jack, was it you who applied for the job?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by stumpjumper, Jul 5, 2012.

  1. jack404

    jack404 Former Guest

    Jan 11, 2010
    Australia
    nope but know who it was
     

  2. I don't see the problem, a seafood stand that sells shrimp and crab cakes on the beach could easily add a little crocodile. Instead of a nuisance they become an asset.

    Crocodile with mango and basil sauce
    12 oz. crocodile meat, cut into thin slices
    1 oz. peanut oil
    1 oz. basil leaves
    1 oz. parsley
    1 garlic bud, chopped fine
    4 tsp white wine vinegar
    1 C olive oil
    1 medium mango, stone removed and peeled
    Salt and pepper to taste

    Heat peanut oil in a frying pan, sauté seasoned crocodile pieces for about three minutes then set aside and keep warm. Blend basil, garlic, parsley, vinegar and olive oil in a food processor until smooth, set aside. Slice mango thinly and arrange on plate. Place crocodile slices in the center, drizzle basil sauce around the plate and garnish with fresh herbs.

    Basically treat crocodile like pork or chicken using the same recipes. To keep it simple use shake and bake. Seems like cheating but good is good. :D
     
  3. Woodnut

    Woodnut Forum Sponsor Supporting Member

    Jul 1, 2008
    Daphne, Al
    Sounds good.

    Didn't know you had crocks in WI. Where did you cook that. ?
     
  4. In New Mexico when I was in the Navy, A Filipino friend gave me a hunk of a tail and the recipe.
     
  5. jack404

    jack404 Former Guest

    Jan 11, 2010
    Australia
    croc's good eating , sweet thai chilli dipping sauce and 3/4" cube pan fried chunks and all is good a good ale to wash it down and you'll feel like you just been knighted and still have your ear ;)
     
  6. raven818

    raven818 Well-Known Member Supporting Member

    Oct 3, 2011
    Jax, Fl.
    Shark meat is dense. When fried it doesn't come to the top of the pan when it's done.
    How about crock meat? A person I met fishing says he get's it once-twice a year. I may take him up on the offer. The only time I ever ate it was in a restaurant, and it was so strong with garlic, I couldn't eat it.
     
  7. jack404

    jack404 Former Guest

    Jan 11, 2010
    Australia
    never deep fried it , grilled or pan fried here
     
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