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    Default For Fish/Seafood Lovers - A super easy/simple recipe

    Here's a real tasty recipe that I love to make for halibut in particular, but you can substitute any one of the following fish and I'm quite sure you'll love it:

    Cod; Haddock; Tilapia; Catfish; Sole; Turbot; Bass; Mahi-mahi; Monkfish; Pollock; Snapper/Red Snapper: Lingcod; Walleye - (Skin removed)

    ( Can also be used with prawns or jumbo scallops)

    Mix well together all these ingredients in a bowl:

    - 2 T of melted butter

    - 2 T of honey

    - 2 T of soy sauce

    - 2 T of white wine

    - Juice & zest of 1/2 fresh lemon

    - 2/3 cloves of finely minced garlic

    - 1/2 t of ground pepper

    - 1 t of paprika

    - 1/2 t of herbes de provence

    - 1/2 t of crushed fennel seed (optional)

    - A few dashes of your favorite hot sauce


    Brush this sauce generously on both sides of whatever skinless fish you're using, and let marinate in fridge for 1 to 2 hours.

    In a lightly oiled skillet, well heated to med/high heat (preferably a cast iron pan), sear the fish for approx. 90 seconds on one side, turn over & fry the other side similarly until the fish is cooked through & flaky, brushing both sides with more of the sauce while frying.

    (A bit of blackening on both sides is good - so high-ish heat is best)

    Serve with rice, or whatever other veggie/side dishes you prefer, & enjoy with a glass of your favorite white wine !

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    Default Re: For Fish/Seafood Lovers - A super easy/simple recipe

    That does look easy and good! And I have 40lbs of Royal Red shrimp fresh from the gulf that would make it even better!!!

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    Default Re: For Fish/Seafood Lovers - A super easy/simple recipe

    Sounds fabulous, Brian - I'd love to be able to get some of those Gulf shrimp - our Pacific shrimp are a little on the softer, bland side, in my mind anyway, so I almost always use black tiger shrimp, or others caught in south American or Asian waters.

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    Default Re: For Fish/Seafood Lovers - A super easy/simple recipe

    I want to recommend you a recipe that I recently came across.
    Marinade For Grilled Shrimp

    I think you will like it.

    Ingredients
    For Lemon garlic marinade:
    2- 3 large clove garlic, minced
    1 teaspoon paprika
    1 teaspoon cumin
    2 -3 tablespoons olive oil
    2 teaspoons fresh-squeezed lemon juice
    2 teaspoons honey
    teaspoon cayenne
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    Default Re: For Fish/Seafood Lovers - A super easy/simple recipe

    Sounds real good so far, Kate.

    It appears there are other, further steps to the recipe - would you please add them.

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