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Micro wave fish dish from Ana Banana Fishing Company Recipe

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Contributor:  
Captain Joel
Added: Tuesday, September 23, 2008

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Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
Take a fresh filet of fish and put it on a micro - wavable dish. Cut slices about one inch apart from each other against the grain of the fillet. The cuts should not go all the way through the filet only half way deep, just deep enough to make seasoning and butter canals on the top of the filet so the seasoning and butter can melt into the meat when cooking. After cutting channels on the top of the filet spread soft butter over the entire top of the filet and put extra butter in around the filet in the dish. You'll need to equally spread and sprinkle five items in this order on top of the filet.
#1 Lemon juice
#2 Lemon pepper
#3 Garlic salt
#4 Old Bay Seasoning
#5 Everglades Seasoning
Once you have those five items distributed evenly on the top of the filet, place a paper towel over the dish and cook it in the micro-wave for four or five minutes. Your filet should come out moist but flakey, and so good it will make you break dance. Below are the fish I've caught and made into a micro wave fish dish meal. The fish are listed in the order of "best tastin".
#1 Snook
#2 Cobia
#3 Snapper
#4 Permit
#5 Grouper
#6 Redfish
#7 Wahoo
#8 Dolphin
#9 Mackerel
#10 Black Drum

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The Micro - Wave Fish Dish is quick and easy. I gave directions up in the ingredients section. Hope that's ok. I'm a full time guide, but before guiding I was in the funeral business. I counseled so many families who were touched by Breast Cancer that When Captain Lori Deaton came to me and ask me if I was interested in making a difference and help with the Susan B.Coleman Breast Cancer Charity Tournament, I didn't even have to think twice about it. I'm glad to share my micro wave fish dish recipe with you. The recipe was invented more out of necessity than ingenuity, because I'd be fishing in some small town or country staying in a small hotel,motel,or resort with nothing but a micro wave in the room, and being the fish lover I am one time I was so hungry to try this Hog Snapper filet I had, I was either going to build a fire and cook it on a stick or put it in the micro wave. I picked the micro wave and to my surprise it was some of the best eating I've ever had. The micro wave does an excellent job cooking the fish perfectly even and keeps it moist and flakey. Any questions about the recipe or for charter information please call me toll free at 877-SNOOK-ON (766-6566).

 

 

 

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