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    Cat Fish Stew

    Boneless Cat Fish Filets
    Sliced White Potatos
    Sliced Onions

    Water
    Salt and Pepper


    Layer cat fish, potatos and onions in your pot.
    Salt and pepper each layer
    Cover with water

    Cook till potatos are done....

    Make as much or as little as you want or need....

    Great with Hush puppies....

    Most people seem to think this sounds terrible when discussing the stew, but after they eat it they all love it.
    This is an old family recipie from Georgia.
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    That sounds delish. I have some alaskan pollack in my freezer I need to use up and this sounds like a new way to do it.

    I bought about 20 lbs of it at 1.49 lb. It made very good fish and chips, but I am just tried of the greasy stuff.
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    Wonder if it would work in a crockpot?
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    Wonder if it would work in a crockpot?
    I bet it would if you did the potatoes and onions first and then added the catfish at the end - say for under an hour.

    I just looked at some crock pot fish stew/soup recipes and they seem okay with dumping everything in all at once (except shrimp). Go for it!
    Last edited by Gingersnap; 09-24-2010 at 12:57 PM. Reason: New info.
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    Cat Stew

    Boneless Cat Filets
    Sliced White Potatos
    Sliced Onions

    Water
    Salt and Pepper


    Layer cat filets, potatos and onions in your pot.
    Salt and pepper each layer
    Cover with water

    Cook till potatos are purrfect....

    Make as much or as little as you want or need....

    Great with puppies....

    Most people seem to think this sounds terrible when discussing the stew, but after they eat it they all love it.
    This is an old family recipie from Korea.

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    Why waste a perfectly good cat. I use them for practice before squirrel and rabbit season.........:D
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    My dad used to make this; it was fantastic!
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    This is really good. Just make sure you are not using "mud cats" if you are making it with fish you caught.
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    Quote Originally Posted by obx View Post
    This is really good. Just make sure you are not using "mud cats" if you are making it with fish you caught.
    I haven't heart the phrase mud cat in a long time. Used to catch them in the Flint River. They were okay fried if they weren't very large but we usually threw them back if we were catching channel cats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Linda View Post
    Cat Fish Stew

    Boneless Cat Fish Filets
    Sliced White Potatos
    Sliced Onions

    Water
    Salt and Pepper


    Layer cat fish, potatos and onions in your pot.
    Salt and pepper each layer
    Cover with water

    Cook till potatos are done....

    Make as much or as little as you want or need....

    Great with Hush puppies....

    Most people seem to think this sounds terrible when discussing the stew, but after they eat it they all love it.
    This is an old family recipie from Georgia.
    That sounds good. Ever try adding tomatoes?
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