Mickey & T's Fish
Brush fish with vegetable oil, rub spice on filets &/or inside cavity of whole fish. Squeeze 1/2 lemon onto fish and broil/cook about 10 minutes per inch of fish and a little longer for dense fish like tuna or halibut. Makes great tasting fish from the oven, broiler or grill.
Mickey & T's Stove Top "Limed Fish"
Mix Mickey & T's Fish rub with vinegar, lime juice and oil to create a unique marinade for fish. Add a little oil to the preheated pan. Cook fish till done; usually 10 minutes per inch. Serve on top of steamed fresh vegetables. Don't over cook.
* Or the above recipe even makes a great salad dressing.
In glass dish, combine oil, lemon juice and Mickey & T's Fish Rub. Dredge salmon in mixture, turning over several times. Let set (in dish) at room temperature for 10 minutes. Place/arrange on holder and lock. Place over ready coals ( or even mesquite chips added to coals) and grill 4-5 minutes per side. (Remember Salmon Steaks have bones- you can always substitute fillets, so no bones). Serves 6
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Pecan Crusted Tilapia
Start by heating pan to medium, adding both the oil and butter. Keep watch, so butter doesn't burn.
In shallow dish, dredge filets thru milk ; lifting to drain the excess. Place on plate; sprinkle Mickey & T's Fish Rub on the fish. and add the Pecans onto fish. Turn over, coating both sides of the fish with the Pecans. Press gently to ensure the nuts stick to the fish. Repeat until all the filets are covered on both sides with Pecans.
Place fish in the heated pan, partially cover and cook 1-4 minutes (watch if turning dark too quickly, lower heat). Turn (flip over) fish and continue cooking another 3-6 minutes until done and golden brown on both sides.
Plate and serve with steamed vegetables.