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It’s well known that Fishermen have the odd opinion or two about most things, but when it comes to the best way of cooking up the latest catch then there are no end of possibilities.

That’s why XXXX GOLD has developed Hook 'n' Cook exclusively for the users of Fishnet. If you think you know the best way to get fish from bait to plate, then why not share it with the rest of the Fishnet community?

But we are not just interested in how you cook it, this isn’t a recipe section, we want to know the how you treat the fish from the moment you pull it out of the water to the moment you wash it down with a nice cold XXXX GOLD.

So tell us how you store it, prepare it, cook it and serve it and you could catch one of our great weekly prizes of XXXX GOLD goodies.


Last Round's Winner:  Mouthwatering Baked Salmon

Cook in oven on 200°C for 20-30mins.. Goes good with potatos. Click here to read more

Winning XXXX GOLD Hook 'n' Cook Tip:  dezza1994


Complete Hook 'n' Cook Tips

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Beer Battered Trout (by 1tina) [Vote Now!]

To make beer batter - place 2 cups of plain flour, 1 egg and 1 cup of beer into a bowl then mix thor... Click here to read more

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Snapper with ginger and tomato stuffing (by Ronnie h) [Vote Now!]

Put on hot barbie wrapped in foil for about 15 minutes. Click here to read more

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Coral Trout Kiev (by FourReel) [Vote Now!]

Place the fish fillets in an oven proof dish. Make some fresh bread crumbs from day old bread and th... Click here to read more

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FRESH, no fuss bream (by Csar) [Vote Now!]

Lightly flour the fish or fillet. Drop into a cast iron frypan with butter sizzling hot (add a bit o... Click here to read more

Hook 'n' Cook Archives

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Australian Salmon fillets (by smellyfish) [WINNER]

Frypan on high heat as all fish should be cooked quickly and on high heat. Add a splash of oil to... Click here to read more

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Flathead Risotto (by 9digby) [WINNER]

Cover frame, skin & head with approx 1 litre cold water. Add a small carrot (chopped), some pars... Click here to read more

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Bacon Wrapped Scallops with Mustard Cream Sauce (by AUSTRALIS) [WINNER]

Heat oven to 300. Arrange bacon slices on baking sheet. Bake until pale golden, about 10 minutes. ... Click here to read more

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Hot & Hearty Salmon Balls (by jrstrout) [WINNER]

In a large bowl, place mashed sweet potato, fresh salmon fillet peices, fried garlic/onion mix, carr... Click here to read more

Cast Your Vote!

This comps top entries are:
1. Poor Man's Crayfish (very...
squigee
2. Barbeque whiting
Kingy 99
3. Calamari and Pear Salad
mango11
4. Sweet and Sour BBQ Trout
glennohhh
5. Crab and chicken pizza
pale ale
6. Australian Salmon baked w...
Cos13
7. Lazy way to cook Fish
Mark Riches
8. Cooking Trout
Dazza64
9. Barra Crumbed and Chips
LEEROY75
10. Barbequed Stuffed Trout
Davo1


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