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    Today's Catch: Bluefish

    [Cover photo by Dorel.] See other kinds of fish in my companion Today's Catch cookbooks.

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    1 Reviews |  By Oolala

    From an easy recipe card from the fish counter. Boston Bluefish is considered an oily fish with a rich, strong flavor and less white meat. The fat is distributed throughout the flesh keeping it moist during cooking. FYI-If you've never had bluefish before, it's strong taste doesn't work with any preparation the way a milder fish might. I used to have it broiled rather simply, with butter and lemon and a touch of paprika, which is fine but this will be a nice change of pace.

    Recipe #211864

    1 Reviews |  By Oolala

    Works well for strong flavored fish like tuna, bluefish, and mackerel. From a fish cookbook ripped from the days when I didn't keep track of the source.

    Recipe #221639

    8 Reviews |  By Wendy10

    Nothing like fresh caught Blues on a Cape Cod summer day. This recipe comes from our son Chip who loves to fish, he says it comes from someone at his work who is Portuguese. It would work with other types of fish too but Bluefish is the best. Don't worry about the mayonnaise, it will completely disappear. It's easy to prepare and best of all, easy to clean up.

    Recipe #95117

    4 Reviews |  By Dancer^

    This recipe was so good that we had to share it.

    Recipe #119508

    Recipe #131142

    2 Reviews |  By Dorel

    Thanks to NurseDi's Flounder and Spinach bake for the idea for this recipe.

    Recipe #94497


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