How to Cook Jack Crevalle?

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Crevalle jack, Caranx hippos is a common species of large marine fish. The fish grows to a maximum known length of 124 cm and a weight of 32kg. Crevalle jack can be cooked by grilling or baked at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
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1. Fillet the Jack if small enough; otherwise, use a hacksaw to cut steaks 3/4 of an inch thick. Place in a freezer bag after barely covering the fish with buttermilk. Get as much
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Put a live finger Mullet/Pogey under a popping cork. If that won't "call them in" nothing will. By the way, you should purchase and learn how to cast a "cast net"
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Answer My favorite way to cook amber jack is to bake it with lemon and butter. Have the fish cut into steaks or filets and put a pat or two of butter on top of each piece. Squeeze
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The Pacific jacksmelt is neither a jack nor a smelt: It's the largest silversides in the Pacific, and it is one of the most commonly caught fish off docks, piers and jetties in that
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Crevalle jack fish can be found in the coastal waters of Texas. They are known as very hard to catch fish, because they will fight very hard if they bite your hook. Most people do not eat this type of fish, but some choose to. If you need to learn how to cook jack crevalle you will find it very simple. Season the pieces of fish with sea salt and white pepper. Dredge each side of the fish in flour. Fry each side of the fish for about two minutes in vegetable oil. Remove the fish from heat and enjoy with your favorite sides.
Clean the jack crevalle. The best way to cook a jack is by grilling it with some herbs and salt. Grill it for 10 minutes. I even add grilled jack crevalle in my bean burritos. You can find more information at www.ehow.com-...
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