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Baked Creole Catfish 2 years 11 months ago #1


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I just threw this together tonight. I used one channel catfish fillet. I used the whole head to tail fillet, not just the tail like some people do. I also baked it in my cast iron skillet.

1. Catfish fillet(s)
2. Creole to taste (I just barely dusted mine)
3. Rosemary
4. Olive Oil

Rinse and dry the fish. Sprinkle creole and rosemary to taste (again, I went very light with the seasonings). Flip and get the other side. Pour a little olive oil in you pan, put the fish in skin-side down, and put a little more oil on. Bake at 350F for 20ish minutes. Maybe closer to 25.


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It was really good. This is the first catfish I have had in forever (I've had it once before). The tail tasted like walleye, and the dorsal area tasted like chicken. I really couldn't believe that myself, but it did--even the yellowish meat.
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Baked Creole Catfish 2 years 10 months ago #2


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LOOKS AWSOME!!!!
A MUST TRY...
THANKS FOR THE POST.
WHEN THE BEERS GONE
WERE GONE...
END OF STORY!!!!!!
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Baked Creole Catfish 2 years 4 months ago #3

Aww its look yummy.. now i will go to eat this dish.
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Baked Creole Catfish 1 year 5 months ago #4


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Hmmm nice dish, It looks really good. I just taste or try to make this dish but I will surely try this dish at my home.
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Baked Creole Catfish 5 months 2 weeks ago #5


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Nice recipe you got there. I must give it a try.
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