How to prepare/cook EEL
Posted January 16 2002 - 7:36 PM
Posted January 16 2002 - 8:03 PM
Posted January 17 2002 - 7:12 AM
Then you can either fillet, or just cook it whole or in pieces. Use seafood breader and fry em up.
Posted July 01 2006 - 9:19 AM
Posted July 10 2006 - 5:44 PM
Posted July 11 2006 - 9:47 AM
for cooking your catch, cut it in 2"-3" chunks and wash with lime/lemon juice real good. (this will quimically cook your fish) Then drain the liguid, and add pepper, some adobo seasoning (this contain salt). If you dont have any, use your favorite mix seasoning and add salt.
Then get some egg, breadcrums or flour and deep dry those chucks in Canola Oil medium heat (Olive Oil is fine but canola contains 10% of the Omega-3 body needs and taste better).
Serve with Lemon/Lime slices and your favorite salad/steak fries...
Posted July 11 2006 - 10:28 AM
live eels were skewered on sticks and cooked over charcoal
i watched a movie about a european family starving during WWII
there was one scene where they pulled a rope out of a river that had a horse's head tied to it
they were using it as eel bait, and it was very effective
"the tin drum"
good flick actually
Posted July 12 2006 - 8:02 AM
Posted July 12 2006 - 4:24 PM
Originally Posted by Striper Lover
Any type of meat will serve as a good source of bait. Some are more effective than others, but when the fish is hungry, they will eat anything. Kind of like us.... At least myself, will eat a horse if i am starving.....
watching the eels crawl in and out of the various openings in the horses head was a rather gut-wrenching visual
Posted July 13 2006 - 9:19 AM