Yellowtail recipee

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  1. finatick

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    Looking for a good yellowtail recipee for the bbq. Any help is appreciated.
     
  2. invictus

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    Rub in Olive Oil, sprinkle sea salt and pepper, grill to your liking.

    Easy and good!
     
  3. embo

    embo I've been recommended for a recommendation...

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    Use a hungry friend's BBQ.
     
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    marinate the yt in soy vay Teriyaki ........slam dunk good!
     
  5. Willdoggy

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    Know that you really can’t mess fresh YT up unless you overlook it. Here is our most recent discovery in the kitchen:
    Our easy gluten free recipe (for Chica Dulce) Beat an egg in a large bowl, dip fillets in it, roll in gluten free oats, place in hot skillet with hot olive oil, turn when cooked, use lid for thicker fillets and salt to taste. Yummy
     
  6. terryc.

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    Gluten free oats being oatmeal ?
     
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    Get them today?? Marinade in Italian dressing sprinkle your choice of spice and Bbq, The wife picked up these handy cages that make it a lot easier on the q.

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    Fisherman's Belly .com
     
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    Like Willdoggy said, as long as you don't over cook it you are good. I couldn't figure out why people said yellowtail was good until I stopped butchering it, haha. Super gamey (Imo) if over cooked.
     
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  10. Willdoggy

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    Yes Sir. Here is a brand we use. (They are only considered “gluten free” if processed in a facility that does not process glutinous products like wheat / flour). Oats are normally gluten free but sometimes wheat is accidentally introduced as a volunteer through the wind in the crop. Chica Dulce’s joints are a mess if she injests any gluten and I really don’t miss it. Also, I have lost a lot of weight (without effort) just avoiding it.

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    I am a fan of just marinating it in zesty Italian dressing for an hour in the fridge and straight to the bbq
     
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    Mayo(lots of mayo) old bay rub blackened seasoning and squeeze of lime or lemon. Lather the fillets and then straight to a hot grill. So juicy and delicious.
     
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    Soy Vay is the best teriyaki bbq sauce.
     
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    Why would you ruin a perfect tasting fish with oats?
     
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    Same reason I do sometimes..... Because it is one of the only ways that my wife (or anyone's significant other) will eat it!!!

    If she eats it, I can fish more frequently!! And upgrade my equipment, etc, etc!!
     
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    Did I mention she is from Texas? This meat did not have horns. LOL.
     
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    marinate it over night in Italian salad dressing. I just use the most inexpensive kind available. usually Wish Bone. works out great.
     
  18. CaptJgray

    CaptJgray I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    I second the mayo suggestion but try this with a piece or 2 as it sounds weird

    mix 1 cup mayo and 1/4 cup soy sauce, you will end up with a tan colored goo. lather the fish with the sauce, sprinkle some red chili flakes on it and grill.

    sounds weird but is really good.

    It works well in a hot (450) oven as well.
     
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    Lemon pepper from Costco.....delish
     
  20. DPevin

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    Can't go wrong with anything on there.

    His recipe for grilled YT is easy and good. It's molasses, soy sauce, and lemon.
     

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