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Old 05-09-2019, 07:47 PM   #1
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Default Steamed crappie - 3 ways

Feeling kinda chef-ee tonight so did steamed crappie fillets 3 ways.
1. Steamed on bed of greens with onions, slivered almonds and honey sriracha
2. Steamed on bed of greens with Everglades seasoning, slivered almonds and fresh Parmesan.
3. Steamed on onions with salt and pepper then broiled with cheddar cheese. It was all good!
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Please donít report me to the guys over in the freshwater section for not frying these
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Those plates really make the fish pop.
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crappie! one of the best eating fish anywhere.
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Tryn getting fancy now with nuts on his fish.
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Haven't tried steaming, is there a how to link?
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Haven't tried steaming, is there a how to link?


Too simple. Need a bamboo steamer. Bottom layer greens or anything to keep fish off bamboo I like spinach but any fresh green will work. Lay fillets on top, season, steam 10 minutes
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