Pecan Crusted Fish

Posted by JMom | Monday, April 09, 2007 | | 4 comments »

Pecan Crusted Fish Although I am not religious, one remnant of religious tradition that I still follow on most occasions is eating fish on Fridays. The significance of it has been lost to my family long ago; nowadays it is more of a convenient way to remember to have our weekly fish ration. So it being Easter weekend, this was what we had for our very simple fish dinner.

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4 comments

  1. Omom // 4/12/2007 2:50 AM  

    Yum.Yum. Oh, I had some of papa's marinated bangus today, that was super delish, too!

  2. Midge // 4/13/2007 8:18 PM  

    Hi, JMom! Wow, that fish looks good. It reminds me of this gorgeous batch of Parmesan-encrusted fillets a friend of mine had me sample recently, but I personally think nuts and fish go so well together. Do you think crushed almonds would work just as well?

  3. Pookah // 4/14/2007 8:58 AM  

    Looks good Jmom! We do it with salmon, cook the skin side in a very hot pan for 2 minutes, flip it, brush with butter and pecans and finish in the oven...fast easy and yummy too! By the way, I sent a note to the food editor of the Durham news part of the N&O, suggesting they do an article on local food bloggers and gave them your link! Trying to get free publicity!

  4. JMom // 4/14/2007 11:50 AM  

    hi sis, oh that sounds positively yummy! You just made me want to take a trip to the oriental store for some bangus.

    hi midge, I think crushed almonds will be wonderful!

    hi pookah! that salmon idea of searing the skin side first sounds delicious! I may try that next time I make salmon. Thanks for the mention to N&O! That will be nice if they do an article on bloggers.

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