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RELENTLESS-FER's Photo RELENTLESS-FER Posts: 1,417
3/3/10 7:02 A

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I use a food steamer for my fish and then season it with some Mrs. Dash. The fish is very moist and flaky.

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CALLIOPEDAK's Photo CALLIOPEDAK Posts: 3,242
1/9/10 2:15 P

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Yep, it's great for fish -- as long as you get a model with removable plates. The fixed ones never seem to get clean enough to remove the fishy smell.

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1/9/10 12:35 P

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You've reminded me a that I can use the George Foreman to cook fish. I have not done that lately. I like to buy the frozen salmon fillets for convenience and they would be great on there.

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11/8/09 12:40 P

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My favorite way to eat the meatier fishes is grilled.

I rub it with a little lemon pepper or Mediterranean Sea Salt blend, then throw it on the George Foreman Grill for the required minutes. Fast and delicious!

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11/8/09 12:35 P

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Grilled? Poached? Fried? Sauce or rub or both? Share your favorite recipes for seafood here!

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