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Friday Recipe - Veracruz-Style Red Snapper

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Friday Recipe - Veracruz-Style Red Snapper Fish “Veracruz” is an  “authentic” Mexican recipe If you don’t want to do this in individual portions, you can certainly do it in a regular casserole dish, but you’ll probably need to give it a few extra minutes. Simply use the same fork-flaking doneness test as shown in the clip. Flakiness never lies.   Other than a few minutes of slicing, this couldn’t be easier. Serve simply with some chips, or over rice for a more substantial meal. A ny white, flaky fish will work. Thanks to  http://foodwishes.blogspot.co.uk/2012/07/veracruz-style-red-snapper-new-take-on.html Ingredients for 2 servings:   2 boneless red snapper filets, about 7 oz each cayenne,  salt and pepper to taste 2 tbsp olive oil 1/2 white onion  diced 3 cloves garlic  minced 1 tablespoon capers 1 tablespoon caper brine 1 large jalapeno, sliced, seeded 1 cup cherry tomatoes, halved 1/3 cup sliced Castelvetrano green olives, or any green olive 2 ta

Friday Recipe Best Poisson Gros Sel Recipe From Haiti

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Friday Fish Recipe - Best Poisson Gros Sel Recipe- Fish The Haitian Way Something lovely from Cooking The Haitian Way "Poisson "Gros Sel" is a succulent Haitian dish, and easy to make. I like to use red snapper, although other people might use catfish, tilapia. The first thing in "cooking the Haitian way" is to clean your fish well. In Haiti , we take great pride in cooking, so we make sure the end result is perfect. If you were to cook, and forgot to remove the genitals part of the fish, nobody will eat the fish. Basically, cleaning the fish is top priority. I am going to show you on the video How to clean Fish The Haitian Way. Then, I am going to show you how to marinate it. Last, but not least how to cook it.  After cleaning the fish, and removing the gills, pour some lime juice on it to remove the fishy smell. Let it sit on the side for about five to ten minutes while you are preparing the ingredients. Then rinse the fish, and remove the acidity

Friday Recipe - Jamaican Steamed Fish

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Friday Recipe - Jamaican Steamed Fish How to cook Jamaican steamed fish with okra and cabbage, one of the many popular fish dishes of Jamaica. Using this unique Jamaican recipe for cooking fish, not only is it very healthy, but rich is true Caribbean flavors. Usually paired with crackers and bammy ( cassava flatbread) but it is great with rice.  S teamed fish is a rich part of the Caribbean culinary landscape. Ingredients 1 lime or lemon 2 fish (about 1 lb each) 2 cups fish stock (or water) 1/2 teaspoon black pepper (divided) 1 1/2 cups cabbage 10 ochro 1 1/2 scotch bonnet pepper (treat with care) 1 large onion 2 cloves garlic or 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder 6 sprigs fresh thyme 3 scallions (green/spring onions) 2 medium tomato 1/4 teaspoon salt Method "Start by heating the fish stock or water in a fairly large pan (one with a cover) and allow to simmer. If you can’t get fish stock, try to get a package or 2 of fish tea. I suppose you can use vegetable stock as