Teal lake walleye pike recipe
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Recipe introTeal Lake Walleye Pike Recipe is a mouthwatering dish that showcases the delicate flavors of fresh walleye pike. This recipe combines the richness of Teal Lake's pristine waters with the succulent taste of the pike, resulting in a truly delightful meal. With simple ingredients and easy-to-follow instructions, this recipe is perfect for both experienced cooks and beginners alike. Whether you're a fan of fish or looking to try something new, this Teal Lake Walleye Pike Recipe is sure to impress your taste buds.
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Teal lake walleye pike recipe details
- 6 walleye fillets, fresh or frozen
- 2 cups milk
- 2 Tablespoons salt
- 3 eggs
- 1 cup milk
- 2 cups cracker meal
- 1 cup flour
- Salt and pepper
Walleye, a mild freshwater fish, is native to the northern lakes. It is game fish that you can catch on your own, but if it is served in a restaurant or bought in a store, Canadian commercial source is required. This is how it is served by the fishing guides at a shorelunch on Teal Lake or in the dining room of Teal Lake Lodge every Friday.…Prudence Ross
Frozen fillets from a commercial source should be skinned while still frozen and then thawed under cold running water. Soak in a mixture of 2 cups milk and salt for at least 2 hours before serving. Dry well.
Heat oil or shortening in deep pan or electric skillet until drips of water disappear instantly but not yet smoking. (About 25 percent previously used fish oil is better…nobody seems to know why!) Blend together eggs and 1 cup milk. Mix cracker meal, flour, and salt and pepper to taste well in pan big enough to lay fish flat or in bag. Dip fish in egg/milk mix, then roll or shake fish in cracker meal mix. Let stand 5 minutes before frying. Lay fish in hot oil, round side up. Keep some cold oil handy in case hot oil gets smoky or too hot. Do not turn or flip fish.
Lift carefully with two spatulas when done. Drain on paper towels or fabric. Place on plate rounded side up. Garnish with tartar sauce (homemade is always best) and lemon wedges.
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