The big seller at the Bimini Big Game Club in the Bahamas are the Panko Breaded Lionfish Nuggets with over 400 served last month. With 'proper cleaning' - which I imagine is a bit hard to do - Lionfish are said to be quite tasty. This is the latest an effort to find an eco-solution to the well-documented Lionfish invasion of the Caribbean. “If you can’t beat them, eat them.” Get your Lionfish recipe below. Photo: Bimini Big Game Club Recipe for Panko Breaded Lionfish Nuggets a la Bimini Big Game Club (Please carefully adhere to cleaning recommendations before preparing) Lionfish Nuggets: 4 oz of Lionfish Flour 1 cup liquid egg Panko breadcrumb Salt and pepper Cajun seasoning In 3 separate bowls place your liquid egg, flour and breadcrumb. Cut Lionfish into small bite sized pieces and season with salt and pepper and Cajun seasoning. Dip pieces into flour, shake off excess flour, and then dip into liquid egg and then into Panko breading. Once covered in the breading they are ready to take a long hot bath in some hot oil at 325 degrees until crispy golden brown. Homemade Cilantro and Key Lime Tartar Sauce: Mayonnaise 1 cup 1 gherkin or small pickle 2 tbs Key Lime juice 6 leaves of chopped cilantro 2 tbs of chopped capers Make sure all above ingredients are FINELY chopped. Mix the above ingredients in a mixing bowl and fold ingredients together and add salt and pepper to taste. Refrigerate until time of service to remain fresh. Full article: http://www.caribbeannewsnow.com/topstory-Lionfish-on-the-menu-in-The-Bahamas-8355.html The US federal government’s chief fisheries management agency, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is in agreement, having developed an Eat Lionfish campaign: http://www.ccfhr.noaa.gov/docs/EatLionfishPullCard.pdf.