This is one of those recipes that if you are preparing it for adults you don’t want them to see the ingredients, and if you are preparing for kids, you do want them to see the ingredients.
I have to admit I was skeptical myself but it really does taste great.
I don’t’ have a good name for this recipe except another “walleye recipe”
4 Pickerel fillets
1 Large white onion
1 cup Ketchup – no need to really measure; enough to cover everything
Salt and Pepper to taste
Garlic to taste
4 sheets of heavy tin foil or double with light sheets
Spread butter on tin foil sheets
Place fillets on top of tin foil sheets
Slice onion and place on fillets
Season with S & P & Garlic
Top with ketchup
Fold and close tin foil packages
Place on hot BBQ and remove when tin foil expands – about 5 minutes
Thanks to Daryl Beamish for this recipe. Except for the fact that I know Daryl has caught and cooked more than a few walleye in his day, I wouldn’t even had tried it. But I did and it is great.
The salad Karen created as a side dish was awesome too. It is simply spinach, roasted corn off the cob, toasted pine nuts and fresh blueberries. The dressing is a home made raspberry vinaigrette.