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Catfish and Grilled Apples

BoccieBoccie Posts: 186
edited 6:30PM in EggHead Forum
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<p />Cooked catfish tonight. Nothing fancy, fish was marinated in Italian dressing topped with Tsunami Spin. 400deg direct on a veggie tray for 4 minutes a side. Very good.[p]Later I tried doing Fire Roasted Apples for the first time. Modified the recipe in The Barbeque Bible page 512 (for those who have it).[p]Didn’t use the nutmeg, and the apples we used were fuji, not the galas. The local store had very small pitiful looking galas, so we chose a different apple.[p]Smoked them with a little plum wood, on a raised grid with firebricks on lower grid. Set the apples on a layer of tin foil.[p]I could have cooked them a little longer than the 1 hour at 325deg, but this was the first time doing these so I guessed when they were done. Gala apples should do better next time. Will also use maple or apple wood as we didn’t think the plum was the best choice after testing them.[p]Kids still liked them. We are planning on grilling some sugar coated bananas this week.[p]Its always fun to try something new. :-)[p]
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  • ShelbyShelby Posts: 803
    Boccie,
    Those filets have me wanting to do some catfish on the grill myself. I usually season the fillets, the place in a shallow dish, pour on melted butter and put the dish in the fridge so the butter can harden, then put on the grill. Yes, there's some flare but well worth it!
    Had to suffer and had a couple of very fresh soft shell crabs for dinner! But they were deep fried.
    Pork loin tomorrow night.

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