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  • Recipes from Alaskan Reel Affair Charters LLC
    Avocado half peeled the Lime Juice 2 tablespoons of the Water the Scallion the Cumin the Cayenne the Sour Cream and Salt and Pepper to taste scraping down the sides of the blender until the sauce is smooth Transfer the sauce to a small bowl and stir in enough additional Water to thin the sauce to the desired consistency Grill the Halibut brushed generously on both sides with the Oil

    Original URL path: http://www.reelaffair.com/recipes_2.asp?todo=Detail&ID=777 (2016-04-25)
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  • Recipes from Alaskan Reel Affair Charters LLC
    Oregano 2 Tablespoons ground Coriander 2 Tablespoons ground Cumin 2 Tablespoons granulated Garlic 1 Tablespoon Salt 1 Tablespoon coarsely ground Black Pepper 12 dried New Mexican Red Chile Pods ends removed and roughly chopped without removing Seeds if New Mexican Chilies are not available use other whole dried Mexican Chilies such as Chile Negro or Chile Pasilla see note 4 8 ounce Halibut Fillets To make Adobado Combine the Vinegar and Water in a blender Add Oregano Coriander Cumin Granulated Garlic Salt Pepper and Chilies and combine until well incorporated The mixture will be chunky because of the dried Chilies Store tightly covered in the refrigerator until ready to use The Marinade mixture will keep for approximately 2 months Makes 2 1 4 cups To make Halibut Place Halibut Fillets in a bowl and brush with Adobado until sufficiently covered Cover tightly with plastic wrap and refrigerate 1 to 3 hours To grill Prepare a medium fire in the grill Remove excess Marinade and rub some Olive Oil onto the Fillets before placing on grill to prevent sticking Depending on thickness of Fillets grill fish 2 to 3 minutes on each side or until Fish flakes easily with a fork

    Original URL path: http://www.reelaffair.com/recipes_2.asp?todo=Detail&ID=776 (2016-04-25)
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  • Recipes from Alaskan Reel Affair Charters LLC
    Parmesan Cheese 2 1 8 Teaspoons Crushed Red Pepper Flakes 1 4 Teaspoon Onion Powder 1 4 Teaspoon Garlic Powder Salt and Pepper to Taste In a 10 inch skillet heat Oil over low heat cook Onion 3 minutes Add Garlic and cook 1 minute Add Broccoli sprinkle with Onion and Garlic Powder and cook an additional 2 minutes Toss with Hot Pasta Butter Cheese and Red Pepper Add Salt

    Original URL path: http://www.reelaffair.com/recipes_2.asp?todo=Detail&ID=170 (2016-04-25)
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  • Recipes from Alaskan Reel Affair Charters LLC
    Cabo Wabo Tequila or other brand MARINADE Combine all Marinade ingredients except the fish in a shallow container mix well Add the fish and Marinate at least 15 minutes PEPPER BED Toss Peppers Onions and Garlic together Heat oil in a skillet saute Peppers in hot oil until just soft Season with Cilantro Tequila and Sea Salt CABO WABO SAUCE In a small saucepan saute the Garlic in Butter When

    Original URL path: http://www.reelaffair.com/recipes_2.asp?todo=Detail&ID=516 (2016-04-25)
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  • Recipes from Alaskan Reel Affair Charters LLC
    PIECES AND SET ASIDE DRESSING 2 3 CUP OIL OLIVE OIL 1 3 C WHITE VINEGAR 2 TSP SUGAR MORE OF LESS DEPENDING ON TASTE BUDS 1 TSP DILL WEED 1 2 TSP SALT 1 2 TSP GROUND BLACK PEPPER 1 4 TSP GRANULATED GARLIC POWDER WHISK OR SHAKE TO COMBINE SET ASIDE UNTIL THE FISH IS DONE THEN SHAKE AGAIN BEFORE TOSSING WITH THE GREENS START WITH ABOUT HALF THE DRESSING YOU CAN ADD MORE AS DESIRED IT IS IMPORTANT THIS IS ALL READY WHEN YOU START COOKING THE FISH AS THE FISH ONLY COOKS BRIEFLY AND THE SALAD TASTES MOST DELICIOUS WHEN THE HALIBUT IS HOT HALIBUT 1 LB HALIBUT CUT INTO CHUNKS 1 TSP LEMON PEPPER 2 TB OLIVE OIL SEASON THE HALIBUT WITH LEMON PEPPER AND THEN DIP IN THE OLIVE OIL USING AN INDOOR ELECTRIC GRILL ON MEDIUM OR A HEAVY DUTY PAN ON MEDIUM COOK THE FISH 4 6 MINS PER SIDE UNCLVOERED IT IS HARD TO GRILL THE SMALL PIECES ON AN OUTDOOR GRILL SO IF YOU PREFER TO COOK THE FISH THAT WAY KEEP IT IN TWO HALF POUND FILLETS COOK COVERED OVER MEDIUM COALS ABOUT 4 MINS PER SIDE THEN CUT

    Original URL path: http://www.reelaffair.com/recipes_2.asp?todo=Detail&ID=1296 (2016-04-25)
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  • Recipes from Alaskan Reel Affair Charters LLC
    Juice Salt First grill one side while adding Salt Pepper a mixture of Butter Lemon Juice Flip and repeat Flip and add Garlic Repeat Flip and add Red Pepper Repeat Do same for both fillets Keep fliping till both sides are brown adding occasional Salt Pepper Alaska Salmon Halibut Fishing Trips Alaska Salmon Halibut Fishing Photos Sitka Alaska Information Fishing Links Site Map Copyright 2016 Alaskan Reel Affair Charters LLC

    Original URL path: http://www.reelaffair.com/recipes_2.asp?todo=Detail&ID=720 (2016-04-25)
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  • Recipes from Alaskan Reel Affair Charters LLC
    into a non reactive saucepan and boil over medium high heat Add Sugar Reduce Wine to 3 4 cup Mix Cornstarch with Cold Water Wine should be Syrupy To thicken wine a little further slowly stir in Cornstarch a little at a time until it becomes a Sauce like consistency Cook Carrots in three parts salted water with one part 7 UP or Sprite Add a teaspoon of Sugar and

    Original URL path: http://www.reelaffair.com/recipes_2.asp?todo=Detail&ID=745 (2016-04-25)
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  • Recipes from Alaskan Reel Affair Charters LLC
    Tsp Pepper 1 Tbsp Lemon Juice 1 Tsp Chopped Parsley Combine Garlic Oil Basil Salt Pepper Lemon Juice and Parsley Add fish and marinate for at least 2 hours Remove from Marinade and reserve liquid Lightly Oil broiler pan or grill Broil for about 5 minutes on each side Brush with remaining Marinade and heat another minute Serves 2 Alaska Salmon Halibut Fishing Trips Alaska Salmon Halibut Fishing Photos Sitka

    Original URL path: http://www.reelaffair.com/recipes_2.asp?todo=Detail&ID=614 (2016-04-25)
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