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spicy baked fish dish  (Read 13049 times)

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Ingrediants Required


 12 x 9,deep baking pan or dish
12-16 crappie fillets or similar amt. of catfish
seasoning
1/4 stick of butter
2 Tbsp. olive oil
1 large sweet onion
1 large bell pepper
4 or 5 cloves of garlic
1 8oz. pkg. of fresh mushrooms
2 jalapenos(seeds removed)
about 12oz. cut okra(frozen)
1/2 lb. sausage(smoked,or boudain, or italian, or whatever you like)
1 29oz. and 1 8oz. can of tomato sauce
Louisiana hot sauce(not tabasco-too hot IMO)
1 tbsp. sugar
cilantro
limes

Detailed Cooking Instructions


Melt butter and cover bottom of pan to prevent sticking, and it enriches overall flavor. Generously season fish(use whatever seasoning you like, mine= salt, red pepper, onion powder), and lay fish in bottom of pan. Drizzle with olive oil. Coarsely slice or chop onion, bell pepper, mushrooms, garlic, jalapenos and add over fish, and also the okra. Then the sausage(either sliced or removed from it's casing, depending on the sausage you use). Pour tomato sauce over the top. Now drizzle plenty of hot sauce over that, then drizzle a little more, you'll be glad you did. Sprinkle with sugar(only 1 tbsp.). Cover and bake at 375 degrees for 1 1/2 hrs. Serve over cooked rice, or softened cellophane noodles, or by itself with some good bread for sopping gravy. Top it off with cilantro and squeeze of lime.



Last Edit: September 21, 2015, 10:54:04 AM by evinrudelark

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Actually pretty easy to put together and not much of a mess to make. Flavorful and healthy and even healthier if you omit the sausage. Pretty sure you won't be disappointed. It's good! Should look something like this.



Last Edit: December 13, 2013, 09:47:57 AM by evinrudelark

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Dang, looks like a dish from one of the cooking shows on TV!  Wonder how it would be with sandies?



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Yeah sandies work fine with the dark meat cut out. That picture is from a batch of fish from a one of a kind crappie trip. Caught one crappie, one catfish, one sandie, and one drum, and it was all good, even the drum.  icon_lol




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Yeah sandies work fine with the dark meat cut out. That picture is from a batch of fish from a one of a kind crappie trip. Caught one crappie, one catfish, one sandie, and one drum, and it was all good, even the drum.  icon_lol
Well, guess you should try shad next!   icon_mrgreen



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