Fish Recipes

Tuna with Spicy Orange Glaze

Close your eyes and picture a big, thick hunk of really fresh tuna sizzling on a hot grill over a white-hot bed of coals. Flip it over to reveal the checkerboard pattern of grill marks. Just before you take it off the heat, brush on a sweet and spicy sauce. Give it a minute or…

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Southwestern Salmon OR Tuna Burger with Cilantro Lime Mayo

When you’ve trimmed the tuna loins and don’t want to waste what’s left, try this great recipe for tuna burgers with lots of spicy flavor. You can also use salmon. You’ll need a food processor for best results. For a great spicy seasoning, try Hi Mountain Seasonings in Fajita or Cajun. Yum. Print Recipe Southwestern…

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Grilled Tuna with a Spicy Honey Lime Glaze

Grilled tuna is my favorite way to prepare tuna – I mainly love the look of the grill marks on the fish. Keep your eye on the tuna when it’s grilling. The honey will cause it to burn easily. If it starts to flame up, scoot it off to one side where it’s not so…

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Spicy Asian Tuna Burger with Wasabi Mayo

Many folks waste a good portion of their caught tuna. They save the center loins and discard some pretty tasty meat. The trim around the choicest parts can be made into these great tuna burgers. Avoid the very dark flesh and blood lines. Print Recipe Spicy Asian Tuna Burger with Wasabi Mayo Ingredients2 pounds fresh…

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Grilled Albacore Sandwich

OK, from the title of the recipe, it doesn’t sound like much, but what if I called it, “Grilled Fresh Albacore, Sweet Onion and Pepper Sandwich with Melted Fontina Cheese, Shredded Lettuce and Garlic Mayonnaise”? Sound better? Good! This recipe begs for a really cold beer. Print Recipe Grilled Albacore Sandwich Ingredients4 4- ounce tuna…

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Grilled Albacore with Peach Salsa

Southerners might be surprised to learn that California, not Georgia, produces more peaches than any other U.S. state. Oh sure, the South is long on peanuts, but whose ever heard of Goober Salsa? This recipe works well with any fruit in season – whatever looks good in market. The salsa is great on any fish,…

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Tuna with Sesame Ginger Dipping Sauce

Buy your sesame seeds in the Asian or Hispanic section of your market. Sesame seeds are much cheaper there than in the spice section. Watch this Sporting Chef show from season one on cooking yellowtail to help you cook your tuna. Check your local listings for The Sporting Chef on Sportsman Channel Print Recipe Tuna…

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Duck and Smoked Oyster Appetizer

A campside specialty of Devin Grundy, owner of Grundy Concrete in Folsom, CA.  Devin’s recipes aren’t too exact, but they don’t really need to be.  This one is so simple and so very good! But a good canned smoked oyster – you get what you pay for. Print Recipe Duck and Smoked Oyster Appetizer Ingredients4…

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Fish with Citrus Zest

This dish is best prepared with a zester. That’s a kitchen tool that peels away the outer layer of the fruit without digging deep into the bitter, white pith. You can also use an ordinary vegetable peeler and carefully peel away the outer colored akin of the lemon, lime and orange. When browning fish, place…

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