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Old 03-18-2012, 12:28 PM   #1
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I have some grouper that I want to blacken- do any of you have some recipes that you could share? If you have ever been to peg leg petes- they have a blackened grouper sandwich that rocks!!! I want to cook something close to theirs. Thanks!!!
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Old 03-18-2012, 12:42 PM   #2
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tony satcheries cajun blackening seasoning....you cant go wrong! Sear on grill, then cook on medium heat on the grill, fliping often, then add the seasoning the last 5 min of cook time.
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Old 03-18-2012, 01:36 PM   #3
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The real way to blacken is to get a dry cast iron pan very hot. Season your portions by setting them directly on a layer of your favorite creole seasoning and set them in the dry hot pan for several seconds then drop in a few cold chunks of butter. Have a preheated oven ready at 400 or so and after you cough your lungs out from the spicey air for about 20-30 seconds transfer the cast iron to the oven until your fish is done, maybe 5 minutes for a half inch cuts. So good this way!!! So smokey too!
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Put coleslaw on the sandwich for a real treat. The warmth of the fish and the coolness of the coleslaw is delicious.
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Try the slaw with clausen pickles, cabbage, mayo and a liberal amount of Tony's seasoning. M M good
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