Friday, August 1, 2008

Broiled Dory Fish

Got this recipe from one of my Titas. Tasted it last weekend and I just could'nt wait to prepare it myself. You can find dory fish fillet in the frozen seafood section of the supermarket. To add that sour tangy taste, you can use the 'sinigang' mix (tamarind), or kalamansi juice. Read on...

INGREDIENTS:
1 pc. medium dory fillet
1/2 tbsp. olive oil
1/2 tsp. sinigang mix or 1 tbsp. kalamansi juice
1/2 tsp. rosemary
salt to taste

1. Prepare fish in an aluminum foil. Pour olive oil over.
2. Add sinigang mix or kalamansi oil, scatter over fish. Add minimal amount of salt if preferred. Follow rosemary.
3. Fold foil to enclose fish inside.
4. Place fish in a broiler, about 130-150 degrees, for 20 minutes.
5. Open foil and transfer fish in a serving dish. Squeeze in lemon (optional).
6. Serve warm.

2 Comments:

Carol said...

what's a dory fish? =)

dHomemaker said...

i also don't have an idea about the fish when i first heard it. i googled it for you, here it is..:-) DORY fish -shared (officially and colloquially) by members of several different families of large-eyed, silvery, deep-bodied, laterally compressed, and roughly discoid marine fish.
i also don't have an idea what it looks like, i mean its physical appearance, just the fillet type i find in the supermarket... :-)

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