NATIONAL FISHING DAY-RECIPES AND CRAFTS

Being of Portuguese heritage fish was a big part of my diet growing up, rather it what was put on my plate often, and left on my plate as often lol.

I’m not sure how it even happened, one day as a young adult I woke up loving fish!
I think it started with missing my dad’s Albacore Tuna Steaks, one of a few fish I actually enjoyed as a kid.

When dad was alive he was only one phone call away for some cooked tuna delivery, who needs skip the dishes when you have home cooking!

Salmon is now one of my favorite fish, it wasn’t one I ever had growing up but somehow it became my favorite as an adult.

In the past I’ve marinated it and baked or grilled it but a family fave that my father in law ( who by the way won’t eat fish! Lol) makes for his fish lovers is how I now make it.

 

Bread Crumb Coated Salmon

Bread crumbs…we use Italian flavor   

( Sometimes now I do gluten free pieces for myself by simply substituting Club House lemon and herb spices for the crumbs)


1 egg mixed with a tad of water for every 4 fillets
Salmon fillets (we buy Kirkland at Costco. Wild caught)

Vegetable oil and a pan for frying ( I love my cast iron pan)

Cookie sheet

Parchment paper and a grilling/broiler rack  LIKE THIS ONE 

( no affiliation to Amazon, just use it often for reference, and shop there a lot lol)

On a Parchment paper lined cookie sheet place your broiler rack and turn the oven onto 350

Simply take your salmon fillets dip them in the egg mix on both sides and then the same into the crumbs.

Fry in hot oil over medium –high heat, approximately 4 mins per side ( until golden)

Transfer the cooked fillets onto the rack, when they are all fried place the cookie sheet in the oven and cook for 15 to 20 minutes longer.

We serve ours with French Fries and coleslaw, I only like the oil and vinegar type of coleslaw, no creamy cabbage for this girl!

salmon
Served on a vintage Noritake China plate. I picked up 4 of these for $5 a few months ago.

 

 I like fresh lemon juice squeezed over my cooked salmon.

A quick “fish sauce” if you prefer that, is some mayonnaise with chopped up dill pickles and some pickle juice to taste. I make this on the fly sometimes for battered cod, it is mostly to taste.
You want the consistency to be approximately half of what mayo is, but if you like less or more pickle juice, adjust accordingly, maybe even using water to thin with the juice.

I must point out I love eating fish but I am no fisherman! I cannot deal with worms, nor could I kill or clean the fish…hubz loves catch and release fishing, I love relaxing while he fishes!

One of my favourite shell fish is crab, not lobster, yuk, CRAB! Our kids devour crab like no ones business, I wish I could catch my own crab because a $35 crab barely feeds us lol, we tend to get it as a treat during holidays only.

 

 

For some summer decor I have slowly been adding and making nautical items for our den.
Below is the boat I recently made from scrap wood and scrap fabric.

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I sewed the sail but you can easily hot glue it, I hot glued the flag on, made from some ribbon.

 

You can see HERE the post for these fish crafts.

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Whether you like fishing, eating fish, or enjoy a pond or aquarium full of fish
Happy National Fishing Day!

Here is a picture of our goldfish Fred ,he is 5 years old! and approx. 6 inches.(9 with his tail) I love aquariums, and ponds!fish

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