Collection of user submitted Game recipes 

Collected game recipes from the message boards as well as other local (and not so local) recipes for preparing and cooking wild game and fish.

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Trout burger recipe

I recently caught some lake trout and was wondering if anyone tried to make fish patties or cakes and if you could share the recipe

Thanks

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Lake Trout Recipies

Been cooking lake trout the same way for years. Wanted to try something new. Was wondering if anyone was willing to share their recipe with me? Thanks

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Fish Burgers

Has anyone ever made fish burgers before? Salmon, Lake Trout, Walleye or anything really. I would like to try making some fish burgers if anyone has a recipe they can share.

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A Good Alternate Recipe

This is a good recipe for something different than the usual fish recipes. We found this recipe in Florida using Grouper. We have used Lake Trout in place of Grouper back home though. It’s a nice change of pace. It is not exactly what you would call heart healthy. We use it now and then for something different.

Grouper Fillets With Parmesan Cheese

3/4 C fresh parm cheese grated

1/2 C butter softened

3 TBS mayonnaise

3 TBS chopped green onions

2 TPS chives chopped

4 grouper fillets about 8 oz

1/4 C fresh lemon juice

salt and pepper

Combine cheese, butter, mayonnaise, green onion and chives in a bowl and stir well.

Place the fillets in a lightly greased broiler pan. Drizzle the lemon juice over the fillets and sprinkle with salt and pepper.

Broil 6″ from the heat for 8-10 minutes. Remove from oven and spread the tops of the fillets with the cheese mixture. Broil an additional 2 minutes until the cheese mixture is lightly browned. Remove the fillets to a serving platter and serve.

Serve with a good white wine and enjoy the sunset.

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Fish Tacos!

I never thought I would care for them. My wife fried up some Grouper fingers just like you would fry Walleye. Some shredded Cabbage in a large flout tortilla along with some kind of Mango salsa (sweet and spicy). It was really GOOD!!!!

I am sure Walleye would work just as well. Give it a try for something different.

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Microwaved Walleye

Super fast and pretty tasty.

Melt a spoon full of margarine or butter in a glass dish pour in lemon juice and mix it up with salt and pepper.

Lay fillets in glass dish cover with saran wrap poking a few holes with a fork in it.

Place in microwave on high for 3 minutes. Let stand for 2 minutes once it is finished cooking.

This has to be the quickest way to cook Walleye I have ever heard of and it is pretty good.

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Walleye Pizza

Pizza….
filet walleye, cube in small pieces and coat with olive oil,
roughly break/mash one tin of whole plum tomatoes and spread the flesh of the tomatoe over whole wheat pizza dough,
rough chop fresh basil and lay it over the tomatoes,
grate partly skimmed parmesan cheese and lightly cover the pizza,
lay cubed walleye over cheese and bake at 500 “f” for 10-12 minutes depending on the crust thickness.
Walleye will be crisp and cooked and the pizza doesn’t get any healthier.
You can add any toppings and or combine shrimp etc…delicious…

 johnr

Grilling Walleye

Grill it!
Debone your walleye fillets but leave the bark on…
lay the fillets on the grill on medium low heat and brush with any kind of mustard/mayo/lemon juice combo according to your taste and dietary limits.
Close the lid and check occasionally. 10-15 minutes and the flesh should be splitting in places and cooked right through, depending on the thickness of the fillets.
There’s no need to flip, just slip the grilled fillet onto a plate with a spatula and eat it with a fork directly from the skin.
The variations are endless. Mustard is great on baked walleye as well.

pastor norm

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