Cobia Keep Cookin’

Cobia are still being found throughout the Lady K’s home waters and surprising anglers who are searching for King Mackerel, Tuna and Snapper. Cobia are opportunistic feeders, meaning they will eat whatever they may come across. Crabs are a favorite food but at the cleaning station our crew has discovered they also enjoy squid, octopus, …

Spicy Baked Mustard Fish

 This is a quick and easy baking recipe that can used for fish such as snapper, grouper, orange roughy, cobia, redfish (red drum), snook and porgy. Serving sides of fresh steamed green beans, glazed carrots, sauteed yellow squash and dinner rolls will yield 4 servings. Prep time is around 6 minutes and cook time is …

Fresh Fish Parmesan

This recipe is for those whose cooking style may not be on the grill. Use any kind of firm, white meat fish such as snapper, grouper, flounder, catfish, cobia, triggerfish or snook. This recipe can be accompanied by oven fried potatoes, coleslaw and fresh pineapple  yielding 6 servings.  Ingredients: 6 (8 ounce) fresh fish fillets …

Old Florida Style Fish Cakes

  You can use any kind of firm, white fleshed fish, such as snapper, grouper, grunt, wahoo, cobia, snook and triggerfish. The most important thing to remember is to pat the fish dry with a paper towel prior to “flaking” the fish. Prep Time: 35 minutes                          Cook Time: 30 minutes Ingredients: 8 Jumbo sized shrimp; tail …

Key Lime Ceviche

 This recipe works great with yellow-tail snapper, coney grouper, hogfish, cobia and even grunt. An old Florida recipe that is great for those hot summer days. For best results, use freshly squeezed juices.  Prep Time: 20 minutes                                       Marinating Time: 3 – 4 hours  Ingredients: 3 pounds fish fillets                      1 Cayenne pepper, fine chopped 3 …