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Bluefish Soup Recipe

Discussion in 'Cooking Recipe's' started by Love2Fish, Oct 23, 2015.


  1. Love2Fish

    Love2Fish Petty Officer
    Thread Started By

    Bluefish can be very good to eat if you cook them correctly. Its best to bleed the fish at the catch site and eat them that day. The older they get the more fishy they taste. Cut out any dark meat. Cook it inside foil on the grill. This steams the fish and the fishy taste steams away. Wouldn't suggest frying the fish. This method keeps the fishy taste locked in. Here is a favorite recipe of mine. South Carolina Bluefish soup:

    South Carolina Bluefish Soup
    1 ½ lb bluefish fillets
    ½ lb sliced bacon
    3 medium onions, chopped
    3 stalks celery, chopped
    2 medium potatoes, cubed
    1 can tomatoes (15 ounce)
    2 cans chicken broth
    1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
    1 tablespoon sugar
    1 package frozen corn (10-ounces)
    1 package frozen sliced okra

    Cut bacon into small pieces and fry lightly. Add onion and celery and stir 2-3 minutes. Drain. Place bacon, onion, and celery in soup pot. Add potato, tomatoes, sugar, chicken broth, and Worcestershire sauce. Bring to a boil and reduce heat, simmer 1 hour. Add bluefish, okra, and corn. Simmer 20 more minutes. Serves with oyster crackers or saltines. Serves 5-6.
     
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  2. bogman102

    bogman102 Seaman

    This sounds good! I like Bluefish and I like soups!
     
  3. Shrimp Gritter

    Shrimp Gritter Seaman Recruit

    This sounds delicious, thanks "snapper champion".
     
  4. tomkeys

    tomkeys Pirate

    Thanks for the recipe, will try sounds great!
     
  5. shrimpmansteve

    shrimpmansteve Carpenter

    Bleed em and ice em right away.
    Yes they are a little fishy but they are fish!!!:)

    Up north when you get 10 pound plus fish that eat bunker they are too oily and fishy. Nothing wrong with 2-3 pound blue handled right!
     
  6. Ricardo23

    Ricardo23 Treasure Hunter

    Thanks for the recipe, my wife loves fish soup.
     
  7. Bossman

    Bossman Moderator on Deck Staff Member

    I've had grilled blue fish before and don't think it's bad at all.
     
  8. Fishfinder

    Fishfinder Blackbeard

    i never use to eat them but i have here and cut out the red and they were fine
     
  9. AL KEARCE

    AL KEARCE Matey

    That sounds good no matter what kind of fish used. Thanks.
     
  10. Alec Guito

    Alec Guito Cabin Boy

    the 1-5 pounders are the best. filet them and put some mustard butter and lemon on them, bake 300 like 10-15 minutes and its banging
     
  11. Sounds great, Ill have to try this next time I catch a Blue. I normally blled after caughting it and I have fried it. To me it doesnt have that fishy taste that everyone talks about.
     
  12. mak

    mak Rigger

    Looks good. Will have to give it a try.
    I always used to fry mine too. Guess I just didn’t have a sophisticated pallet with enough sense to throw them back:D
     
  13. jacob928

    jacob928 Junior Member

    Sounds pretty good, I've never tried bluefish before
     
  14. Love2Fish

    Love2Fish Petty Officer
    Thread Started By

    Post your full recipe!
     
  15. GaryD

    GaryD Junior Member

    I know most people do not like blues, but I actually enjoy them. Especially fried.
     

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