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    Grilled Dorado (Mahi Mahi)

    Went deep-sea fishing a few weeks back and had a good catch of Dorado....This is how I prepared (I would think any good whitefish could be similarly prepared)

    • Fillet and de-bone, rinse and dry fillets.
    • Soak fillets in lime juice for at least an hour (it's better if left a little longer) I just placed the fillets in one layer at a time and squeezed fresh lime over them. I rotated the fillets in the container a couple times.
    • Take fillet out of lime juice, rub down with olive oil and place on aluminum foil. (was cooking on grill) - curl up the edges of the foil to creat a shape which retains juices
    • Sprinkle minced garlic onto the fillet
    • thinly slice yellow/orange sweet peppers and place on top of fish
    • Slice off a couple dabs of butter and place on top of fish

    Put everything on the grille and let it cook for about 10 minutes or so (until the fish is flaky and white.)

    DELICIOUS!
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    Some of you boys are making *me* hungry!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmgirl19 View Post
    Some of you boys are making *me* hungry!!
    How's about some venison jerky ;) Went in the dehydrator this morning.
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    I love venison jerky!!
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    dieselshadow;

    The post number 1, this thread. Also, from 2LaneCruzer, the stuffed bell peppers thread and the beef stew thread, post number 1 of both of those too, please. All main courses.

    If y'all have side dishes or a favorite beverage, etc., please post those recipes up too! Let's grow the GTT Cookbook!
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    Is something I cooked making an official cookbook?

    I can put up my jerky recipe as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sstlaure View Post
    Is something I cooked making an official cookbook?

    I can put up my jerky recipe as well.
    Yes! Your Mahi Mahi is going in! And I'd love it, (and am certain others would too!) if you'd post up your jerky recipe!! Thanks!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmgirl19 View Post
    Yes! Your Mahi Mahi is going in! And I'd love it, (and am certain others would too!) if you'd post up your jerky recipe!! Thanks!!
    But that means I have to figure out how much of each thing I use
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    Quote Originally Posted by sstlaure View Post
    But that means I have to figure out how much of each thing I use
    Believe me, I understand! I cook like that too! I doubt any of my recipes are exactly the same twice!
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