Backyard Aquaponics

Fish Recipes
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Author:  ColinW [ May 13th, '12, 17:35 ]
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Tasted GREAT!!!

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Author:  mantis [ May 13th, '12, 18:09 ]
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Tried the portuguese style a couple of weeks ago and it was very good yes. That one of yours looks great. Never thought of putting olives in there as well :headbang:

Author:  bigdaddy123 [ May 15th, '12, 10:31 ]
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mantis wrote:
Never thought of putting olives in there as well :headbang:

Don't...They're shocking

Hi Colin,

Looks really nice..Lucky I first saw this after I had a meal...You gotta be happy with that...


Author:  Charlie [ May 16th, '12, 22:47 ]
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rrjl6572 wrote:
Charlie, Why do you use lemonade to steam your yabbies? or did you run out of port and so need a new use for the lemonade?

missed this one 4 months ago...sorry rj

A 50/50 mix of water and lemonade to steam yabbie basically taints the flesh with a slight sweet flavour in the cooking process.

Then peel tails and put in a large bowl

Throw in a good shake of pepper and salt (which compliments the sweet)

Cover with glad wrap and chill in the fridge.

Either make some garlic bread or put some in the oven at this stage.....

Whilst chilling tails and cooking bread - shred up some crisp cos lettuce, sliced capcicum, thinly sliced shalots and fresh pitted olives.

Toss salad through tails with a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil, cut big chunks of garlic bread and throw a big handful of yabbie salad onto each piece, garnish with basil.

Its my take on some form of brusheta.....yabbie style

Author:  ccBear [ Jun 6th, '12, 01:35 ]
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Charlie that is not fair, 3.03am in the morning and not a yabbie in sight. Toasted roll and peanut butter does not cut the taste buds after reading your post. :upset:

Author:  Charlie [ Jun 6th, '12, 07:47 ]
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Ive got a heap of yabbie recipes bear and sorry to torment you at such an early hour :lol:

Someone mentioned to me a while back why dont I write up a cookbook for yabbie/marron recipes..... lets just say this might be in the process :thumbright:

Heres some pics of some yabbie dishes Ive done in the past =

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beer battered yabbie tails
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Author:  rsevs3 [ Jun 6th, '12, 07:56 ]
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I wish i could get decent sized yabbies...

Ya bastard... :P

Author:  ccBear [ Jun 6th, '12, 08:58 ]
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Let us know if you do Charlie

Author:  ccBear [ Nov 11th, '12, 07:20 ]
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How's the book coming on charlie?

Author:  Charlie [ Nov 11th, '12, 08:11 ]
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Will be trying some more recipes this summer bear (now that the yabbies are back on the bite) and hopefully it will be done for the new year.

The other thing holding me back is I need a better camera. Hopefully Santa Claus will come through :thumbleft:

Otherwise its pretty much done.

Author:  ccBear [ Nov 11th, '12, 09:36 ]
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You doing a printed or ebook version?

Author:  Charlie [ Nov 11th, '12, 10:22 ]
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Author:  Charlie [ Mar 13th, '15, 06:25 ]
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Thanks to Bear, I cooked up another Jade yesterday.

Just a simple dish, shallots, lemon slices, lemon grass and garlic paste in the gut cavity, wrapped in foil and baked on the bbq, seasoned with salt, pepper and a splash of fish sauce. Taste fantastic.

Jade out to dry.. :D

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I never did get around to finishing that crustacean cookbook, hmmm I think I better revisit that next summer.

Author:  Azira [ Mar 13th, '15, 06:56 ]
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Looks tasty! With good sized flakes like that it makes me think it'd work well with a miso glaze, all sweet and caramelised, but I've never tried Jade Perch before. :think:

Author:  AquaMarin5 [ Sep 17th, '19, 05:34 ]
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My favorite fish is trout and I prepare it very often for dinner. I have the most simple recipe which I also love the most. I just put slices of butter, some garlic and parsley leaves inside and grill it. Also you can flavor it, I just add salt. It is really fast to prepare it so if you do not have much time I really recommend it to you!

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