Fish Recipes

Wasabi and Sesame Salmon Balls

Just enough wasabi to know it’s in there, but not so much that it overpowers the salmon. As always, any wild salmon, preferably fresh, is better than farm-raised. Our Wasabi and Sesame Salmon Balls have just enough wasabi to know it’s in there, but not so much that it overpowers the salmon.

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Marinated Grilled Fish

This marinade also works well with whole body fish or large fillets. If your fish tends to stick to grill, you’re not alone. To avoid fish stickage, make sure that your grill is clean, well-oiled and hot before placing any fish on the grates. If you rub your fish with some decent olive oil, it’ll improve…

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Bob Simms Favorite Fried Fish

A great twist on crusty, crunchy fried fish.  Cut fillets into 2 or 3 inch wide pieces and make sure that they’re bone dry and cold before starting the process. Keep the fillets wrapped in paper towels in the fridge until the oil is hot and you’re ready to fry.  Fish can either be deep-fried…

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How To Barbecue Fish

The Sporting Chef, Scott Leysath, puts some White Sea Bass on the Camp Chef barbeque box and teaches us just how simple it is to grill good fish. Leysath shares some great tips and tricks to barbecuing fish on the grill. Watch and learn, you won’t be disappointed. Things You’ll Need: Fish Olive Oil Hi…

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Grilled Tuna with Soy-Wasabi Glaze

Grilled Tuna with Soy-Wasabi Glaze

Super fresh, just-caught yellowfin/ahi tuna. It does get better than that, but it may not be legal in your state. When it is good and fresh, I rarely cook it at all. If you do cook it thoroughly, it will taste like the stuff in the can.

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