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    I love spanish makerel but my wife doesn't. The only way she likes them is deep fried. Does anyone have any different baking and grilling recipes?

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    Nov 2010

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    Try marinating in Italian Dressing and then you can either grill them or pan saute them. I put some olive oil and butter together in the pan and then cook it quick. I seems to taste 'heavier' if you cook it a little too long.

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    Dec 2006

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    I make fish cakes out of them. I bake the fillets and flake the meat and mix with Zatarans fish breading, add a couple of eggs make patties then bake them. I usually have more than I can eat at on time so I freeze them. I put them on cookie sheet in the freezer just until frozen, then I vacum pack 4-6 cakes in each pack. When I want to eat them I thaw them out and put them on a panni press, fryinf pan and brown them . Use just enough of the breader to hold together . We love them.

    FAAN, Always choosing the lesser of two evils still choosing evil.......:Jerry Garcia

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    Japanese Ginger Fish

    I got this recipe from a chef at a Scuba Diving conference in the mid 1980's in Raleigh. Folks who don't like fish will eat this. I've seen it many times and have prepared it with much success.

    Firm fish fillets. I bet spanish would be great. Tallapia is an excellent choice when nothing is biting. Sea Mullet would be awesome!

    Mix a marinade of white wine1/2 cup, soy sauce1/2 cup, prepared (wet) garlic 1 heaping tablespoon, and ginger root sliced and bruised a bit 1 heaping tablespoon.

    Marinate fish for no more than 30 min. Let em drip off a bit, woody stuff too, then shake em up in PURE Corn Starch...nothing else. Fry them quickly in peanut oil and serve hot, with rice and a light stir fry. You will very likely enjoy this. Most people do. It tends to leave your kitchen smelling fragrant for a while though. I'm not sure why it generates more aroma than other recipes but it does. Sho is fine eatin!
    Relay 4 Life
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    Sep 2005
    Sneads Ferry

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    Thanks for the recipes guys. Can't wait to try them.

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    Apr 2005

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    Here's a recipe for grilled Mackerel:

    1 Spanish Mackerel, cleaned and split. Place fish in a container (about 9 by 13 in.) and pour the ginger-soy sauce (recipes follow) over the fish. Marinate about 30 minutes; turn once.

    To make the Ginger Soy marinade, in a small bowl, combine 1/3 cup soy sauce with 1 tablespoon mirin (Japanese sweet rice wine) or sherry, 1 clove garlic (minced or pressed), and 2 tablespoons grated fresh ginger.

    Lift fish from sauce (set sauce aside) and place on grill about 6 inches above a solid bed of hot coals. Cook until well browned on one side, about 10 minutes depending on thickness of the fish. Turn and cook until brown on second side, basting several times with reserved sauce. Season to taste with salt and pepper.

    Here's an alternative marinade if you don't like Soy-Ginger or you just want to change it up; Lemon-garlic marinade: in a small bowl, combine 1/3 cup lemon juice, 1 large clove garlic (minced or pressed), 1 tablespoon olive oil or salad oil, and 1/2 teaspoon dry oregano leaves.

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