This collection of pike recipes is a great way to cook up your most recent catch. Choose a delicious appetizer or a yummy dinner. There are lots of great ideas to try. Don’t let all the hard work of fishing go to waste! Check out these amazing storage tips and then turn your fresh fish into a new family favorite.
Northern Pike is a great-tasting and versatile fish. It’s one of the healthier cool water fishes.
People mostly enjoy fishing for this seafood during the cold water months of fall through spring.
When you work so hard to catch your meal, you want to make sure that you are enjoying the eating process as well.
This collection of pike recipes will help you realize why people call it the poor man’s lobster!
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Fresh Pike FAQ
What does a pike taste like?
This fish has a mild/moderate fishy flavor and a semi-firm texture.
How long can you keep fresh pike in the fridge?
A fresh catch will keep for 1-2 days in the fridge.
How long is pike good for in the freezer?
If frozen properly, your fish should last 6-12 months.
How do you freeze northern pike?
Add your fish to a freezer bag and cover fill it with water until the water is about 1″ above the fish.
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Ingredients that work well with fresh seafood
These ingredients will pop up in a lot of the recipes below. So if you have them on hand, you will be able to find more ideas to make.
green, red, or yellow peppers (bell peppers)
Recipes for cooking pike
Our goal is to help you find dishes using the food you already have in your home.
Each of these pike recipes will give you some important info so that you can pick the best idea for your needs.
Check out the creator that published each dish to use their recipe and tips.
Note: pantry ingredients include dry ingredient pantry staples like olive oil, all-purpose flour, brown sugar, corn starch, salt, black pepper, spices, etc.
Please check the recipe to make sure that you have the ingredients needed to create the dish. If you are making gluten-free recipes, it may include things like almond flour and other common gluten-free pantry items