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Salsa Striper Recipe

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Mike Ferrara


1 filet of Striped Bass ( caught or purchased)
1 small Vidalia onion
1 green pepper
2 tbsp. of extra virgin olive oil
1 tbsp. of minced garlic ( fresh is best, but dried minced can be used)
1 small jar of mild/medium salsa
A shake of salt
A shake of black pepper
Aluminum foil

1st you must rip off a good size piece of aluminum foil, enough to wrap the fish and veggies loosely with the fish being placed the long way on the foil, creating a pan.

Oil the foil in the middle where you are going to place the fish.

Place the fish, place a layer of salsa over the fish, a layer of thinly sliced onion and green peppers.

Add more salsa on top of the veggies, the minced garlic, shake in salt and pepper.

Fold up the side edges over the fish and seal along with the short sides and seal loosely.

You want to create a pan to hold in all the liquid as it cooks.

Place foil packet on a grill that has been heated to 350 F. Check after 15-20 minutes and make sure you see steam coming out.

Open the top end of foil a little to let some of the steam out as it cooks for another 10-15 minutes but not letting the juices pour out.

Open foil while on grill enough to check the fish and make sure it is flaking apart and veggies are cooked.

Take the foil packet off the grill and slide out on your favorite oval plate.

Bada Bing! Enjoy!

Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
One of the advantages of living in Rhode Island is that we are able to harvest from our waters the abundant sea life that exists for our dining pleasure. I not only enjoy eating fish I enjoy catching it.

There is nothing more relaxing and time-worthy than fishing with friends. We not only have a blast catching Striped Bass we also take pleasure in discussing our recipes together and enjoy dining on the fruits of our labor. One of my favorite ways to cook Striped Bass is on the grill. Of course, you have to go out and catch a legal limit striper 1st in order to cook this recipe, fresh fish is the only way to eat fish!

Once you have caught the fish you need to fillet it, debone it, and skin it.

Obviously, you can purchase the fish at your local fish market to make this dish.




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