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Halibut or salmon collars... recipes/preparation ideas?

wabi | Jun 16, 201910:34 AM     5

Every year I go to Alaska to fish for a week, and end up bringing home about 100 lbs of processed fish.

This last year I brought home a bunch of salmon and halibut collars as I did not want that good meat to go to waste.

Now I am embarrassed to say that I have gone through most of last years fish, but still have these collars left.

I've poked around the interwebs for grilled or broiled fish collar recipes, but dont find a lot of them.

I was thinking a soy sauce/butter/garlic/ginger marinade and brush during cooking them, or a home made teriyaki. I've used the miso/sake/mirin aka miso butterfish prep for salmon and black cod, but dont know if it will work well on the collars.

Any other thoughts or suggestions on a marinade or sauce to brush on during grilling?

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