Capt. Karty's Seafood Specialties

Please do not wash or soak fillets before cooking. When necessary, handpick the fish scales or use the back of a knife to scrape them off. You will not believe the difference. Fish fillets are like sponges. Feel free to substitute fishes.

Easy does it!

Sprinkle fillets with Italian salad dressing, dry lemon pepper seasoning, or pesto and broil.

Fish on the Grill

Invest in a fish basket for grilling. Place a layer of sliced onions and green peppers, seasoned fillets (try Cajun) and another layer of onions and green peppers. Drizzle with butter, olive oil and/or lime juice. The vegetables keep the fish moist; do not despair if some char.

Tartar Sauce

Combine Mayonnaise, Sweet pickle relish, and Worcestershire Sauce.

Cocktail Sauce

Combine Ketchup, Lemon juice, 1-2 Tbs. Ground Horseradish, Chili Powder, and Celery Seed.

Breakfast Trout

Also served as entrée.
Fish Fillets
White wine or beer
Diced cheddar cheese
2 eggs

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In a blender, combine eggs and 1/8 cup cheese. Blend until liquefied. Melt butter in iron skillet. Add fish and sauté on both sides. Add 1/8 cup wine. Pour blended mixture over fish. Put skillet in oven and broil until a light brown crust is formed. Also can be prepared in one small dish for each serving.

Fish on Roasted Peppers

Slice several (green, red and/or hot) peppers and onions. Reserving some for topping, place in baking dish. Sprinkle with beer, Olive Oil, Worcestershire and pepper. Roast in a 450 degree oven on the top rack for 15 minutes. Sprinkle fillets with cumin and paprika (try other seasonings) on both sides; seasoned salt on one side. Dot fillets with butter. Lay fillets over roasted peppers. Top with reserved onions and peppers. Bake 10 minutes. Cover with grated Monterey Jack or Cheddar Cheese and parsley or chives. Bake until done and cheese is browned. Serve with rice or bread.

Cook fish fresh, rather than frozen, whenever possible!

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Redfish Royale

Redfish fillets
Fish stock
Chopped onion
Fresh Basil
Tomatoes; peeled, seeded, and chopped
Chopped garlic cloves
Whipping cream
Lemon juice
Cooked rice

To make stock, simmer uncovered (no longer than 15 minutes): 3 cups of water, 1-1? Lbs. washed fish bones, ? cup each chopped onion, carrot, and celery, lemon (squeeze and throw in). Skim the surface to remove scum and foam. Strain. Freeze any leftover.

Heat oven to 350 degrees. Sauté onion and garlic in butter until soft in ovenproof pan.Add fish; flip when browned. Cook; put in another pan and place in oven. Add tomatoes and stock to drippings in pan.Simmer; reduce. Add whipping cream, pepper, basil and 1 tsp. Lemon juice.Pour mixture over fish and serve with rice. If you desire a smooth sauce, strain before serving.

Cajun Barbequed Shrimp

Appetizer or entrée; serve on French or Italian Bread. 2 Lbs. Shrimp, peeled or unpeeled
1 stick butter and 3-4 Tbs. Olive Oil
White wine or beer
White and black pepper
Cayenne pepper
Chopped garlic and parsley
Juice of one lemon or lime

Heat in pan to simmer; let thicken. Add shrimp. Cook 5-10 minutes and pour over bread.

Shrimp in Basil Leaves

Shrimp, peeled and butterflied
Ham, Prosciutto, Canadian bacon, or cooked bacon
Sliced cheese
Large Basil leaves
Olive Oil or Salad Dressing

Cut meat and cheese into small pieces. Insert meat and cheese in a shrimp and roll in Basil leaf. Put shrimp on skewers. Drizzle well with Olive Oil or dressing. Grill or broil.