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  1. #21
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    Here's a fairly simple recipe for when you're out in the sticks, and it only has a couple of ingredients.

    a large fillet of mackeral or similar
    tin of coconut cream
    dried chilli flakes
    lemon

    First, put your coconut cream into a saucepan with enough chilli flakes to suit your taste, and simmer for long enough to make the cream thicken to the consistency of a nice gravy.

    Then, get your fillet (skin side down) and with a down then out motion, cut 10 to 15mm thick scallops of flesh from the fillet until you have enough for the troops.
    Throw the scallops of fish onto the barbie and squeeze the lemon over the top. The thinly cut flesh will cook fairly quick so a couple of minutes either side will be plenty.
    Then layer a few pieces on each plate and drizzle the sauce over the top and serve with vegies or chips and salad.
    It is probably more suited to your larger pelagics that can be a tad on the dry side, but is great with anything really.
    Quick, easy and tasty...

  2. #22
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    Salmon and Veggie Mornay

    Made a Salmon mornay last nite,beautiful!!!!!

    Get a good old whole Aussie Salmon,fillet it,salvage as much white meat as you can,give all the dark meat to your cat or re-freeze for berley.
    Cut all the white meat into bite size bits and soak in a bowl of milk for the day.It helps remove the strong flavour.
    Dinner Time
    In a saucepan bring to the boil a couple of chopped onions,2 carrots,a couple of cloves of garlic,when almost cooked add the Salmon.The idea is to poach it for 5 mins or so.
    When poached now add a couple of diced chillis,capsicum,zucchini,celery and sweetcorn,only need a minute or so.Pour into collander and run cold water over to stop fish cooking.
    Make a cheese sauce,I add sweet chilli sauce,curry powder and itallian herbs.
    In a baking tray combine all the ingredients and top with Kellogs crumies.Bake@ 160deg for around 20mins.Serve with rice or pasta.
    It was one of the best mornays Ive tasted!!!
    Would have added prawns squid and scallops if I had some!!!!
    Andrew
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  3. #23
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    ray flaps

    had another tasty feed of ray wings tonight.
    Just a little home made lemon pepper rub and cubed ray wings pan fried, great stuff.
    If you havent tried ray wings they are great the only downfall is they are a bit of a b#*ch to skin.
    The end result though is about 10kg of sweet meat from the average size ray.
    The meat isnt strong for those that dont like strong fish. The kids love it.

  4. #24
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    Ceviche

    I made a Ceviche last nite,wow,impressed me.Just had leftovers for lunch,even better as the flavours had melded even more.
    I got 2 saddletail snapper fillets,and cubed them.Threw them into a glass bowl with thinly sliced fresh onion and garlic,poured a bottle of Coles lime juice over the lot.Left it in the fridge for 3 hours,mixing it several times.Later I removed the fish/onions/garlic from the juice,fish was "cooked" and quite tasty.
    Next I chopped up an avocado and 2 large tomatoes and put them in the lime juice.Left them for an hour then drained the juice off/discarded it.
    Then mixed the tomato/avocado and fish mix with 1 small can of premium coconut cream.Drizzle sweet chilli sauce over the top before serving.
    IT WAS LOVERLY.
    Next time I will add prawns and squid.I will put a couple of red chillis in(recipe called for this,I didn't have any).I think cucumber would go really well with the tomatoes/avocado too.
    Will be making this on my upcoming camping trip
    Andrew
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