The one thing I found weird about this recipe is that it’s being cooked in the microwave. I’ve never made fish in the microwave so I was a little wary of this. But I think the fish cooked just fine in there and was very delicious with the paprika sprinkled on top. I had some troubles “stuffing” the fish (really just putting the stuffing between two fillet halves), but I think that’s because I cooked the stuffing beforehand rather than WITH the fish in the microwave. Overall, I liked this and will make it again for another Friday night Lent dinner… or just a regular friday night dinner.
This recipe is paired with As Above, So Below
the onion rolls. I wasn't sure I'd be able to find these at Shop n Save, but thank goodness I did. They were delicious, though a tad big for the size of the patties I sculpted. I'm going to have to give this recipe a thumbs up for sure and I'd definitely make it again.
or anyone else could have gotten through all that in a shorter amount of time - I even halved the recipe! I'm going to give this recipe a thumbs up also and am excited to try some of the other BBQ sauce recipes that I saw in this cookbook.
Western - Fish
Which fish dresses the best?
Green Goddess Salad Dressing
Love this recipe. At first I didn't think that my food processor was going to work because the ingredients list was so long, but I was wrong. This dressing turned out perfectly and tastes amazing.
Since the swordfish picture had pasta as a side, I decided to make my own thing that turned out deliciously and was very simple. Half of a pack of spaghetti pasta, boiled to done. Added a stick of butter and then a lot of shredded parmesean and romano cheeses. You all should definitely try that! I wanted to add some Mizithra cheese, but I couldn't find it at Dierbergs.
Thanks for reading! Until next time...
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