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eyeguy 54

Smoked Crappies

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Smoked a couple  up this weekend and really better than I thought they would be. 

fillet fish leave skin on

for brine

1/2 cup noniodine salt

1 cup sugar

1 qt water

brine overnight

rinse, pat dry and let sit out for an hour or so. 

sprinkle with a seasoning if you like. I did lemon pepper on a couple and seafood magic on a couple. 

have smoker heated to 200

put in smoked with a little cherry wood

smoke 1 hour and done.  should be about 155 degrees internal. 

nom nom nom ! ! ! 

 

 

 

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I remember you jabbering something about smoking some crappies at the GTG but I don't hear the best so I thought-What? :crazy:

They look Great! :)

 

 

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jabber jabber... thats me.

 

mixed up 4 pieces today for a sandwich spread with mayo and yellow sweet peppers and some pepper. dang ! ! !  for lunch thursday while on a perch hunt. sessi inhaled the skins !  LOL   

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made some spread with mayo and diced up yellow peppers and pepper. Had 2 sandwiches today. Outstanding.  Home from fishing and put some on a couple honey graham crackers......  man oh man !!   good stuff ! ! !   great taste combo ! 

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Smoked crappie yum yum yum

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nom nom nom ! !  @monstermoose78  @Rick G

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Looks smoking eyeguy

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1 hour ago, eyeguy 54 said:

nom nom nom ! !  @monstermoose78  @Rick G

 

 

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I think play this already? :whistle::lol:

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3rd smoke.   just gets better and better.  good for breakfast :) 

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