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Big Bend Florida Sportsman Guide

Cobia Recipes

Lemon Pepper Cobia

Author Clint

 One way I like it is fillet, skinned...lightly rub with olive oil, dash it with lemonpepper and garlic powder...get a charcoal grill going very hot and put the fillet on indirect heat for about 7 mins, turn it and do another 7 mins on indirect heat...you gotta have a grill that's large enough and one that can be covered. Bring it off the grill and allow it to rest and serve it with datil pepper sauce with some dried tarragon.  It's also good pan fried in an iron skillet for breakfast...dice a skinned fillet up in 1" cubes and pan fry it in butter, garlic and lemon juice...serve with two eggs up and half a bannana with peanut butter....there's nothing better (next to fresh snook) than this breakfast around 4:am before a trip offshore.