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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: Amazing Lingcod Recipe  (Read 719 times)

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  • Napa Fisherman
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I'm making this tonight for the 3rd time this month and I thought id share it

http://www.mantitlement.com/recipes/fish-nuggets-with-bang-bang-sauce/   :smt007


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Looks good. Thanks for posting.
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I like the baking alternative.

Thanks for the link and idea.  :smt006
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Sounds good and easy, I will definitely try this recipe! Thanks for sharing.  :smt001
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Sounds like a good versatile Dipping Sauce

Crab, chicken tenders, a spoon

Thanks for sharing!


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We do the sriracha mayo dipping sauce all the time and it is simple and bomb...may need to add in the extra ingredients next time to make it "bang bang" and see... :smt004

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This is my go-to for ling and halibut both.
Never ever fails, and the baking is a great alternative to frying.

A bonus is since the nuggets aren't totally immersed in oil, they hold up really well as next-day leftovers without being soggy or greasy.
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We do the sriracha mayo dipping sauce all the time and it is simple and bomb...
I like the baking alternative.
what they said :headbang:


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I've never seen the Sriracha dipping sauce. This is next on my list!


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We do the sriracha mayo dipping sauce all the time and it is simple and bomb...
I like the baking alternative.
what they said :headbang:
When I use panko to bake, I put the panko in a frying pan and toss a teaspoon of oil and pre brown the panko first. That extra step results in a deeper flavor and color. I can also pull the fish from the oven when its just cooked and not be tempted to wait for the crust to get darker.



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I made this tonight. It was outstanding. My wife isn't big into dipping sauces, and even she like it. Both the skids had seconds. This is a keeper for sure.

I doubled up  the honey, the salt and the Sriracha. Aside from that, followed the recipe.


 

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