Question Good white perch/croaker recipe.

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    Default Good white perch/croaker recipe.

    I have a freezer full of Croaker and White Perch Fillets. I have been pan frying them, but I am looking for a healthier option. Does anyone know a way to bake or broil?

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    Cover them with Italian Dressing and put them on a Webber Kettle Charcoal Grill for 15-20 min.
    with indirect heat..

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    spary a cookie sheet with Pam, dip the perch/coraker fllets in cornmeal/wheatflour/cracker crumb and bake for 25/30 minutes at 400.

    or heat tablespoon of peanut oil in a wok, throw in the filets to get started, add some chopped hot peppers, soy sauce and chopped cabbage or string beans and stir fry. make sure you break the filets up a little as you stir.

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    I have to try that sounds good

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    Rub with black bean garlic sauce from the international aisle. Bake

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    simply paint some olive oil on them and bake for ten minutes. If you want to get a little fancy, add lemon zest and dried chives to them before they go in the oven.

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    I do the olive oil also, then sprinkle with old bay!! quick bake for 8-12 minutes...

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    beat a couple eggs, dip the fillets then roll in Zatarans Seafood panko style coating and bake.

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    My wife tried this the other night. Diced tomatoes, garlic, diced zucchini, mushrooms and croaker fillets in a cast iron skillet. Simmer in the juices of the vegetables until the fillets are done. Like someone stated above, break up the fillets while you are cooking them. This is VERY healthy and tastes great. She served it with wild rice and fresh cucumbers from the garden.
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    Dry your fillets with paper towels and rub them with your favorite seafood spices including a little curry powder. Saute some minced onion in olive oil in a large pan on med-low heat. Add the fillets and cook on both sides for a few minutes on each side. Serve with wedges of lemon and or lime. Delicious!

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