Showing posts with label fishing. Show all posts
Showing posts with label fishing. Show all posts
Showing posts with label fishing. Show all posts
Showing posts with label fishing. Show all posts

Easy Salmon Recipes: Baked Mediterranean Salmon

Mediterranean Dish: Easy Baked Salmon

If you are on a mission to eat healthier in the new year or to add more fish to your diet, these easy salmon recipes fit the bill. To start off, our baked Mediterranean Salmon is marinated in an oil and balsamic herb vinaigrette. Kalamata olives, artichokes, tomatoes, and feta cheese top off this Mediterranean-inspired dish. For more easy salmon recipes, scroll down the page. Enjoy!

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Easy Salmon Recipes: Baked Mediterranean Salmon

Homemade Pan Fried Fish and Chips

How to Make Pan Fried Fish and Chips

Did you catch up a mess of fish? Maybe you just found a great deal at the fish market, er, grocery store. Either way, you'll need an easy recipe for homemade fish and chips. We've got it! In this recipe, Lisa shares how to make pan fried fish and chips at home. Enjoy!

Spring Break! My son had the opportunity to clean his first fish this week. And, I got the opportunity to cook them. Two big firsts for our nature-enjoying, convenience-loving family. This pan fried fish recipe was a hit for the fresh, black crappie. It would be good with your store bought fish, too. The homemade chips round out the meal.

Homemade Fish and Chips Recipe.
Homemade Fish and Chips Recipe.

Spring Break Pan Fried Fish and Chips

Fresh fish
almond flour (other flours may be used but all-purpose gets doughy)
Italian seasoned bread crumbs
Ground mustard
Salt and pepper
Olive oil for frying
Large potatoes
Parmesan Cheese
Italian Seasoning
Cooking Spray

How to make fish and chips at home.
How to make fish and chips at home.

1.  Heat oven to 450 degrees F.
*2.  Microwave large potatoes about half on the microwave recommended time.  The potatoes should still be firm.
3.  While potatoes are in the microwave, mix 1/2 c. parmesan cheese and 1 t. Italian seasoning in a large bowl.
4.  After the potatoes have cooled to the touch, cut them into wedges.
5.  Coat the potato wedges with the cheese mixture and transfer to a baking sheet.  Spray with cooking spray.
6.  Bake in preheated oven for 10 minutes.  Turn the potatoes and continue baking another 10 minutes.

Pan Fried Fish Recipe.
Pan Fried Fish Recipe.

1.  Prepare 3 shallow dishes as follows:
a.  Mix 1/2 c. almond (or other) flour, 1/2 t. salt, 1/4 t. pepper, and 1/2 t. ground mustard in one shallow dish. (Note: Depending on how much fish you have, you may need to make multiple batches.  Make multiple batches, however, instead of doubling the size of the batches because the breading can get doughy after awhile.)
b.  Add 1/4 c. milk to the second shallow dish.
c.  Add 1/2 c. seasoned break crumbs to the third shallow dish.
2.  Pour enough olive oil into a skillet to cover the bottom.  Apply medium heat.
3.  Coat each fish fillet in the flour mixture, followed by the milk, and finally the bread crumbs.
4.  Fry the fish about 5-10 minutes until golden brown, turning once to cook both sides.  Fish should flake easily.  Add additional oil as needed.​

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Summer Fun In The Creek: With Indiana Crawfish

Looking for Things to do in Brownsburg, Indiana?

Summer break with the kiddos? Bored already? Looking for a fund summer activity? Visit an Indiana creek. Go hunt some mini Indiana lobsters. One sunny day, we met some friends at a local park in Brownsburg, Indiana. The kids love playing in the creek at Arbuckle Park. On this trip, the girls were out numbered, but Chick a Bitty, showed them a girl could catch crawfish or crawdads (depending on what you called them as you grew up, we were corrected more than once that  they weren't "crawdad's" but crawfish.) She surprised everyone with the biggest catch of the day. Scroll down to catch a glimpse!

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Looking for Things to do in Brownsburg, Indiana with kids? Recommendations

Brownsburg, Indiana is a quaint, quickly growing town in Hendrick's County on the west side of Indianapolis near Lucas Oil Raceway. It's a great place to raise a family with lots of countryside, good schools, and just a short drive to downtown Indianapolis.

Crawdads Crawfish Arbuckle Park Things to do in Brownbsurg Indiana
A bucket of Indiana crawfish.

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Giant CRAWLDAD Crawdad Crawfish Arbuckle Park Things to do in Brownbsurg Indiana
Chick a Bitty's crawfish, crayfish, crawdad, or "lobster" as we called it. 

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