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Fish that doesn't taste like poop ideas..

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  • pittdan77pittdan77 Member Posts: 98 Member Member Posts: 98 Member
    Lots of places have Lenten specials now. Go out and try different things and go from there.
  • 64heyjude64heyjude Member Posts: 38 Member Member Posts: 38 Member
    Blackened seasoning on grouper or mahi mahi, Lemon herb seasoning on red snapper or any whitefish, cornmeal breading ( very light) on fried catfish. I could go on & on since my son-in-law is from Texas, I come home loaded up with fish & shrimp!!
  • Jeremy5212Jeremy5212 Member Posts: 1 Member Member Posts: 1 Member
    kwil74 wrote: »
    Having a hard time adding fish in my life..Fish I can kinda eat swai, tilipia, catfish, trout. Fish I cannot eat because it tastes like

    Mahi Mahi is exvellent...pan seared, baked, broiled or grilled with fresh garlic and a pinch of kosher salt and lemon juice.
  • AllOutof_BubblegumAllOutof_Bubblegum Member Posts: 3,669 Member Member Posts: 3,669 Member
    Don't force yourself to eat it if you don't like it. Where's the logic in that?

    That said, I thought I hated fish, too, until my husband made a sweet teriyaki salmon bowl that I flipped for. That was my gateway fish, and now I eat tilapia, cod, tuna, mahi mahi, and even raw sushi, like nigiri. Delicious.
  • kwil74kwil74 Member Posts: 42 Member Member Posts: 42 Member
    64heyjude wrote: »
    Blackened seasoning on grouper or mahi mahi, Lemon herb seasoning on red snapper or any whitefish, cornmeal breading ( very light) on fried catfish. I could go on & on since my son-in-law is from Texas, I come home loaded up with fish & shrimp!!

    Oooo I forgot about mahi...I tried that once and liked it! I to am from Texas blackened amd cornmeal is the way I usually go..Thanks for the Mahi reminder lol
  • kwil74kwil74 Member Posts: 42 Member Member Posts: 42 Member
    Thank you all kindly for the help and input..Going to the meat market tonight to try try try again..Input amd recipes much appreciated
  • RowingBillRowingBill Member Posts: 36 Member Member Posts: 36 Member
    We shop and eat the farmed salmon. Prepare it by cutting an entire onion and line the bottom of a baking dish. Place the salmon unfrozen on top of the prepared onion. Smother the top of the salmon with green peppers and another onion all cut up into small pieces. Bake at 350 for one hour. If the bottom is getting burnt/dried out you can add some chicken broth.
    I'm not crazy about the taste of fish and have found this method will compliment the fishy taste.
  • TR0bertsTR0berts Member Posts: 7,785 Member Member Posts: 7,785 Member
    Pick a fresh fish. Frozen almost never tastes "right" to me.

    If you don't like the "fishy" taste of fish, then cod or haddock would probably be good choices to introduce yourself to fish.
  • lorrpblorrpb Member Posts: 11,465 Member Member Posts: 11,465 Member
    Hmmm. how do you know what p00p tastes like? All fish is good IMO.
  • MartaBriMartaBri Member Posts: 2 Member Member Posts: 2 Member
  • nowine4menowine4me Member, Premium Posts: 3,986 Member Member, Premium Posts: 3,986 Member
    If you live Near a Whole Foods, they sell marinated salmon on a cedar plank (frozen), just dethaw in the fridge while you're at work, then slap it on the grill. Great with broccoli I and black rice and lentils.
  • cbl40cbl40 Member Posts: 281 Member Member Posts: 281 Member
    I have the best recipe for salmon. Marinate in a Tbsp of brown sugar, a bit of peanut oil and low sodium soy (I don't measure, just eyeball). Grill or broil. Top with chopped scallions and serve over brown rice. It is delicious! I don't like salmon any other way as it is too fishy.
  • cross2bearcross2bear Member Posts: 1,106 Member Member Posts: 1,106 Member
  • pearl_089pearl_089 Member Posts: 6 Member Member Posts: 6 Member
    You can try cooking fish in a foil packet in the oven, salmon is my favorite in general. These recipes are especially great because there's less clean up and little fuss to deal with while it is in the oven. Here are some examples of recipes:

    http://kirbiecravings.com/2016/08/ranch-seasoned-salmon-foil-packets.html
    http://www.alcattesting.com/single-post/2017/02/27/Foil-packet-dinners
    https://cafedelites.com/2016/06/26/honey-garlic-butter-salmon-foil/
    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/giada-de-laurentiis/salmon-baked-in-foil-recipe
  • kurzapkurzap Member Posts: 19 Member Member Posts: 19 Member
    I always get wild alaskan salmon. You can pan fry with a just little olive oil and blackened seasoning and its great.
  • candeerozecandeeroze Member, Premium Posts: 3 Member Member, Premium Posts: 3 Member
    Try mahi mahi, Chilean sea bass or ahi tuna

  • slovie64slovie64 Member Posts: 55 Member Member Posts: 55 Member
    hahahahahaha - the title of your thread made me giggle out loud. I too think fish tastes like poop. Maybe I need to read some of these ideas!
  • kwil74kwil74 Member Posts: 42 Member Member Posts: 42 Member
    slovie64 wrote: »
    hahahahahaha - the title of your thread made me giggle out loud. I too think fish tastes like poop. Maybe I need to read some of these ideas!

    Fish = poop ✊ I grilled tilipia this weekend it only had a hint of poop so that was good
  • ania2704ania2704 Member Posts: 56 Member Member Posts: 56 Member
    I personally recommend salmon, in my opinion it's the tastiest fish:)
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