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Dutch Oven Fish

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Dutch Oven Fish
 
Ingredients:
 
6 8 inch fish fillets
 
1 t pepper,Ground
 
12 sl Bacon
Preparation:
 
Fillet the fish. Lay three slices of bacon on the bottom of a
 
DutchOven, put 1/2 a fish (one fillet), flesh-side-down, on each
 
slice. Sprinkle pepper lightly over upper sides of fish. Arrange a
 
second layer of bacon and fish at right angles to the first, and
 
continue to arrange other layers, each at right angles to one below
 
it, until all the fish halves are in the pot. Cover the Dutch Oven,
 
bury in coals, cook 35-40 minutes. Serve a slice of bacon with each
 
fillet. If you cook sunfish (bass, bluebills, crappie, etc......) this
 
way, skin them first.
 
 
Get ready for your next fishing trip
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Homemade Crispy Crackers on Tuesday, January 21, 2014 1:23 AM
This lovely recipe might be tastes good. I will have to try this once.
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