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7/17/11 4:52 AM
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Ceviche


Take a piece of FRESH Wahoo, Mahi or tuna and slice it into thin strips about 1/8" thick and cut the strips into 1" pieces.
Chop about a half a small red onion into small pieces.
Chop up about 2 hot chili peppers - the hotter the better, habenaro will work.
Chop up a hand full of cilantro.
Chunk all of this into a glass bowl and squeeze the juice of 3 lemons over it. Mix well, cover and refrigerate for at least 3 hours - over night is better.
Thats it.
7/17/11 4:53 AM
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Macademia Nut Mahi Mahi

5 ounces (about 1 1/4 cups) coarsely ground, roasted macadamia nuts
1/2 cup panko (Japanese-style bread crumbs)
2 tablespoons all-purpose flour
1/4 cup butter, melted
Vegetable oil, for brushing foil
4 (6 to 8-ounce) mahi mahi fillets
Kosher salt and pepper
2 tablespoons coconut milk

Preheat oven to 425 degrees F. In a medium bowl, stir together the nuts, panko, flour, and butter. Set aside.

Place a piece of aluminum foil on a baking sheet and brush it liberally with vegetable oil. Place the mahi mahi on the foil and sprinkle each fillet with salt and pepper on both sides. Bake for 5 minutes. Remove from the oven and brush each fillet with the coconut milk. Divide the nut mixture among the tops of the 4 fillets, patting the mixture to spread and adhere to the fillets. Return to the oven and bake for 5 to 10 minutes, or until the crust is golden brown.

Remove from the oven and allow to stand 10 minutes before serving.
7/17/11 5:00 AM
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Edited: 07/17/11 5:03 AM
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Mahi Mahi Tacos

follow this recipe to the T!!

2lb fish fillet
1/2 c flour: 3/4 flour
2 eggs seperated
1/2tbsp garlic salt
1tsp oregano
1/2 black pepper
1/4 tsp cayenne pepper
3/4 can of beer (nothing fancy)
2 c canola oil
18 corn tortillas
1/2 medium head of cabbage finely shredded

cut fish into strips, 2inches wide 3 inches ling. roll teh 1/2 c flour, dust off excess... sed aside while mixing batter.

beat together egg yolds , seasoning, beer and 3/4 flour until well blended.. whisk egg yolks until they resemble soft whipped cream.. then fold gently into batter. set aside.

heat oil in flat bottomed wok or cast iron skillet. dip flowered fish pieces in the beer batter and carefully slip into hot oil. fry until fish turns a deep gold, turning so it browns evenly.

remove fish and place on paper towel.

fry corn tortillas in oil for a few minutes on each side. place on paper towel to drain. (flour if needed)

to serve, place fish in a tortilla and top with shredded cabbage and salsa blanca..

to prepare salsa blanca do as follows.
make white sauce before you make batter and put it in the fridge..


mix together yogurt and mayo. stir in fresh lime juice until consistency is slightly runny. season with jalapeno, capers, oregano, cumin, dill and cayenne.

add the blanco on the tacos and enjoy

edit... about 2-3 lbs of fish used.
7/17/11 5:03 AM
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Tuna Burgers.

I prefer yellowfin.

Burgers:

1 good size tuna fillet minced
3 strips of bacon (precook if you dont like it chewey)
1/2 onion
1/2 lemon juiced
1 tbsp parsley
1 tbsp garlic powder
1 tbsp chives
1/2 tbsp olive oil
salt/pepper

dressing

1/2 cup mayo
1/2 lemon juiced
1 tbsp parsley
1/2 chives
1/2 tbsp garlic powder
1/2 tsp olive oil

Pat burgers out, put some olive in frying pan to coat. fry burgers until golden brown.

toast buns

when burgers are done add hot pepper cheese on top.

add dressing to buns.
10/21/11 8:42 AM
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I fucking love ceviche.
10/25/11 5:05 PM
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Dang, Byrd....I don't know whether to call you a blaspheming heretic for the way you prepare the best tasting fish on the planet or beg for you to take me fishing. Anyone who'd turn yellowfin into burgers or wahoo into ceviche must catch a lot of fish. You probably feed cobia and snook to your dog and use triple tail for chum? :) <br /><br />Those are all great recipes that I've used store bought tilapia and catfish for...I'm saving the good fish for the grill with some lemon butter.
10/29/11 1:48 AM
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we tend to catch a bunch of fish here and get bored of the same ol cooking techniques so we try different things.

you need to try the tuna burgers, i think you will like them.
11/1/11 9:07 AM
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I am gonna try the burgers. It sounds really good. The minced fish will stick together in a patty? No need for breadcrumbs or panko?

Here's one I like with store-bought salmon or steelhead:

- skin side down in baking dish
- coat meat with thin layer of mayonaise
- top mayo with whatever you like for seasoning (i use chopped onions, tomatoes, minced garlic and some lemon or lime juice)
- bake uncovered for 20 mins at 375 or until done

The mayo keeps the fish really moist. It works on the grill, too.
11/4/11 7:01 PM
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yeah the fish will stick together withouth crumbs, just be gentle when flipping them.

dont use canned tuna for the recipe though. gotta be fresh fillets.
3/18/12 9:29 PM
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I will have to try the tuna burger's, we have fresh tuna at least once a week but I coat steaks in herbs and sear to mid-rare.
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