6 Reviews

Very easy to mix,just used the recipe for the breading for Lake Erie walleye.I made a egg bath dipped the fish in, then into the dry mixture,back into the egg bath,back into the dry and coating well then into skillet.I also used a grill or skillet press in the cast iron skillet.

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Timothy H. April 15, 2013

This is good and easy to make. I followed the recipe as written but my family thought it could have used more cayenne pepper as it was too mild for them. It is tasty and we enjoyed it.

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bmcnichol February 11, 2011

Nice rub and very tasty on fish! I made just as directed and found it to be a very nice flavor combination. Used on some tilapia that I pan fried and we really enjoyed - thanks for sharing the recipe!

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loof September 27, 2010

This was very good! It was very mild, but just enough to give a hint of flavor. We used it on baked chicken and it was so easy to make, with ingredients I already had on hand! We may add a little more cayenne next time, but that's just us! Made for your Conference Championship Football Pool win - congrats!!

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Troop Angel February 01, 2010

this is very tasty! I used it on my salmon with great results. Thanks, Chocolatl.

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Realtor by day, Chef by night December 06, 2009

This is a really interesting blend. I didn't review this the first time I used it, because I forgot! I used chicken the first time, making baked chicken. The second time was last night and I made baked pork chops. Very good on both. I'd like to try it on some salmon that I have in the freezer. Great job!

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FLUFFSTER November 16, 2009
Dry Rub for Fish