Looking for a good, spicy fish dish to follow a first course of cold cucumber soup. Thinking of serving Francis Mallmann's Potato Dominoes as the main's side. Here's the challenge: needs to be baked in the over. Any ideas? (For a dinner party of 8.)
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How about tandoori fish? http://www.suesnutritionbuzz...
Thank you! This looks yummy and do-able!
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You wouldn't want to oven bake this (although possibly you could) but http://food52.com/recipes... It is spicy and catfish and swai are inexpensive as well as being good examples of safe aquaculture.
Wow! This also looks great!
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Here is one that sounds delicious, you could make the sauce ahead of time and put on the baked salmon before serving. http://food52.com/recipes...
Thank you! I like sauce being made ahead of time!
Use the Spicy Tequila-Lime Fish Tacos recipe here with a few modifications. Omit the last two “taco assembly” steps of the recipe. Add melted butter to the marinade and reserve a bit to drizzle over the fish when it comes out of the oven. Bake for about 20 minutes at 400 degrees. Some nice halibut would work well here. http://food52.com/recipes...
I had a wonderful sauce in Singapore a couple weeks ago. Basically a sambal chili sauce but it was tempered down with peanut and tomato. Check google for singapore crab chili recipes and adapt.
Want to thank everyone for such great ideas! I cannot wait to try each.
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Well played. You deserve a cookie.
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