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Fish Recipes: "Baked Northern Pike" Jeff Sundin

Northern Pike, especially those of larger sizes are ideal for baking. Not only do they taste great, but their flesh is meaty and firm, making them a great choice for use in most baked fish recipes.

This simple recipe for baking Northern Pike is perfect for entertaining, providing consistent, delicious results without requiring lots of cooking. I guarantee the recipe will be a hit with your friends and family.

image of ingrdients for baked pikeBaked Pike; Ingredients

  • 1 Medium to large Pike (2 Fillets) De-Boned, Skin Removed, Cut Into Thirds
  • 1 Cup Mayonaise
  • 2 Onions Sliced
  • 2 Tomatoes Sliced
  • Salt and Pepper To Taste

image of blackened pike Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.

Place cut pieces of pike at the bottom of suitable size baking dish or cake pan and layer sliced onions over the pike fillets, followed by one layer of sliced tomatoes.

Spread mayonaise evenly over the entire dish and add salt & pepper to taste.

Bake approximately 30 minutes, until fish becomes flaky and there's a light brown coating over the mayonaise.

Jeff Sundin is a full time fishing guide, outdoor writer, photographer and developer of custom web content. Sundin currently serves as a volunteer on the Panfish Workgroup, an advisory committee of the Minnesota DNR. Learn about guided fishing trips and more, click here "About Jeff Sundin".

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