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    Quote Originally Posted by ericb327 View Post
    That looks GOOD....... I gotta try that
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    Made this last night! Best fish I've ever had!

    Baked Trout in Parchment « Truality Bar and Grill
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    For to win one hundred victories in one hundred battles is not the acme of skill. To subdue the enemy without fighting is the acme of skill. (Sun Tzu) The Art of War

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    Sometimes, I just filter my own urine and drink that.....what?....it saves money so I can buy more ammo.

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    The Moules Frites Recipe looks great, will have to give it a try.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ppkheat View Post
    Blackened Salmon

    Ok, I do this quite often here, and it just so happens I did it this evening. This is more of a process than a recipe.

    Get some good quality salmon filets, just like steaks you get what you pay for. Take a plate and pour in a splash of grapeseed oil or olive oil. Set the salmon in the oil then flip it over so both sides get oiled. Sprinkle one side with some sort of blackening seasoning. It's not a big deal what type you use, in fact tonight I just used a dry "Hog Rub" made for pork. It really doesn't matter, but you need one side of that salmon with a thick coat so it forms a crust against the heat. Pour it on pretty thick, at least to the point where you can't really see but a heavy sprinkle of seasoning on that one fish side. Use a cast iron frying pan and pour a good splash of grapeseed oil or olive oil in it. Put the pan on the stove burner, wait until it gets around 500 degrees.

    Lay the salmon pieces in the pan with the seasoned side down. Cook that side for about 2 minutes, then turn it over and cook the over side for a bit less, maybe a minute to a minute and a half for the unseasoned side. The smoke alarm sometimes goes off at this point. Also, don't freak out, but you'll see the seasoned side will look black and burned when you turned it over, don't worry about that either, it'll taste fine. Now put the cast iron pan with the salmon directly into a pre heated oven at about 400 degrees for 20 minutes. If you like your salmon "rarer" you'll have to adjust your cooking times less.

    We usually serve it with freshly cooked spinach, some other saute'd vegetables, maybe garlic mashed potatoes and of course, french bread.

    Be careful when you initially lay the salmon in that hot pan, you might get popped with a little hot oil, and be careful when you transfer it to the oven, the handle on that cast iron pan will be plenty hot.

    Dill goes well with salmon. You can mix some freshly crushed dill with sour cream to put on your blackened salmon.

    The attached photo shows the two blackened sides and the unblackened side of one.
    I made a salmon steak this way last weekend. I used good olive oil and Old Bay Seasoning. It came out beautifully.

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    Great recipes everyone ( except for yours ddclancy )

    I'm not a great cook but I do ok. Here's an easy recipe that everyone really likes. I love crock pot recipes so I have a lot of good ones.


    Chicken Tortilla Soup

    4 Cups water
    2 large boneless chicken breasts

    Simmer chicken in water for about 20 minutes…remove and shred (don’t throw out the water)
    Return shredded chicken to water and add:

    2 Tbsp. chicken bouillon (low sodium)
    2 tsp. McCormick’s Fajita seasoning
    1 med chopped onion
    1 large (28 oz) can crushed tomatoes
    1 can (15 oz) white corn
    1 can (4 oz) chopped green chilies
    1 shake crushed red pepper
    2 Tbsp. fresh chopped cilantro
    1 1/2 Cups moderately crushed tortilla chips

    Cook in crock pot on low for about 2 hours.

    This recipe makes about 4-5 servings.
    I double it to make a full crock pot.

    Serve with extra crushed tortilla chips and sour cream if desired
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    Nice story. We were in Cozumel for Christmas (ahhhh...) and I wanted to hit a tour, but was outvoted so we merely imbibed. I picked up a good bottle at duty free, not so good you have to go to Confession for making a margarita with it, but very drinkable on its own.

    Mother-in-law coming for dinner tonight. Either braising some beef short ribs in red wine or doing a roast over wood. She's not picky, it's me that can't decide whuch I want to make more!
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