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This is a discussion on Spring in the Ozarks... within the Fish and Amphibians forums, part of the Water Gardening category; Nice cats, BD! I like the last pic too, especially that guy in the middle ...
Nice cats, BD! I like the last pic too, especially that guy in the middle munching on the leaf. Well, nobody said catfish have to be bright. Just tasty!!!
I can't help it. Being from the country and all, I see dinner when I look at your pictures. Crispy-fried cornmeal catfish is just to die for...the fresher the better
I just had some last Saturday with a bit of tartar sauce and a squeeze of lemon.
I leaned towards blackened catfish.
You know, I have never tried catfish - maybe one day, if I ever go on holiday again on your side of the Atlantic.
Are they meaty or flaky?
They are flaky if they are cooked right. If they're too soggy, they might as well be monkfish (which I think is nasty)...
Trust me. You would love the tasty little critters
LOL! I would have said they're meaty! But the farm-raised ones are supposed to not taste muddy like the wild ones. I've never had a wild one, so I don't know.
I think Bruce should put one up on O-bids - he has so many...
Southern catfish is cut REALLY THIN (you can almost see through it) making it crispy. I have had it before where the texture seems meaty (but those are thick cuts...and they get soggy quickly)...
Ahh...that's all we get up here. The whole filet. I don't fry, so there's no soggy. I spice it and grill it, which works fine.