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Pepper & Tomato Catfish

Post  C.Hound on Thu Apr 29, 2010 9:56 am

Well... it's fishing season. Of course I'll fish in a blizzard and ice storms so seasons really don't apply to me.

Pepper & Tomato Catfish Recipe

Ingredients
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2 tb Yellow cornmeal
1/4 ts Salt
1/8 ts Ground red pepper 2 Catfish fillets (3-4 oz.) 2 ts Cooking oil
1 md Green pepper; cut in thin strips
1 md Onion; halved and sliced
2 Cloves garlic; minced
1 cup Chopped seeded tomatoes


1. Combine cornmeal, salt and red pepper on waxed paper.
2. Dip catfish into cornmeal mixture, turning to coat both sides.
3. Heat 1 teaspoon of the oil in a medium skillet.
4. Cook green pepper, onion and garlic 3 minutes.
5. Push vegetables to one side. Add remaining oil.
6. Place catfish in skillet. Cook 3 minutes; turn and cook 3-5 minutes longer or till fish flakes easily with a fork.
7. Remove fish and vegetables to dinner plates. Add tomatoes to skillet, stirring with a wooden spoon to get brown bits that stick to the pan. Spoon over catfish.
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Post  OT on Thu Apr 29, 2010 10:34 am

C.Hound wrote:Well... it's fishing season. Of course I'll fish in a blizzard and ice storms so seasons really don't apply to me.

Pepper & Tomato Catfish Recipe

Ingredients
---------------------

2 tb Yellow cornmeal
1/4 ts Salt
1/8 ts Ground red pepper 2 Catfish fillets (3-4 oz.) 2 ts Cooking oil
1 md Green pepper; cut in thin strips
1 md Onion; halved and sliced
2 Cloves garlic; minced
1 cup Chopped seeded tomatoes


1. Combine cornmeal, salt and red pepper on waxed paper.
2. Dip catfish into cornmeal mixture, turning to coat both sides.
3. Heat 1 teaspoon of the oil in a medium skillet.
4. Cook green pepper, onion and garlic 3 minutes.
5. Push vegetables to one side. Add remaining oil.
6. Place catfish in skillet. Cook 3 minutes; turn and cook 3-5 minutes longer or till fish flakes easily with a fork.
7. Remove fish and vegetables to dinner plates. Add tomatoes to skillet, stirring with a wooden spoon to get brown bits that stick to the pan. Spoon over catfish.

So when do we eat. That would go good with trout to.
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Re: Pepper & Tomato Catfish

Post  C.Hound on Thu Apr 29, 2010 10:37 am

OT wrote:
C.Hound wrote:Well... it's fishing season. Of course I'll fish in a blizzard and ice storms so seasons really don't apply to me.

Pepper & Tomato Catfish Recipe

Ingredients
---------------------

2 tb Yellow cornmeal
1/4 ts Salt
1/8 ts Ground red pepper 2 Catfish fillets (3-4 oz.) 2 ts Cooking oil
1 md Green pepper; cut in thin strips
1 md Onion; halved and sliced
2 Cloves garlic; minced
1 cup Chopped seeded tomatoes


1. Combine cornmeal, salt and red pepper on waxed paper.
2. Dip catfish into cornmeal mixture, turning to coat both sides.
3. Heat 1 teaspoon of the oil in a medium skillet.
4. Cook green pepper, onion and garlic 3 minutes.
5. Push vegetables to one side. Add remaining oil.
6. Place catfish in skillet. Cook 3 minutes; turn and cook 3-5 minutes longer or till fish flakes easily with a fork.
7. Remove fish and vegetables to dinner plates. Add tomatoes to skillet, stirring with a wooden spoon to get brown bits that stick to the pan. Spoon over catfish.

So when do we eat. That would go good with trout to.

When I get back from the pond this evening. What a Face
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Post  OT on Thu Apr 29, 2010 10:44 am

C.Hound wrote:
OT wrote:
C.Hound wrote:Well... it's fishing season. Of course I'll fish in a blizzard and ice storms so seasons really don't apply to me.

Pepper & Tomato Catfish Recipe

Ingredients
---------------------

2 tb Yellow cornmeal
1/4 ts Salt
1/8 ts Ground red pepper 2 Catfish fillets (3-4 oz.) 2 ts Cooking oil
1 md Green pepper; cut in thin strips
1 md Onion; halved and sliced
2 Cloves garlic; minced
1 cup Chopped seeded tomatoes


1. Combine cornmeal, salt and red pepper on waxed paper.
2. Dip catfish into cornmeal mixture, turning to coat both sides.
3. Heat 1 teaspoon of the oil in a medium skillet.
4. Cook green pepper, onion and garlic 3 minutes.
5. Push vegetables to one side. Add remaining oil.
6. Place catfish in skillet. Cook 3 minutes; turn and cook 3-5 minutes longer or till fish flakes easily with a fork.
7. Remove fish and vegetables to dinner plates. Add tomatoes to skillet, stirring with a wooden spoon to get brown bits that stick to the pan. Spoon over catfish.

