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My brother just got back from Cabo San Lucas with lots of Marlin Stakes (130# Stripped Marlin). Any suggestions on Egging? Man some guys have all the luck. Then again some of us have an Egg!
I LOVE to make blackened Marlin steaks. I have a cast iron pan that fits my large BGE. I coat the marlin with a small amound of melted butter then coat liberally with Paul Prudhomes redfish blackening plus a lot of extra fresh ground black pepper and some ancho chilli powder. I let the seasoning sit on the marlin for 30 minutes prior to cooking. Heat the pan in the egg to 500-550 degrees. Cook the marlin like a beef steak - 3 minutes per side plus a dwell time. If the marlin steak is 1" thick then I cook 3 min per side plus a 3 minute dwell.[p]I also do the same thing with catfish fillets - only cut the cooking time and eliminate the dwell.[p]Beers to you,[p]Mr Beer
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