[Sca-cooks] OOP Question: Baked Fish

Johnna Holloway johnnae at mac.com
Sun Jun 28 19:44:34 PDT 2009

How about grilling with maybe cajun spices? Blackened catfish done on a 
grill plate?
Sometimes salt and pepper is all that is needed, so you might 
investigate recipes
that call for other herbs/spices and just leave them out.
Southern Living has recipes including this one for Cajun Baked catfish.

Eating Well allows a recipe search by ingredient and even allows you to 
search for Diabetes Appropriate recipes

There are also a number of excellent fish and seafood cookbooks on the 
market. You might browse a few
of those of your library and xerox a few recipes to try at home.

Hope this helps,


Celia des Archier wrote:
> I love fried catfish and trout... I
> tend towards enjoying sweet, white fish.  I grew up on all my fish coated with
> corn meal and have rarely had baked fish, but do not object to baking fish...
> I just don't know how to season it!  I don't really care much for either lemon
> pepper or dill, and these are the two standards I've seen for seasoning baked
> fish.  (I'll be trying butter and garlic, of course, and looking in cookbooks,
> but that's pretty much the end of my fish repertoire.) snipped
> In Service, 
> Celia

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