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    Re: Special Sturgeon Recipes?

    Roland that sounds really good I will have to try that this year thanks for the recipe

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    Re: Special Sturgeon Recipes?

    Hey folks, if you accidentally burn it, you can tell everyone its' "blackened" sturgeon. ;D
    Leaving to D3 for deer. Have a safe time on the water everyone.

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    Re: Special Sturgeon Recipes?

    8)when you and Inno come up , we will cook some . 8)

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    Re: Special Sturgeon Recipes?

    Catch a fish, have your buddy clean it. Take a fillet up to the bow, light the bbq, throw it on and drink a beer or two. return to the bow and flip. Drink anouther beer, check bait and return to the grill. Remove sit down and eat ;D Check bait

    SS,
    Thats the best recipe I ever heard of! ;) Fish and cook, cant beat that combo. ;D

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    Catch a fish, have your buddy clean it. Take a fillet up to the bow, light the bbq, throw it on and drink a beer or two. return to the bow and flip. Drink anouther beer, check bait and return to the grill. Remove sit down and eat ;D Check bait ::)

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    Re: Special Sturgeon Recipes?

    Quote Originally Posted by fishrman4life
    Now that I have a surplus of sturgeon meat, I need recipes on how to cook it. What does sturgeon meat taste like? If you can, please give me a few good recipes on how to prepare it to taste the best. If you can, please give alternative seasonings if the recipe requires fresh herbs. Thanks fellas,

    F4L
    Asked Inno. ;D them flips makes Adobo outta of em ;D j/k.

    here's my recipe.

    1/2 can of Contadina Bread Crumbs you can add Paprika, cayenne pepper as well if desired. remember the Salsa alone is Really HOT"spicy"
    2 jars of La Victoria Red Salsa Extra Hot

    Cut Sturgeon Steaks 1" by 1" and about 3-4" in length
    Marinate the steaks in La Victoria Red Salsa Extra Hot for 24hours

    Roll the steaks in Contadina Bread Crumbs and deep fry in 320 degrees for 3-4minutes
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    Re: Special Sturgeon Recipes?

    My favorite way to do sturgeon is scampi style!

    Melt a stick of butter in a pan over medium heat and throw in 4-5 minced garlic. Add a hit of olive oil to the melting butter.

    Cut your sturgeon into bite-sized pieces and throw them into the mixture along with some fresh parsley (dried parsley is ok too).

    Cook until all of the cubes have turned white - turn down the heat to low and let simmer for 5-10 minutes or so depending on the size of the sturgeon chunks.

    Before you pull pan from the heat, throw in a 1/4 cup of white wine. You're done once all the simmering subsides.

    Serve with white rice, veggies, and some garlic bread. You're set!

    later,
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    Re: Special Sturgeon Recipes?

    Sorry Donzi,
    That message was for Fisfrman4life.

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    Re: Special Sturgeon Recipes?

    P.S. It should NOT be fishy tasting!! That's what I get for not reading it first!!
    Sal

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    Re: Special Sturgeon Recipes?

    Donzi,
    Try steaking it. Make sure it is skinned and all the dark meat is off of it. Dip the steaks in some egg and then dip them in some bread crumbs w/italian seasoning. in the frying pan they go. Probably two minutes each side or until tender. The secret to cooking fish to not overcook it. It should be fishy tasting and almost taste a pork chop. Excellent eating. Good luck!!

    Sal

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