Friday, August 10, 2007

Camping Fish Recipes - Cooking Your Catch

Camping and fishing travel together like jambon and eggs. After you make clean and intestine your catch, seek one of these simple camping fish recipes. I have got a fish formula from each category: 1) Easy, 2) Weird, 3) Artery-clogging and finally, 4) Healthy.

Easy: Tin Foil Rainbow Trout

- fresh trout, any kind

- 1 tablespoonful butter

- salt and pepper

- 1 little onion, sliced

- Bacon pieces (optional)

Leaving the fish whole, material the interiors with butter, salt and pepper, and as many onions as volition fit. Wrap each fish with 1-2 bacon pieces if your bosom desires. Topographic Point stuffed trout on buttered foil and wrapper up tightly to trap the moisture. Topographic Point over achromatic hot coals for 7-10 minutes.

Weird: Broiled Catfish in Coffee Butter

(I cognize you'll be skeptical, but this formula is from the, it is very good.)

- 1 tablespoonful lemon juice

- 1 tablespoonful blink of an eye java powder

- 1/4 cup melted butter or margarine

- 1/4 teaspoon onion powder

- 1/2 teaspoon salt

- 2 lbs mudcat fillets

Combine lemon juice, instantaneous coffee, butter, onion pulverization and salt. Brush mixture thickly onto fillets. Grillroom on a SPAM-sprayed campfire grating for 10 minutes.

Turn and brushwood fish again with sauce. Grillroom 10 proceedings longer or until fish snowflakes easily.

Heart-Clogging: Beer Battered Fish

- 1 1/4 degree Centigrade packaged biscuit mix

- 3/4 degree Centigrade beer

- 1 egg

- 1/4 tsp salt

- 4 fresh fish filet

- cookery oil

Beat together biscuit mix, beer, egg and salt. Pat fish to dry. Dip in hitter to coat both sides. Roger Fry in hot oil in frying pan for 4 to 5 proceedings on each side or until done.

Healthy: Steamed Fish with Veggies

- fish fillets

- little potatoes

- 1 medium Vidalia or any Sweet onion, sliced thin

- 2 chaffs of celery, chopped

- 1 medium tomato, chopped

- salt and pepper

- 1 tsp Mrs. Dash Allium sativum and herbaceous plant seasoning

- salad dressing (optional)

Place fish balls on top of heavy-duty tin foil. Pile veggies on fish and season with the salt and pepper. Topographic Point a salad dressing on fish and vegetables. Italian is best, but Ranch, Raspberry, or some other favourite will work also. Wrap tightly and cook over a campfire for 15 to 20 minutes.

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