So when do we eat. That would go good with trout to.

When I get back from the pond this evening. What a Face

Well we will expect to hear some whooper stories.
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Post  C.Hound on Thu Apr 29, 2010 10:46 am

OT wrote:
C.Hound wrote:
OT wrote:
C.Hound wrote:Well... it's fishing season. Of course I'll fish in a blizzard and ice storms so seasons really don't apply to me.

Pepper & Tomato Catfish Recipe

Ingredients
---------------------

2 tb Yellow cornmeal
1/4 ts Salt
1/8 ts Ground red pepper 2 Catfish fillets (3-4 oz.) 2 ts Cooking oil
1 md Green pepper; cut in thin strips
1 md Onion; halved and sliced
2 Cloves garlic; minced
1 cup Chopped seeded tomatoes


1. Combine cornmeal, salt and red pepper on waxed paper.
2. Dip catfish into cornmeal mixture, turning to coat both sides.
3. Heat 1 teaspoon of the oil in a medium skillet.
4. Cook green pepper, onion and garlic 3 minutes.
5. Push vegetables to one side. Add remaining oil.
6. Place catfish in skillet. Cook 3 minutes; turn and cook 3-5 minutes longer or till fish flakes easily with a fork.
7. Remove fish and vegetables to dinner plates. Add tomatoes to skillet, stirring with a wooden spoon to get brown bits that stick to the pan. Spoon over catfish.

So when do we eat. That would go good with trout to.

When I get back from the pond this evening. What a Face

Well we will expect to hear some whooper stories.

Oh.... You'll get some whopper stories. Suspect I am going fishing after all. I'll guarantee a pound and a half will be 10 pounds by Saturday night. Laughing
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Post  Tulip on Thu Apr 29, 2010 10:50 am

Sounds good.

I love anything breaded with cornmeal. Do some fried okra on the side. Cornbread too.

Yum.
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Post  OT on Thu Apr 29, 2010 10:52 am

Tulip wrote:Sounds good.

I love anything breaded with cornmeal. Do some fried okra on the side. Cornbread too.

Yum.

Honey vanilla cornbread if you please
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Post  C.Hound on Thu Apr 29, 2010 10:54 am

OT wrote:
Tulip wrote:Sounds good.

I love anything breaded with cornmeal. Do some fried okra on the side. Cornbread too.

Yum.

Honey vanilla cornbread if you please

How about sweet onion hush puppies?
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Post  OT on Thu Apr 29, 2010 11:07 am

C.Hound wrote:
OT wrote:
Tulip wrote:Sounds good.

I love anything breaded with cornmeal. Do some fried okra on the side. Cornbread too.

Yum.

Honey vanilla cornbread if you please

How about sweet onion hush puppies?

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Re: Pepper & Tomato Catfish

Post  Tulip on Thu Apr 29, 2010 4:10 pm

Oh man.

OT I think we need to head to CH's and enjoy a meal.

pig

I think I would make a pig of myself. Sounds so good.
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Post  OT on Thu Apr 29, 2010 4:27 pm

Tulip wrote:Oh man.

OT I think we need to head to CH's and enjoy a meal.

pig

I think I would make a pig of myself. Sounds so good.

Tempting but I am having some beef sti-fry tonight with stuffed mushrooms
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Post  C.Hound on Thu Apr 29, 2010 7:54 pm

That's alright, I ended up throwing some steaks on the grill.
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Post  OT on Thu Apr 29, 2010 9:38 pm

C.Hound wrote:That's alright, I ended up throwing some steaks on the grill.

Cooked medium rare I hope. Very Happy
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Post  C.Hound on Fri Apr 30, 2010 12:57 am

Don't be obserd OT. It was burnt on the outside and still mooing on the inside. The only way for a man to eat a ribeye is dern near raw.
lol!
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Post  OT on Fri Apr 30, 2010 12:36 pm

C.Hound wrote:Don't be obserd OT. It was burnt on the outside and still mooing on the inside. The only way for a man to eat a ribeye is dern near raw.
lol!

If ya got good teeth, YEAH. However, when ya get to be my age it is a different story. Medium rare and fork tender YUMMMMMMMMMMMMM
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Post  C.Hound on Fri Apr 30, 2010 3:57 pm

OT wrote:
C.Hound wrote:Don't be obserd OT. It was burnt on the outside and still mooing on the inside. The only way for a man to eat a ribeye is dern near raw.
lol!

If ya got good teeth, YEAH. However, when ya get to be my age it is a different story. Medium rare and fork tender YUMMMMMMMMMMMMM

I'm getting there. lol
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Post  OT on Sun May 02, 2010 7:57 am

C.Hound wrote:
OT wrote:
C.Hound wrote:Don't be obserd OT. It was burnt on the outside and still mooing on the inside. The only way for a man to eat a ribeye is dern near raw.
lol!

If ya got good teeth, YEAH. However, when ya get to be my age it is a different story. Medium rare and fork tender YUMMMMMMMMMMMMM

I'm getting there. lol

Well don't rush it. It will happen soon enough.
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