[Sca-cooks] OOP Question: Baked Fish

Susan Fox selene at earthlink.net
Mon Jun 29 09:21:02 PDT 2009

Mmmm, Huette should mark this one for Hroar, who has been on a tzatziki 
kick lately. 

Myself:  cruise through the Penzeys.com web site and just about any for 
there excellent spice blends would work well for grilling the fish 
outdoors, where it won't leave a reminder inside the house.  :-)  Fox 
Run Seasoning, Turkish Seasoning and the deceptively-simply-named 
Sandwich Sprinkle would be favorites.


rattkitten wrote:
> I'll leave period to others since I don't have anything on hand but 
> off the top of my head....
> Take Cucumbers and peel them leaving them whole,
> Using a Mandolin set with the smallest "Julienne" setting possible, 
> shave the cucumber down into thin "noodles" stopping just at the 
> seeds.  (You don't want the seeds...) (Well ok we do eat that part but 
> usually while cooking ;) )
> Anyways repeat that until you have a pile of "noodles"
> Set the oven temperature to whatever you think will cook the salmon 
> and not burn the noodles later...
> Using a pan that can go into the oven, sautee the cucumber noodles in 
> olive oil until slightly done... plop the salmon on top
> (Oh sorry season with salt pepper garlic powder etc... whatever you 
> like) then plop it on top. Remove from heat and place in oven... cook 
> until the salmon is just done... almost under done...
> Remove from oven.  (Turn off oven Hey I forget sometimes...)
> Return the pan to the stove top and add in Tzatziki (or however that 
> is spelled)
> Oh yeah sorry 3 days before you make this dish make some tzatziki 
> sauce...
> Ok Now dump that over the whole thing and add in fresh herbs and 
> garlic.....
> Cover and heat for another 5 minutes....
> This makes the salmon absolutely tender and perfectly done and heats 
> the sauce perfectly
> Salt and pepper as desired...
> Enjoy
> IT is what we are eating tonight.
> Nichola
>>> Although I'll take period suggestions as well :)
>>> So I'd like to hear from our marvelous chefs here recommendations 
>>> for fast,
>>> easy, simple ways to prepare baked fish, and different types of fish 
>>> that
>>> someone who has pretty much been limited to eating catfish and trout 
>>> would
>>> like.  Period suggestions would be a bonus, but since this is for my
>>> health,
>>> OOP suggestions would also be welcome.
>>> Thanks in advance for your suggestions... I always learn so much 
>>> from this
>>> list!
>>> In Service,
>>> Celia
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