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This video from Dan Hernandez shows you how to cook freshly caught Lingcod.
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How to Cook Lingcod
Male 1: This won't take a little bit long, yeah this will take about a whole 45 seconds and I got slammed. I wasn’t sure if I had a rock or fish and then the rod—Jay goes, “Yeah I think that one is a fish.” So just keep pointing on it, just normal fishing. Just keep the rod in front of you. Use the boat as the boat lifts up. Oh I got a big rock fish. I thought rock fish didn’t like these things. There we go. That’s a good eater.
Male 2: Yup that’s a copper, copper rock fish.
Male 1: These aren’t rock cod these are rock fish, right? You call this one a copper?
Male 2: Copper, fighting Bob, a white belly, there’s a bunch of names but that’s very good eating.
Male 1: Yeah I was going to say all these white meat fish tastes delicious. I mean awesome fish to have. Well we’re going to take a little break from the action and show you what this fish taste like. Let’s visit The Galley and show you how to cook up one of this beautiful rock fish.
This week in The Galley, I want to show you a nice, simple recipe to do. We’re going to be cooking up lingcod. But it could be any rock fish, any white fish, it’s about the same. Now this is a piece of Lingcod here that we caught locally and what we’re going to today is just pan fry it here. I already have a little bit of olive oil in here and you add some flavor to it, just put it in. If you put just butter in there, it would burn in the pan that’s why we have the olive oil together, makes a nice combination. And what I'm going to do is take some of the brand new spice rub that I have out. This particular one is lemon pepper. It’s really nice and different. There's a nice bite to it and what I'm going to do is just sprinkle it on.
That’s what I'm putting on both sides. With a white fish like this, you don’t have to do a lot to it. This is going to add a little bit flavors to it. White fish like this like lingcod, rock fish, white snapper, it’s real nice, the generic type of fish so you could make it taste anything you want by adding flavor to it. So I got this warming up a little bit. I go ahead and put the fish right on top of this. Very good, just like that.
Okay this fish is cooking up really nice. All I want to do now, add a little more citrus taste to it, a little wine and a little lemon. I try and really add the flavor of the—I'm just going to flip this over one more time. And this time I'll do the same thing, a little bit more lemon and a little bit more lime and we can add a little bit more of the—onto it.
Now what we’re going to do is just take this off. And you can eat it just like this. What I like to do is add a little bit of my dipping sauce to it. This is a lemon-lime. I'm just keeping the whole theme of the lemon-lime, lemon-lime dipping sauce, just like that and we’re using the spices of that lemon pepper in it and just put that in. That’s delicious. Now there’s a little addition to is, we could—just like this, a little bowl of fruit, a little piece of fish. It’s a really nice, simple dish you can do. You can do this on the boat, use a barbecue grill or pan because it works out really nice. You will look for the spices and rubs on our website and the dipping sauce are in you local shopping centers, also find it on our website too.
Well let’s get back on the water and show you more exciting action here on Sport Fishing.