Cured snapper Smoked with apple and maple syrup

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beaver
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Cured snapper Smoked with apple and maple syrup

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Sounds a little weird doesn't it?

this recipe it tastes amazing, the mix of smoke, sweet, and salt compliments this fish brilliantly.
a great way to change it up a little for the family

1. Apply 1.5 tea spoons of sugar cure to each fillet. Drizzle with maple syrup and a light sprinkle of sugar.
2. Refrigerate for 24 hours
3. Setup your bbq to 90c and a light smoke. I used apple wood
4. Cook untill fish is firm and reached safe temp. This took me 3 hours.
5. Mix into pasta, salads, on crackers ect ect.

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kiwiman
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Re: Cured snapper Smoked with apple and maple syrup

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Hi Brett,
Looks Great--love smoked fish.
Can you just clarify--Is the sugar cure separate to the sugar and maple syrup sprinkled on.
If so ,what is in cure or do you buy it?
Thanks Stewart
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Re: Cured snapper Smoked with apple and maple syrup

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kiwiman,

the cure used was the Bradley Sugar Cure
specificaly this one
http://www.north-america.bradleysmoker. ... ugar-cure/
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Re: Cured snapper Smoked with apple and maple syrup

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I wonder how the maple cure i got from Misty Gully for bacon would go?
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Post by beaver »

I would say very well.
Sweet works (imo) quite well with fish.
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