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Old 04-12-2018, 09:30 PM   #1
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What is your simple, go to, for fried pomp?
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Old 04-12-2018, 10:24 PM   #2
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Egg and milk wash with seasoning and hot sauce. Let sit for about 30 min and roll it in meal and fry
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I'll have to try that one. Thanks! Fried up two tonight with the skin on. Little too much fishy taste for my liking.
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If fresh Pompano is too fishy for ya, maybe try a Hardees, Burgerking or McDonalds fish sandwich.

Whole fish, gutted, 2 vertical cuts to the spine on each side.
Dunk in milk, dredge in seasoned flour, repeat.
Fry in 375 oil for about 10 minutes or fish starts to float.
Salt as soon as it comes out of the oil.
Want it well done, white and flaky.
Eat skin and all, nothing but a skeleton leftover.
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Fillet the skin off the fillet and trim the red meat off. I divide the top of the fillet from the bottom at the blood line to remove more of that red meat. Salt, pepper,and yellow cornmeal, then boil in grease at 350.
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There aint nothing fishy about fresh pompano.
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Smoked pompano was the best I have tasted ...baked next....fried #3
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how long do you smoke it fairpoint ? what temp ?
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how long do you smoke it fairpoint ? what temp ?
That depends on whether you're cold or hot smoking, and if you're doing fillets or whole fish.
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cold smoking won't cook the fish all the way, but will give it a great smoke flavor for any way you want to fix it. if you hot smoke it, i'd do it at about 190 for 2 hrs or untill it gets flaky.
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