Ingredients

How to make it

  • Rub the lime juice and salt on the fish and set aside for 10 mins
  • Fry everythingelse with salt for 10 mins or until the oil separates
  • Cool the paste .
  • Spread it over the fish and leave for 10 mins
  • Wrap in a banana leaf and bbq
  • Serve HOT ........... OR
  • Place in a sheet of aluminium foil on a heated frying pan .
  • Brush it lightly with olive margarine .
  • Cook on medium heat on both sides until the fish is done .
  • Serve HOT

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  • nicole22 3 years ago
    how to make the chili sauce of stingray?
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  • bewaremantis 5 years ago
    I've not eaten stingray since I was a teenager in the 70's living in California. When we caught a larger stringray we would cube and deep fry one wing and use the other to bait our crab nets.
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    " It was excellent "
    lunasea ate it and said...
    Sounds awesome, Cholena - thanks so much!
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    " It was excellent "
    jenniferbyrdez ate it and said...
    Awesome. And my folks ate stingray after deep-sea fishing in Fla. Couldn't get me to eat it-you know how you are when you're a kid. Thanks Cholena.
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  • orangeskipper 5 years ago
    Thanks Cholena for the info:)
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  • cholena 5 years ago
    Hope dis info taken From Wikipedia will be of help to u : )
    Rays are edible, and may also be caught as food by fishing lines or spears. STINGRAY RECIPES ABOUND THROUGHOUT THE WORLD , with dried forms of the wings being most common. For example, in Malaysia and Singapore, stingray is commonly barbecued over charcoal, then served with spicy sambal sauce. In Iceland, eating pickled stingray ("k├Žst skata") on December 23 is an old tradition. Generally, the most prized parts of the stingray are the wings, the "cheek" (the area surrounding the eyes) and the liver. The rest of the ray is considered too rubbery to have any culinary uses.
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  • orangeskipper 5 years ago
    I didn't realize people ate those:)
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