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    fish recipes for someone who isn't a fish fan

    So i'm trying to get better and all that stuff, gotta work on getting my Triglycerides down.

    i've never been a fan of eating fish with exception of fish and chips. So i was thinking i might try grilling some fish and see how that goes. I really don't like salmon and want to stick with something more one the white meat and flaky side. Its always been the "fishy" taste that has always turned me off. And i'm sure the fresher the better tasting it is.

    So anyone have any awesome fish grilling recipes or even some pan fried and baked ones too.



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    Re: fish recipes for someone who isn't a fish fan

    Quote Originally Posted by isubeatle View Post
    So i'm trying to get better and all that stuff, gotta work on getting my Triglycerides down.

    i've never been a fan of eating fish with exception of fish and chips. So i was thinking i might try grilling some fish and see how that goes. I really don't like salmon and want to stick with something more one the white meat and flaky side. Its always been the "fishy" taste that has always turned me off. And i'm sure the fresher the better tasting it is.

    So anyone have any awesome fish grilling recipes or even some pan fried and baked ones too.

    ahi tuna steak with seasoning, lightly seared in a skillet.

    tastes almost nothing like fish. just tastes fantastic


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    Re: fish recipes for someone who isn't a fish fan

    I like to coat my fish in olive oil and rub in some spices. Put it on the grill for about 2 minutes each side (no tinfoil) and the grill char will eliminate the fish taste. I used to just set it on the tinfoil but the fish just sits there in it's fishy oils and still tastes like fish.


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    Re: fish recipes for someone who isn't a fish fan

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    ahi tuna steak with seasoning, lightly seared in a skillet.

    tastes almost nothing like fish. just tastes fantastic
    Ahi tuna for someone who isn't a fish fan is a horrible idea, tuna is one of harshest fish in terms of "fishiness" that there is. I like it but it's pretty fishy.

    I would say get some halibut from a good place and grill it with some black pepper and lemon pepper and salt. Best fish you will ever eat and it also doesn't taste like fish.



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    Re: fish recipes for someone who isn't a fish fan

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Janny View Post
    ahi tuna steak with seasoning, lightly seared in a skillet.

    tastes almost nothing like fish. just tastes fantastic
    This. Easy to cook, just put some bread crumbs on it and sear it. The main problem is making sure you get good tuna in the first place.



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    Re: fish recipes for someone who isn't a fish fan

    Halibut with a little olive oil rubbed on it, and some lemon pepper, broiled.


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    Re: fish recipes for someone who isn't a fish fan

    Start with something that has a light flavor like mahi-mahi or tilapia. I'm with you that I don't like salmon, but there are good options for grilling. Just add salt and maybe a little olive oil.



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    Re: fish recipes for someone who isn't a fish fan

    Quote Originally Posted by oldman View Post
    Halibut with a little olive oil rubbed on it, and some lemon pepper, broiled.
    Good man.



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    Re: fish recipes for someone who isn't a fish fan

    Quote Originally Posted by CyBer View Post
    Ahi tuna for someone who isn't a fish fan is a horrible idea, tuna is one of harshest fish in terms of "fishiness" that there is. I like it but it's pretty fishy.

    I would say get some halibut from a good place and grill it with some black pepper and lemon pepper and salt. Best fish you will ever eat and it also doesn't taste like fish.
    you must not have ever had good ahi. It has zero fishy taste when done right.


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    Re: fish recipes for someone who isn't a fish fan

    Quote Originally Posted by CyBer View Post
    Ahi tuna for someone who isn't a fish fan is a horrible idea, tuna is one of harshest fish in terms of "fishiness" that there is. I like it but it's pretty fishy.

    I would say get some halibut from a good place and grill it with some black pepper and lemon pepper and salt. Best fish you will ever eat and it also doesn't taste like fish.
    agree with you that halibut is great.. Dont really agree with you on the ahi tuna.. I think it is great as well. I would def stay away from Salmon.. it is really fishy... in my opinion..



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    Re: fish recipes for someone who isn't a fish fan

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Janny View Post
    you must not have ever had good ahi. It has zero fishy taste when done right.
    Yep. Do you go a bit pinkish red in the middle? So good when its done that way.



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    Re: fish recipes for someone who isn't a fish fan

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    you must not have ever had good ahi. It has zero fishy taste when done right.
    I've caught a 131 and 1/2 lb Ahi tuna from Hawaii, I'd say that it is probably the freshest it can be, it still tastes like fish.



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    Re: fish recipes for someone who isn't a fish fan

    awesome, i'm actually kind of excited to get home and try some of this. If i can open up fish as an option then that will be awesome!



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    Re: fish recipes for someone who isn't a fish fan

    Getting fresh fish is really key. Old fish can be nasty no matter what you do. It's tougher in the midwest, but fresh fish shouldn't taste fishy.



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    Re: fish recipes for someone who isn't a fish fan

    Quote Originally Posted by bos View Post
    Yep. Do you go a bit pinkish red in the middle? So good when its done that way.
    damn near raw in the middle. fantastic. there's a restaurant in ankeny that serves it with a wasabi aoili that is just awesome


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