Braised Swordfish in Parsley Sauce is a really nice meal for two. It’s a great option for a weeknight meal, date night, in fact any night. The swordfish is braised just enough so that the cooked flakes melt in your mouth and is nicely infused with garlic, parsley and lemon juice. It’s delightful!
If you’re like me, now that warmer weather is on the horizon, you will be more inclined to ditch the comfort food, laden with carbs, and instead enjoy a lighter perhaps more nutritious meal. Well, today’s recipe is a main course ideal for warmer days and nights – it’s snapper fillet with spicy mango sauce.
Baked snapper is awesome, and baked snapper with tomato sauce is even better.
As soon as the new year came about I noticed that the majority of visitors to Diverse Dinners were searching for “baked” food recipes. It was clear to me that people have started to do their best to adhere to a more healthy diet after the holidays, and I want to make sure I supply the demand.
Today’s recipe is crispy black sea bass. A delightful time saver fish recipe.
The skin is crisped by frying at a relatively high temperature in a combination of oil and butter. The pan is deglazed with ponzu sauce and lemon to create a sauce, which is lightly drizzled over the fillets.
Here’s one of my favorite weeknight meals, featuring baked crusted salmon which is the recipe I’d like to share with you today. The majority of the work in creating this dish is in making the crust, once that’s done, all you need to do is layer the ingredients and bake.
I am exhausted. I have been so busy, I’ve barely had time to relax and enjoy a good meal. I’ve endured mediocre take out meals for the entire week, and by Thursday, my digestive system was completely shot. I promised myself that Sunday would be the day I would eat something from my own kitchen, a meal that was tasty but that was quick to make so that I could rest and relax a little more. Oh, and something that didn’t come out of a plastic container. That meal was spicy crusted cod – delicious.
Recently, I happened upon some really nice dover sole, so I bought a few fillets and intended to sauté them in butter and devour some of it with a glass of wine and some grilled zucchini. But once I returned home and was ready to make my meal, I didn’t feel inspired by a simple sautéd piece of fish, I felt compelled to make something a little diverse. So I made stuffed dover sole with brown butter sauce.
Here’s a great recipe for spice lovers – thai green salt cod curry.
Salt cod is versatile, it can be eaten for breakfast, lunch or dinner and paired with all sorts of flavors. It’s an ingredient used in many parts of the world and in so many ways, so I thought it would be interesting to bring it to you in another way. No cutlery necessary, just serve in a bowl with a pile of rotis and some beer.