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Old 01-08-2006, 04:14 PM   #11
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Alix,
Can I substitute anything for the whiskey? We ran out of it and we're down to tequilla, rum and brandy...EEK! Those probably wouldn't work, huh? Does the alcohol make the fish a bit milder? Is the flavor of trout pretty close to salmon? I'm a big fan of mild tasting fish like basa, cod and tilapia although I love tuna...WEIRD.

Gretchen,
Your Ponzu sauce sounds pretty good to me. Thanks for posting it. I've always wanted to try some Asian chile sauce. I'll make sure to get it next time.
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Old 01-09-2006, 03:28 PM   #12
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Um...you could maybe use bourbon, but the brandy is too expensive to waste that way and the others have a very different flavour to them. Trout is similar to salmon in flavour. It is a stronger, oilier fish than the others you mention. We actually prefer that though. (OK all but Kate) For the milder fish (basa, pickerel etc) I just do them either in garlic butter, or sprinkle them with parmesan and drizzle olive oil on them and bake them in the oven. I'm boring I know. LOL
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You're not boring. The simplest things are the best. I got me some salmon and tilapia today. Will be cooking the salmon with some kind of liquor and garlic butter, parmesan and olive oil for the tilapia.
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Quick and Easy sauce for Tilapia

This is so simple and fast.. just stir it together and pour it over your fish before you cook it. I bake my tilapia with this.

Old Bay Butter Sauce

1/4 c white wine
1/4 c melted butter
1 tb old bay seasoning
1/2 ts tarragon leaves
1 lb fish

Sometimes I'm out of tarragon and this tastes just fine without it and I also sometimes swap the old bay for Cavenders, it's an all purpose greek seasoning I like.
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Old 02-24-2006, 04:07 PM   #15
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the first thing that came to mind was "how about a nice italian cheese sauce and pasta?"

only kidding. i'm going home now...
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Old 02-24-2006, 04:09 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Gretchen
This is a terrific sauce for all kinds of seafood, especially shrimp and salmon
Ponzu sauce
2 TBS lime or grapefruit juice
2 TBS soy sauce
2 TBS orange or tangerine juice
2 tbs vegetable oil
2 TBS brown sugar
1/2 tsp (or more) Asian chile sauce
1 TBS grated ginger root
1 clove garlic, minced
1/4C chopped basil or cilantro
Ponzu sauce rocks!
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