Monday, October 8, 2012


Well, the Wahoo that T caught turned out to be a huge success! It was DELICIOUS! I think that we ate in silence and kept saying...'this is good'... more silence... 'this is really good, super moist'.... you get the idea! I don't know if it was because this fish was caught in the Bahamas yesterday, but it was probably one of the best pieces of fish that I have had in a while! I'm not going to lie... I am not exactly sure of the specific recipe that he used.  I don't want to make it up, just in case you try it, and its terrible.  But, I can tell you an idea of what he did, and hopefully, you can recreate it! We are planning on making this again this week, since our freezer is now full of fresh fish.  If we figure out the exact recipe, I will post again! Here is an idea of what he did to the fabulous wahoo!

1 lemon
worcestershire sauce
freshly ground black pepper
italian bread crumbs
parmesan cheese
Monterey jack/mild cheddar mix of cheese


1.  Place the fish in a glass dish.  Coat the fish with the lemon juice, worcestershire sauce, and freshly ground black pepper.

2. In a separate bowl, mix together the bread crumbs, both cheeses, and enough mayonaise to hold the bread crumbs and cheese together.

3. Put the bread crumb mixture on all sides of the fish.

4. Cook in a 350 degree F oven for about 30 minutes.  If it is still not done, put it back in for another 8 minutes.  We had HUGE filets, so it may have taken a little longer.



Look at the delicious white inside

Our fabulous meal!  Very thankful for that sporadic fishing trip!

Until next time...

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