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  Time to let sleeping Komodo Dragons lie, people. Let it go or continue on another site. This site is about fishing, all types, let's keep our comments directed to the subject at hand. Rule #1- the moderator has the right to censor all messages. Rule #2. If in doubt about any post, see Rule #1, Think of it as a question, Where does a 600 lb gorilla sleep? Anywhere he wants.
Now, back to fishing. I'm looking forward to some great night fishing at Pueblo Reservoir in southern Colorado when the warm weather finally arrives. I hear through the weekly fishing reports in the paper that the wipers, saugeyes, walleyes, bass and crappie are starting to hit shallow. Still too cold for the catfish to be stirring but it will shortly. I'll keep you posted. Nothing like fresh caught fish cooked over an open fire late in the evening. Anyone have any good recipes they'd like to share? Preferably anything with beer as one of the ingredients.


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Hello johnincolorado,
Good luck this weekend! Looking forward to hearing how the action was at Pueblo Reservoir. I'll see what I can dig up in the form of good open fire beer recipes.

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Add seasonings to flour or breadcrumbs such as salt, pepper, ms dash or red pepper.

Dip filets in mixture of eggs and beer (brand presently consuming), then dip fillets into breadcrumbs or flour. Dip again into batter, then again into powdered mixture.

Toss dipped fillets in skillet with onions and melted butter. The double dip will help keep some of the breading on, and keep in moisture.

Key is to use same beer as will be consumed before, during and after cooking...

Any fillets left, mail them to me..

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love that beer batter,
you should see my beer batter bellie. "ARG"
one cup of flower
one/half cup of cormeal
dash salt
dash pepper
one egg
dash suger
one 12oz beer. (any will do including non alcholic beer)

cook in a little butter or crisco, (have the catchup ready - opitional)

I like em on the grill using a dash of garlic salt pepper and a little real butter.
cant cook wm fast enogh for the kids. mm-mm-mmm-yummie

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Read this one on a health site. Mix one cup flower with one can of beer (your brand), mix well. Dip Fish in batter an fry in hot pan. The article said using beer in the batter doesn't let the high fat oils enter the fish.

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shaarphook glad to have ya on board

You are correct that in adding beer wine whisky to a recipe in fact will not help to reduce fat and oil in you fish.

Alcohol evaporates faster than water at lower temps. So cooking with it will not add alcohol to your diet. After the alcohol is gone what you have left are the herbs and spices that were used to flavor the hooch. (All of the alcohol will evaporate)

If you are worried about fat content you may want to not use a batter at all, you may want to try this;

In a skillet on low to medium heat if use wine or beer as a cooking oil, you will find that this will make your fish taste even sweeter. Many fancy restaurants use this on shrimp and baked fish quite a tastier dish. You will find that you will not need any seasonings this includes salt.

Fish from tainted waters like Michigan's great lakes and New York’s Hudson rivers this is the preferred method of cooking to allow the un wanted chemicals to leave the fish and not be trapped in the batter while leaving.

this by no means will remove all unwanted PCB's from fish so eat your catches in moderation.

For Michigan consumers, the state has published an in-depth consumption advisory every year for each species of fish and the suggested amounts for consumption for both men and women and children.


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