R. Karl's Kitchen

Years ago, when I realized that I liked to eat fish as much as I liked to catch them, I also realized that just dipping a fillet into some sort of batter and frying it was going to get boring after a while -- especially if I were going to eat fish on a fairly regular basis. And so began the quest of trying to determine just how many ways a walleye could be successfully prepared... and which one would lend itself to any particular occasion or menu.

Dinner in the Cabin

There were a lot of recipes that were discovered and attempted; much experimentation took place, and lots of sources were consulted. The walleyes were followed by blue gills, then northern pike, bass, crappie, perch and even smelt. I even substituted salt water varieties for my freshwater choices, and suddenly a whole new world opened up.

Of course there were successes... and even a few failures along the way! What you will find here are some of my favorites -- the tried and true recipes that have always been greeted with smiles and compliments.  I promise that they are not difficult to prepare.  And even though I still appreciate a good ol' fish fry, I also promise that some of these may just open your eyes to some different -- and very tasty -- ways to enjoy your favorite catch!  


Recipe Categories

Horseradish Encrusted Fish
Fresh Fish

Kab Cakes with Hollandaise Sauce

Au Gratin Potatoes
Side Dishes

Walleye Cheek Dip

Spinach Salad

Canning Recipes

Rhubarb Pie