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Mongrel baker

hot Asian style slimy mackeral

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ok guys heres a good recipe i mocked up which is "bloody delicious" as my dad says. he was a bit hesitant about eating slimey. but heres my recipe for a nice tasting dinner.

what you'll need:

a big slimy mackeral (bled instantly and put on ice) (if you have a small one like what mine was you can eat the bones)

olive oil

salt/chilli grinder

soy sauce

a barbeque

steps:

1) when back at the boatramp with the bled slimey go along and clean it. (the blood line you can leave in as it tastes a little bit stronger but just as good as the fish)

2) with your fish at home, take of ice or out of the fridge, dry off with paper towel. pour a bit of soy sauce in the bottom of a curve sided plate. make sure the bottom is covered. add the chilli and salt to the soy and mix together

3) heat up barbeque and pour a bit of oil on the plate.

4) cook the mackerel on one side for a minute or so. flip over and cook for a couple of seconds on the other side.

5) serve up and eat.

please note: i havent cooked slimey in a while so if something needs changing please forgive me. but overall experiment with the recipe

Edited by Mongrel baker
so they know they can eat the bones

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Im still confused why you didnt just use the slimy for bait to catch something edible :lol:

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Most underated fish in the ocean- they are very good chewing- I fillet mine , dust with smoked paprika, salt and pepper and pan fry- in Europe that would be one of the most eaten sea fish- 

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Well for you who asked why i didnt use it for bait. The answer is simple. I like trying new things

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Carps alright. Ya need to catch one in fast flowing water. If ya dont they taste like mud

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