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    I adapted this recipe from one that a friend made for a party once. The recipe called for Sole filets.

    I use Walleye and Pike filets.

    Ingredients:
    Big box of wooded toothpicks.
    Filets - Walleye or Pike or both
    Any kind of thin sliced cheese - herbed havarti, halapeno jack, what ever kind you like
    Asparagus sprouts
    Cold smoked salmon (optional)
    Olive oil
    SP

    Take filet lay out on a cutting board, lay on a slice of cheese to fit, lay on a very small 1/4" wide strip of smoked salmon (too much can overpower the pike/walleye - I omit this part), lay a couple sprigs of asparugus cut in half sideways across the filet like a + . Roll the filet and use toothpicks to seal the roll as best you can. Usually half doz or more.

    Brush rolls with olive oil and add SP to taste.

    Place on Hot BBQ with indirect heat for about 10 - 12 mins. Make sure grill is VERY clean and wipe down with olive oil before cooking. Carefully turn rolls with flipper/tongs. When they start to flake apart crank Q to full heat for last min or 2 of cooking. The chief BBQer usually has to cut one of the rolls up at the grill and test for doneness, by eating, preferably accompanied by any cold beer.

    The Pike filets work really well as they hold together a little better than the walleye, when near cooked. Sometimes you have to piece together a few filets to seal the rolls up well.

    GOOD EATS
    MIKE


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    sounds amazing

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    Sounds good

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    Sounds great!

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    Oh my, who would of thought?! THanks

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    Here,s another bbq try.
    small walleye fillets, or cut in half down the middle.
    marinate in italian for a few hours.
    roll them up and wrap with bacon, add toothpicks to hold together.
    brush with maple brown sugar bbq sauce(dianas )
    when bacon is done your ready to eat. You wwill not be disapointed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishing1 View Post
    Here,s another bbq try.
    small walleye fillets, or cut in half down the middle.
    marinate in italian for a few hours.
    roll them up and wrap with bacon, add toothpicks to hold together.
    brush with maple brown sugar bbq sauce(dianas )
    when bacon is done your ready to eat. You wwill not be disapointed.
    x2 - I've done this a couple of times, but didn't use the BBQ sauce. I'll have to give this a go!

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    This sounds amazing!

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    Another for the BBQ

    With large fillets, cub them in say 1" cubes, wrap in bacon. Put in aluminum roasting pan. pour in favourite BB sauce to just tops of cubes. place on grille for I believe 5 minutes. My buddy does like this and are they ever good even cold

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