Spicy fish dish ideas?

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.)

Bonnie B


Bonnie B. July 6, 2013
Want to thank everyone for such great ideas! I cannot wait to try each.
bigpan June 12, 2013
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.
ZombieCupcake June 12, 2013
bdillon June 12, 2013
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/21992-spicy-tequila-lime-fish-tacos
Bonnie B. June 12, 2013
Thank you! I like sauce being made ahead of time!
sdebrango June 12, 2013
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/4597-roasted-salmon-with-a-cheat-s-vietnamese-caramel-sauce
pierino June 12, 2013
You wouldn't want to oven bake this (although possibly you could) but http://food52.com/recipes/21673-mekong-fish-fry-with-nuoc-cham It is spicy and catfish and swai are inexpensive as well as being good examples of safe aquaculture.
Bonnie B. June 12, 2013
Wow! This also looks great!
HalfPint June 12, 2013
How about tandoori fish? http://www.suesnutritionbuzz.com/2013/01/03/heart-healthy-tandoori-fish-rolled-in-walnuts-baked-in-the-nuwaveovenpro/
Bonnie B. June 12, 2013
Thank you! This looks yummy and do-able!
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