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Old 10-23-2014, 03:01 PM
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Default Has anyone tried to make smoked walleye

make it or taste it? How was it?
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Old 10-23-2014, 03:04 PM
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Never done walleye but have salmon and lake trout, only one way to find out. Do it!
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Smoked walleye is delicious!

Simple brine and smoke.
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Old 10-24-2014, 03:46 PM
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Smoked walleye is delicious!

Simple brine and smoke.
explain this simple brine ( new to me) use the planks or not?
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A simple brine is basically Kosher salt, sugar and water. You can add flavors if you like- onion garlic, etc.

a basic formula is .75 cup Kosher (Do not use table salt) .5 cup sugar and a gallon of water. Warm up a quart or so of water and dissolve your dry ingredients and let cool a bit. Top off to a gallon with chilled water and plop in your fish for perhaps 4 hours. If you did not season the brine you can season them before you smoke. Don't add salt BTW.

I'd think you'd want to run them pretty hot... they are delicate and you don't want a ton of smoke on them anyway.

Personally... I'd not even smoke 'em... they'd be baked or fried :{)
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