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Every Thursday my wife has some friends over, they paint and drink wine. We call it "Art Night". I sometimes will make a snack for them from whatever I fish I caught recently. Tonight I made my first "Striper Sandwitch". It was a big hit so I thought I would share how I made it.

First off you need to get on your jet ski and go catch a nice Striped Bass.



Fillet it up into 3/4 inch thick pieces.



Marinate ( I used a lemon peppercorn sauce) and bake fillets for 20 minutes at 450.
Then place fillets on bread of choice. I chose pumpernickel.




Slice up some tomato and onion.



Put onions, tomato and shredded mozzarella on the fillets and bread. Then place back in oven for two minutes.



Spread some Chipotle mayo on the other half of bread. Cover it up and dig in!

 

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Sounds/looks great, something new for me to try.....thanks. :thumbsup:
Do you make the lemon peppercorn sauce yourself?
 

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Just another great way to make a tasty meal. I outdid myself. Tried a Chinese method. I have always been confounded on how the Chinese flavor their pepper steak, shrimp & brocoli, etc.

I took a nice fillet, chunked it, cooked it in oil and sesame dressing. Removed that from the pan for a bit. Then cooked up fresh brocoli and a green pepper, after a bit of simmering of the veggies I added the fish back in and mixed the concoction from time to time. Served it over rice. Needless to say, it turned out real nice. :bow:

Gotta thank Brian for the inspiration to experiment! :thumbsup:
 
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