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    Re: Your *one* fav bottom fish recipe that ISN'T FRIED

    Try this with halibut. Lay out strips of thick bacon. Slice halibut to the length of the bacon, a little wider and about 1/8" thick. Lay the slice on top of the bacon and brush some teriyaki sauce on it. Place a 1 1/2" length of asparagus on one end and roll it up then slide onto a skewer. You should be able to place about 3-4 of the halibut roll-ups on each skewer. Place on hot grill for a few minutes, brush more teriyaki sauce and turn over. It's pretty good.

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    Re: Your *one* fav bottom fish recipe that ISN'T FRIED

    Rockfish is good any which way you cook it if you ask me. Steamed, Sauteed, or baked, its still awesome with butter and herbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seon View Post
    Speaking of which, I have a friend who takes a couple of Rockfish to a Chinese restaurant and have them steam/cook them. He gives a couple to the restaurant and pays minimal fee for cooking.
    I love steamed Rockfish, we had a Ranch 99 about a mile away from where we lived in Quail Run on the north end of Fremont. They had some great stuff and you could put in an order and come back in about an hour with it ready to take home. There was also a great PHO place in that shopping center too......Jetspray
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    Re: Your *one* fav bottom fish recipe that ISN'T FRIED

    Quote Originally Posted by Vash View Post
    Chinese steamed fish.
    Speaking of which, I have a friend who takes a couple of Rockfish to a Chinese restaurant and have them steam/cook them. He gives a couple to the restaurant and pays minimal fee for cooking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vash View Post
    cod! hit it fast and hard in a rocket hot skillet. then put it into a 400 deg oven to finish. top with an herb butter to finish. whoa..
    I do that as well, but I have moved to using conductive heat for the temps. You can regulate it better and you can even spray in EVO and put a little of that butter with it. Less calories and I think a better taste. I am a rub fan and do not use many ketchup based sauces. The sprayers I use can accommodate a variety of oils, vinegars, wine or beer even. Very fine mist and better coverage. For instance if you cook in oil and like that taste of that oil you are using, with the sprayer you control how much you apply. Very good stuff.....Jetspray


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    Re: Your *one* fav bottom fish recipe that ISN'T FRIED

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    I have some Alaskan black rock fish, king salmon, and halibut that my friend gave me. I will probably use the air fryer or the Traeger on them soon (vacuum packed in the freezer).Jetspray
    cod! hit it fast and hard in a rocket hot skillet. then put it into a 400 deg oven to finish. top with an herb butter to finish. whoa..

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAL.NDN View Post
    Pan sear that Alaska black cod in butter jet spray that chit is bomb.
    Thanks for the suggestion, still need to think it over. I use mostly rubs on my fish & game, sometimes poach fish like trout in white wine and herbs (fresh from my wife's aero gardens (she has two of them)).Jetspray
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    Pan sear that Alaska black cod in butter jet spray that chit is bomb.

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    I have some Alaskan black rock fish, king salmon, and halibut that my friend gave me. I will probably use the air fryer or the Traeger on them soon (vacuum packed in the freezer).Jetspray
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    Re: Your *one* fav bottom fish recipe that ISN'T FRIED

    Salt and pepper to taste, then into a very light flour dredge. Into a hot pan with a little olive oil, sear to color. Then take a single spoonful of lime marmalade and glaze the fish with it. It is SO BOMB. This recipe was learned from Frozendog off PFIC

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