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shock
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05/17/2017 10:03PM
Pan seared with skin on, seasoned both sides. These were pan seared in Crisco bars with no breading.
 
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05/18/2017 09:27AM
I'm hoping for a couple of meals like that next week. Looks delicious. What did you season with?
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05/18/2017 11:42AM
quote hooky: "I'm hoping for a couple of meals like that next week. Looks delicious. What did you season with?"
I tried this for the first time and it's awesome with some garlic powder and black pepper. This combination was also excellent on the potatos we made.
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05/19/2017 06:15PM
Just did my one fillet at home with my wife and she has not been a fan of lake trout, but loved this !!!!!!!!!!! Get this seasoning.
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05/21/2017 08:40PM
Sometimes I clean the lake trout with skin on and try to remove some of the mini scales. On less than 20 inch lake trout I actually enjoy eating the skin.

Did you eat the skin?
shock
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05/22/2017 10:06AM
Absolutely, very tasty!
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04/03/2018 09:19AM
I'm going to try blackening LT this year. The walleye came out very good!
CoachBigD
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05/11/2018 10:57AM
shock: "These were pan seared in Crisco bars with no breading. "

What do you do with the grease afterward?
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05/18/2018 01:13AM
CoachBigD: "shock: "These were pan seared in Crisco bars with no breading. "
What do you do with the grease afterward?"

With this recipe we use very little Crisco but whats left is poured over the coals and pan wiped with a paper towel and in the fire it goes and pan is ready for the next fish fry , i like simplicity :)
 
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