|07-14-2006, 09:50 AM||#1|
Senior LCF Member
Join Date: Apr 2006
WOE: Low-Moderate Carbs :)
Start Date: (Restart) January, 2015
Seasoning fish ?
What is your favorite way to season or marinate fish?
I usually do butter/lemon pepper; olive oil/garlic; or Italian dressing.
I'd love more ideas!
|07-14-2006, 09:52 AM||#2|
the condiment queen
Join Date: May 2004
Location: somewhere over the rainbow
Start Date: Nov.20, 2007 (restart)
we're simple on the fish.
salt, pepper, granulated garlic and a pinch of parsley at the end.
i don't even marinate the tilapia.
saute in olive oil then finish with capers, a little bit of white wine or broth, lemon juice, and a tbsp of butter. instant piccatta! (u can even add some mushrooms to it).
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|07-14-2006, 09:59 AM||#3|
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Join Date: Dec 2005
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
WOE: Low Carb Maintenance
Start Date: May 2005
Broiled Mahi Mahi in a balsamic zucchini tomato spinach marinade.
4 servings 3 carbs
I had some nice Mahi Mahi filets and was looking for a marinade that hinted of sweet and sour so I put this together. It was quite tasty:
6 green onions( 6 inch long) thin sliced
3 roma tomatoes diced
1 small zucchini diced
1 teaspoon corse sea salt
1/4 c. balsimic vinagar
1/4 c heinz 1 carb ketchup
1/4 c. sf Davinci simple syrup
1/4 c. chopped spinach
1 teaspoon vanilla
In a mixing bowl I combined the above ingredients.
I than took four 8 oz. Mahi Mahi filets and put them in a 8 X 8 and topped with marinade then covered and refridgerated for about 3 hours.
It looked like this:
After removing from the refridgerator I baked the fish in marinade for 30 min in a 350 oven.
I than transfer the fish to a greased wire rack in a broiler pan and broiled the filets 5 inches from a high broil for 8 min.
Then plated the filets covered with the marinade and served it with a side of fresh steamed green beans.
|07-14-2006, 12:22 PM||#4|
Join Date: Sep 2004
Location: Mostly in the kitchen!
Stats: 174 (WW)/145/150 goal 5'5"
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Start Date: May 2003
How about macadamia-nut crusted? You can use any nut, really - almonds, hazelnuts, cashews.... Grind the nuts up but not TOO fine, dip the fish into beaten eggwhite then press both sides into the nuts. Panfry in olive oil/butter til done to your liking. Easy and so good!
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|03-04-2011, 10:02 AM||#6|
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Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Buffalo, NY USA
Stats: 208/152/150, male 5'9", 39 y/o
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Start Date: January 2010
For fish mainly I eat atlantic salmon. I like it with some Old Bay sprinkled on it and some lemon peel. Sometimes I put a little butter on it too.
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