
if I'm feeling lazy the go to is tacos or striper alfredo. When I have time blackened striper with a white wine sauce and roasted veggies.

Re: Recipes for stripers [Re: 572Fitter] #14342719 04/13/22 05:14 PM
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I'll have to support Mo on his half-shell comment. I too was VERY surprised at how good grilled striper on the half shell tastes. I think Redfish is about as good as it gets and while a properly grilled striper doesn't quite meet the bar, it gets very close. The key is making sure you can flake the white meat off while avoiding the red meat.

Re: Recipes for stripers [Re: huntfish308] #14342894 04/13/22 08:34 PM
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Originally Posted by huntfish308
Fillets brushed with butter and covered in panko. bake at 350 degrees for 20-30 min. Comes out delicious. serve with buttered French bread and vegetables.


That sounds awesome! Will have to try it.


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Re: Recipes for stripers [Re: 572Fitter] #14342944 04/13/22 09:23 PM
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There are so many ways to cook stripers. My fam are not too picky about food (thank God) but they like striper over whites and hybrids. My chef wife filets fish with a manual knife cooks half shell, brushes the filets with her secret sauce and uses panko to oven bake also. All yummy! I do fish tacos, poboys, fish sandwiches for big fam gatherings and can't make them fast enough. Lol. We are so blessed Texoma is only 1 hr drive, with healthy striper population and i don't have to drive 5 hrs every year down to the coast for my-big-fish fix. Lol

Re: Recipes for stripers [Re: scubaarchery] #14343851 04/14/22 09:33 PM
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Re: Recipes for stripers [Re: gborg] #14343967 04/15/22 12:12 AM
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Originally Posted by gborg
If one doesn't like the taste of Stripers, its the cook !!!



Amen..............striper and hybrids are one of the best freshwater fish to eat.The simple removal of all red meat is all it takes or grilled on the half shell just avoiding the red meat.


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Re: Recipes for stripers [Re: 572Fitter] #14344056 04/15/22 01:39 AM
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When I used to target stripers and sandies, I would put them in a foil pan with melted butter and citrus juices and zest. My favorite would be orange zest and juice along with lemon juice, too. I would put lemon pepper or just black pepper and let them cook until opaque. I would take sprigs of rosemary and lAy them in the pan for flavor.
Anyone that says they don’t like striper or sandbass has never eaten it this way. It’s as good as any fish I’ve ever eaten.

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