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PostPosted: Aug 10th, '12, 13:04 
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:dontknow: going to eat my first silvers this weekend (I hope) but I havn't cooked them before
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 Post subject: Re: cooking silver perch
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Rupert likes to burn the hell out of the skin and then say the BBQ was a bit hot :D

On a more serious note, if they've got a lot of fat around the belly, do them on an open grill

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Here's an easy one for you if you have a deep fryer Redbeard. Place in whole 170 degrees, score the skin first and then fry for 12 minutes, whole :shock: . It is the best fish that I have ever eaten, I tried it on the last barra to come out my tank this year. Got to be the easiest way to cook fish as well. Just google Thai style fish if you don't believe me. Nat has tried it too, it was Joels idea, I think he is still waiting to try it though.
I repeat, WHOLE, complete with skin, head, scales and guts. I dare you :funny1:

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what a bugger faye I just gutted it and choped its head off :blackeye: can you still cook it this way :?:


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PostPosted: Aug 10th, '12, 13:50 
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Rupert likes to burn the hell out of the skin and then say the BBQ was a bit hot :D

Not true... I actually prefer to either "steam" them.... or fillet and crumb them...

I only BBQ... when I'm lazy.... :lol:


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Do you suck the heads Rupe?


Ive yet to eat a SP so Id like to hear your thoughts RB.

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PostPosted: Aug 10th, '12, 18:47 
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Do you suck the heads Rupe?

Only of annoying moderators Charlie... :wink: :D


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thats funny on so many levels hahahahah :laughing3:

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1) Steamed with Spring Onion and Ginger - served with Soy Sauce
2) Portuguese Style
3) Thai Style BBQ

... dunno about suckin heads though???


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Stir Fried with home grown Water Chestnuts was good too!!!


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Was hoping you would come in with those Colin. I did the portuguese style a few months ago and it was great

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yea colin does a mean SP dish!

Love ya work Col :headbang:

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I liked Colins approach to Silvers as we found them with very little flavour when just pan fried as whole fish or filets. They take on flavours really well though, and the portuguese style we loved.
Got to eat lots more of them soon enough so much experimenting will happen

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You got another big mob ready to eat Mantis? I just cant keep up with you! :notworthy:

Good news is yabbie season is approaching!

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