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    Catfish recipes.....?

    Was wanting to try something different for catfish. Usually I soak in buttermilk then bread in a mixture of flour, salt and pepper.

    Anyone have any good catfish recipes they would care to share?

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    marinade in italian dressing for a bit then throw them on the grill.
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    Poach with saki, drizzle with ponzu and maybe sesame oil, garnish with thin sliced spring onion.

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    Instead of flour, bread in med-coarse ground cornmeal and fry. Toast some pecans in butter, and top fried catfish with the pecans & butter & a squeeze of lime.
    Now is not the time to bother me. And it's always now. Wiley Miller

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    Try any classic trout dish with catfish. I particularly like catfish almandine. Classy and trashy at the same time.

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    Nice....

    You guys are making me hungry now. Going to have guests over for catfish. Think I'll try a couple of different recipes suggested and let them weigh in on what they liked best. Kind of a catfish medley!

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    Brown butter citronette with toasted almond slivers.

    BB Citro:
    6 oz oj
    4 oz lemon juice
    2 oz lime juice
    2 lbs butter
    1 tbsp dijon mustard
    salt to taste
    (obviously you'll want to make less if making at home)

    Brown your butter
    While that's browning, juice your citrus and put it in a blender/robo
    Add mustard to blender
    When your butter's done, transfer & let it sit for approx. 5 min to cool slightly
    Turn blender on, slowly add butter to emulsify
    Add salt to taste

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    marinade in plain yellow mustard and some cayenne hot sauce or tobasco(preferably something cheaper). dredge in a batter made of equal parts corn meal, corn flour, and white flour plus seasonings. trust me on the yellow mustard marinade. im born and raised in the dirty south, and this is how so many do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by labor of love View Post
    marinade in plain yellow mustard and some cayenne hot sauce or tobasco(preferably something cheaper). dredge in a batter made of equal parts corn meal, corn flour, and white flour plus seasonings. trust me on the yellow mustard marinade. im born and raised in the dirty south, and this is how so many do it.
    oh, i left out the most essential part! Fry in oil around 345-350 degrees! sorry if that wasnt obvious, but this wasnt like a shake and bake recipe.

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    No mention of blackened catfish?

    Blackening Spice:
    1 tbsp ground basil
    1 tbsp ground thyme
    1 tbsp garlic
    1 tbsp white pepper
    1 tbsp black pepper
    1 tbsp sea salt
    1 tbsp onion powder
    2 tbsp cayenne pepper
    1 tbsp paprika

    Or just buy some pre-made. Famed Dom DeLuise doppelganger Chef Paul Prudhomme will gladly sell you some.

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