Striper Slider!

Discussion in 'Mid Atlantic Reports and Discussion' started by jetskibrian, Feb 7, 2013.

  1. jetskibrian

    jetskibrian Newbie

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    It is Thursday night and the ladies are over again. Not to let them down, I of course had to cook up something special. Here was tonight's thawed out catch of the day.

    I am still doing pretty good on Striped Bass Supply, here are a couple that I caught on my jet ski last month.


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    Here are a couple of the ingredients for how I made Striper Cakes.

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    I seasoned the 2 lbs of fish with some Cajun Seasoning and sauteed some red onion in butter. Then I broke up all of the fish and put it in a bowl.

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    I then added two scrambled eggs three heaping tablespoons of mayo, some garlic powder, parsley flakes, the onion and 1/3 cup of bread crumbs. After that I mixed it all by hand thoroughly, then made hand full size cakes that I dipped in Panko breading.

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    Put a good coating of butter in the the skillet and then cook them up on med /high flipping after about three minutes. Cooked for about a total of 8 minutes.

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    I then put it all on a platter with tarter sauce, bread and cole slaw. It was a big hit and tasted great.

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    I saved some for me! MY STRIPER SLIDER!

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  2. simmo13

    simmo13 Well-Known "Member"

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    Whoa now I'm really hungry. Great work.
     
  3. Northeastfshman

    Northeastfshman Moderator

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    Those are some great looking fish cakes. After cod trips we used to make them very similar, (we'd poach the cod vs. baking it) but rather that cooking everything we'd take a bunch and freeze them.

    Then you can just pop em out and fry em up whenever you want
     
  4. brantc

    brantc Ranchero

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    That looks delicious.
     
  5. gved823

    gved823 Member

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    My wife just cooked me an awesome meal, but I would still eat one or two of those cakes. Very inspiring Brian
     

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