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To make seasoning ... to cook, cut gator tail meat into ... warm with lemon wedges. The seasoning mixture will coat up to 24 (4 oz.) servings of gator tail.

In a countertop mixer, beat rum, condensed milk, and coconut milk on medium for 4 1/2 minutes. In the meantime, blend the remaining ingredients in ...

Skin gator tail. Clean and ... mixture and then into flour mixture and place into hot oil. Cook until golden brown. Don't knock it until you've tried it.

Cut the meat into thin strips. Salt and pepper to taste. Coat with flour and pan fry in oil until done, about 3 minutes.

Marinate in buttermilk, to cover, with 1 cup garlic powder and 1 cup pepper for 12 hours; drain. Roll chunks in flour that is mixed with 1 cup garlic ...

Layer ingredients over bread in pan. 1 tsp. dry mustard 6 eggs 3 c. milk Salt and pepper to taste Mix ingredients together. Pour over layered mixture ...

Crumble beef and sausage in frying pan. Add onion and cook over high heat, stirring until meat is browned. Discard fat and season with salt and ...

Remove all fat from aligator. Cut into bite-size pieces. Mix cheese, bread crumbs and seasoning in a bowl. Add aligator and mix well to cool. Fry ...

Saute onions in oil until golden brown, add bell pepper and celery. Saute until tender, add meat and seasonings, simmer for 40 minutes. then add ...

A few snips ... dough into a gator. The surprise? ... grahams protein; 5 grams fat; 67 grams carbohydrate; 899 milligrams sodium; 71 milligrams cholesterol.


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