Thursday, February 23, 2012

Fish recipe

I'm putting this here so I can find it when I'm looking for it. Doesn't this sound good?

The following works with any skinless whitefish. You will need three spices:
Old Bay seasoning, onion powder, and grated parmesan cheese. Heat a frying
pan to just below the highest setting, using an equal combination of butter
and olive oil. Lay the fillets onto the pan, and immediately sprinkle them
evenly with a moderate amount of onion powder, Old Bay, and finally, grated
parmesan. "Seal" the spice combination onto the fillet with a spray cooking
oil. Add chopped onions and sliced red peppers (or fry separately). You can
substitute green peppers or even jalopenos according to your preference. Pay
attention, as fillets fry much more quickly than burgers. Flip the fillets,
then lay on thin slices of mozzarella, Monteray jack, or provolone cheese on
the now-cooked side. When the cheese melts, remove fillets and dump the
onion and peppers onto the fish, and enjoy.

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