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    Blackened fish sandwiches

    These have become a favorite around my house. First I Hit the fish with blackening season and cook on hot griddle. The sauce is a combo of mayo and mango and peach chutney.
    top with tomato, avocado and pickled red onions and serve on a toasted bun.
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    #2
    Looks yummy. What type of fish are you using?

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    • RamaJama
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      Mahi, but I reckon grouper or snapper would be good too
      Last edited by RamaJama; July 31, 2020, 07:31 PM. Reason: Autocorrect changed mahi to mahogany. I cannot recommend a mahogany sandwich.

    • 58limited
      58limited commented
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      But if mahogany is the color of the sear on the meat or the toast on the bread that's ok, right?

    #3
    Yup,,,I’d eat that

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      #4
      They look like they would make great fish tacos, too!

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        #5
        Golleee, I just went from hungry to starving!!! Not sure the fish sticks in the freezer will come close to that.....

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        • Steve R.
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          Nope, they will just make you hungrier for actual fish. At least that's how my mind works.

        #6
        That is a really good looking sandwich!

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          #7
          that crust is perfect! when you say "hot griddle" how did you get the right temp. medium for a long preheat or did you just get it screaming hot on high?

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          • RamaJama
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            Preheated the grill with all three burners on medium high for about 15 minutes. I think it’s traditional to cook in melted butter, but I just put a layer on canola oil down on the griddle.

          #8
          Yellow hammer!

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            #9
            I eat mine with chipotle Mayo, pickled red onions, and cilantro. I may give this a try. What fish? It's always catfish from one of the stock tanks here.

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            • RamaJama
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              That sounds delicious. This is just some mahi from the grocery store.

            #10
            Yeah...I could DESTROY a couple of those. ;-)
            Looks great.

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              #11
              Now THAT’S a fish sandwich, beautiful!

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                #12
                Nicely done. Love any type of sandwich. This one looks great!

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