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Striper Cocktail Sauce Recipe:

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Striper Cocktail Sauce Recipe:Boil some striper fillets for 10-12 minutes in salt water. Cool down fillets, break up into small pieces, and chill.In a mixing bowl put 1-12 oz. jar of catsup; 1-12 oz. jar of Del Monte cocktail sauce; 1-8 oz. can of tomato sauce; 2-table spoons of horseradish; 2-table spoons of minced garlic (fresh or jar); 1-teaspoon of lemon juice; a sprinkling of Tabasco sauce; and a sprinkling of parsley (fresh or dried). Stir up well and chill. For serving, add the chilled striper to the bowl of sauce and stir. Eat with Saltines, Hi Ho, or your choice of cracker. The ingredients can be slightly adjusted to your taste.

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I'm a sucker for Striper (or any fish for that matter :) ) but the sauce sounds great. It doesn't take much to make me salivate. :lol: Anyhing with horseradish and garlic is good.

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It tastes like crab cocktail and people swear that's what it is. It is great tasting stuff.

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I like my striper cooked :) baked,fried or BBQ its always good. :) now Im hungry.

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I like my striper cooked :) baked,fried or BBQ its always good. :) now Im hungry.
It's cooked and I had never eaten it boiled before and now it's one of my favorite ways to eat it.

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Striper's, ah yes..Had Alot of them this winter..We do it Walleye style..Soak your Filet's over nite in salt water.in a covered plasic container in your fridge. Pat dry, between 2 paper towel's. Now ,with the filet's, drop 'em in a Bag of white flour (to coat) then fry them in butter, low fat marg.,some type Butta..Don't turn often, only 1 time..Cook till crusty on each side, Open the Beer!! These are .Excellent, Dude..like walleyes..this is an old Wis. recipe I got from a guy at the Site 6 pier last winter..Cat fish, same way..steven49

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Try boiling the bass in seven up, instead of salt water.

Tom

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