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Old 06-21-2017, 09:11 PM
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Has anyone tried any of these nut toppings for fish?

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Looks interesting and would try it.

I had some oatmeal cookies last night that had sunflower seeds in them and they were quite good.
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We've made nut crusted fish before, but I wouldn't buy a product specifically to make it. If you like fish pared with nuts, try this Prudhomme recipe.

http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/me...sauce-52074831

We use farm raised catfish. It is great served with mashed taters and mirliton and corn Maquex Chouex. Pinot Gris for wine.
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I'd love any one of those.

I have used roughly chopped slivered almonds on fish before.

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Trout almondine is fantastic! If you want to get fancy...trout meuniere amandine .

If I recall correctly, you like brown butter, so I bet you would really like it. And, it's easy peasy.
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I do toasted almond slices - no mix. sometimes just toasted nuts, sometimes dressed up with bread crumbs + an oil/butter/apricot jam/OJ/etc 'streusel'
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