Monday, June 09, 2008

Wednesday Walleye....

Well Sir…as we all know…it’s time fer some great Fish dinners, with Walleye toppin the list. So, here be a collection of Walleye (or just about any other fish y’all might wanna substitute) recipe’s……

I've served these recipe's on many US and Canadian fishin trips with the boys, as well as get-t'gethers here at my home, and never had a complaint yet (and NO ain't cause they died so quickly) I'm sure y'all will really enjoy them...

By the way mates, if’n Y’all got a good recipe’ fer any kind of wild fish & game, send it along to me, Cookie, at:, along with a short bio about yourself so’s I can tell the folks a little about ya when I publish yur recipe’….Thanks, Cookie.

Shore Lunch-Walleye

• walleye filets
• butter
• salt and pepper
• lemon juice
• tin foil

This one's easy, so if’n yur gonna have a Shore Lunch somewhere along the way, ya won’t need to bring along a lot of stuff.
Put two fillets in aluminum foil. Put a few pads of butter on each fillet. Salt and pepper to taste and sprinkle with lemon juice. Fold aluminum foil to seal fillets and grill for 10 to 15 minutes, or until fish flakes with a fork. Mmmm Mmm

Whoop-dee do Walleye

• 1- 1½ pounds walleye fillets
• 8 ounces cheddar cheese, grated
• 8 ounces sour cream
• 1 (10 1/2 ounce) can cream of mushroom soup (Campbells is best)
• 1 large onion, diced

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Place fish in shallow baking pan; spread the diced onion and cheese evenly on fish. Mix sour cream and soup in a bowl and spoon onto fish. Bake in preheated oven 30 to 35 minutes. Serves about 4.

Walleye Italiano

8-10 walleye fillets
2 eggs, beaten
1/3 cup Kraft Italian dressing
4-6 chopped green onions
1 brick of butter
2 tsp parmesan cheese
Italian Flavored Bread crumbs
Lemon or lime

Mix the eggs and Italian dressing. Dip the walleye fillets in the egg/dressing mix and dredge in the Italian bread crumbs until covered. Slowly melt a large portion of the butter in a large frying pan. Put the chopped onions in the butter, and cover the onions and butter with the fish fillets. Cook on HIGH for about 3 minutes and then turn when the cooked side should be a golden brown. Salt and pepper to taste. Sprinkle on the parmesan cheese. Cook the second side on LOW for 15 minutes or until the fish becomes flaky. Serve with lemon or limes.

Mediterranean Style Fish

2 pounds of Walleye fillets Kosher Salt
2 cups of canned tomatoes Pepper
½ teaspoon Garlic Powder Peanut Oil
¼ teaspoon Thyme Chopped Parsley
1 small Bay leaf flour

SAUCE: Saute’ the Tomatoes, Garlic Powder, Salt & Pepper, Bay leaf and Thyme for 3-5 minutes. Add a dash of white wine if desired. Add the chopped Parsley and simmer on LOW.

Dredge the Walleye fillets in flour and fry in Peanut Oil over Medium-High heat till golden brown. Place fried fish in a baking dish and pour Sauce over the fillets before serving.

Basic Fish & Chips

2 pounds Walleye fillets Peanut Oil
1½ cups Bisquick ™ Mix 1 ½ Cups milk
1 teaspoon Kosher Salt 6 Servings of French Fries
Malt Vinegar (Optional)

Cut Walleye fillets into serving sized pieces. Mix the Bisquick, milk and salt until smooth. Dip fillets into batter, covering entirely, and place into medium hot frying pan with at least 1 inch of Peanut Oil. Cook 3-4 minutes, or until fillets are golden brown on both sides. Drain.
Serve with hot French Fries, and sprinkle cooked fillets with Malt Vinegar if desired. ENJOY!

OK amigo’s, till next time, Good Huntin, Fishin & Eatin…

Why It's Important To Understand English

I had a bunch of Canadian dollars I needed to exchange, so I went to the currency exchange window at the local bank.

Short line. Just one lady in front of me . .. an Asian lady who was trying to exchange yen for dollars and she was a little irritated

. . .

She asked the teller, 'Why it change?? Yesterday, I get two hunat dolla fo yen. Today I get hunat eighty?? Why it change?'

The teller shrugged his shoulders and said, 'Fluctuations'

The Asian lady says, 'Fluc you white people, too'.