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yourresort

Shore Lunch Best Recipes

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yourresort

I just had a few freshly caught walleye fillets deep fried. Nothing better!

We use Don's Chuckwagon onion ring batter with Coor's Light instead of water from the recipe on the package. Coor's Light is key, or at least some think so. Others think O'Dooles works fine.

What is your favorite Shore Lunch recipe?

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Paul Ness
Three Seasons Lodge on Otter Tail Lake

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Rainman

Where do you get that breading from?

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Paul Rohweller

Not to be boring but I like them the best just fried in the frypan with a touch of flour and salt and pepper. Regular shore lunch is ok, the cajun style makes a nice change of pace occasionally. For me once you start adding alot of extra stuff it kills the flavor that we all enjoy. Must come from growing up in a bland food conservative family huh? lol Paul

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Paul Rohweller
Pine to Prairie Guide Service
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http://fishingminnesota.com/pinetoprairie

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deacon

I am with Paul, always have like the simple way.

1. Pat fish dry
2. Season fish with lowry's salt and pepper.
3. Shake fish in flour
4. Remove fish from flour and shake excess flour off of fish. Fish will be very lightly coated but cook nice and crisp.

Yum Yum!!!

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yourresort

Don's Chuckwagon Onion Ring Mix can be found in many local grocery stores. (Not by other shore lunch!)

It is easy to mix. You can pan fry, but it is great deep fried. The batter coats the fillet evenly so when it is dipped into the deep fryer, it creates a solid breading around the fillet.

When deep frying, the fillet is cooked faster and thus doesn't sit in the oil as long. It comes out with the breading golden, the fillet white and flakey and the whole thing delicious!

Man, I am getting hungry!

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Paul Ness
Three Seasons Lodge on Otter Tail Lake

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