How do you cook your fish?

Discussion in 'San Diego Long Range fishing Reports' started by Wicky Wicky, Sep 10, 2015.

  1. Wicky Wicky

    Wicky Wicky Wicky Wicky

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    or do you?
    First pic is blackened wahoo
    Second pic is wahoo sashimi wicky wicky style
    Third pic is Kabayaki Wahoo
    Fourth pic is Yellowfin poke
    Fifth pic is yellowtail sashimi.
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  2. Bigfishhateme

    Bigfishhateme Semper Fi

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    :drool: I'll have the #1 w/forbidden rice , please.
     
  3. strackle99

    strackle99 I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    This was some blufin and yellowfin, from a few weeks ago.

    You can notice the YFT, on the right, has a lighter color than the BFT.

    Both fish caught on the same day, so its an "apples to apples" tasting.

    And a little pepper crusted seared, on the top of the plate.

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  4. redsnapper517

    redsnapper517 Well-Known "Member"

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    Looks Great Guys !
     
  5. screamingreel

    screamingreel Long Range Fanatic

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    Oh, my! Looks yummy!!

    - Jeff Burroughs
     
  6. bparker1225

    bparker1225 Ocean Addiction

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    Yum wahoo is the best!
     
  7. stuman

    stuman Brawndo the thirst mutilator

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  8. downtime

    downtime I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Some YFT poke.
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    Some YFT smoked.
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    Some dinner done on the BBQ, dodo in the bottom left corner.
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  9. Anglewood

    Anglewood Up to no good...

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    Some Wahoo and YFT fresh out of the smoker:
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    So good!

    -Connor
     
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  10. ckster

    ckster Well-Known "Member"

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    Looks great! Those would make it the tables at my restaurant for sure!
     
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  11. Chasntuna

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    No pics, but my favorite is good 'ol tuna salad. Let the tuna soak in some sort of asian infused concoction of soy, teriyaki, pinapple and orange juice, green onion, ginger, sesame oil, sesame seeds and minced garlic.
    Grill the tuna and put it in the fridge. Fork it the next day and mix with mayo, mustard, celery and you got a hell of a salad. Take it a step further and top some rye or pumpernickle cocktail bread, top with a 4 cheese mix and bake.
    or..marinate YT, tuna or Wahoo in the stuff above and smoke it for 3-4 hours.
    I've also made patties with the salad and grill on a flat top for a tuna burger.
     
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  12. reellady

    reellady I'd rather be catching TUNA

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    Gentlemen, news flash, any way you serve wahoo is great!
     
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  13. Soda Pop

    Soda Pop I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Have my wife cook it.... LOL
     
  14. jiggyn

    jiggyn Do you even fish?

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    I grill or sear a lot of my fish I very rarely marinate it.
    Each species of fish has a distinct taste and flavor that can be masked or ruined with too much seasoning or marinade
    Well that is if iam smoking tuna.
    But however you cook up your catch share and enjoy with everyone good eats ladies and gentleman
     
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  15. Abaco

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    LOL...glad to see I'm not the only one who takes such pictures. Our fish looks so beautiful on the plate, doesn't it? Really...what a blessing to get to eat like we do with this hobby. Each time a package comes out of my freezer to thaw I get all giddy. I remember the boat ride, the crazy bastards I met, the friend who cut and packaged it while I rested. When I give some of this fish to somebody to try the report is always the same - over the top appreciation for the flavors.

    I prepare the fish a lot of different ways. I make and eat a lot of poke - great late-night post workout snack.

    But, the latest method I use to grille for company. Cut yellowtail, tuna and/or wahoo into cubes for kabobs - about 1.5" cubes. Soak in pineapple juice for one hour. Then, put on skewers, alternating with red and yellow bell pepper chunks. Paint with teriyaki and grille. Of course, never over-cook. It's fantastic and everybody loves it. I did do it once with wahoo and only grilled about 2 minutes each side. Killer...
     
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  16. Abaco

    Abaco Member

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  17. TEAMFISH

    TEAMFISH JUST ADD WATER

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    Nothing better than Wahoo. The "wicky-wicky Wahoo looks amazing
     
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  18. mrfishcado

    mrfishcado Team MACANUDO

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    My version of poke and ceviche and imagination. Yellowtail, mango, avocado, cucumber, shredded broccoli stems, onions, wasabi paste, ponzu sauce, sea same seeds and garlic. image.jpg
     
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  19. Wicky Wicky

    Wicky Wicky Wicky Wicky

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    Kabobs on the menu this weekend!!! Noted and looking forward to it. I've never tried the pineapple marinade and I am looking forward to it! Thanks for the idea.
     
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  20. backlashjack

    backlashjack Scallywag

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    This thread just gave me the munchies
     
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