Last night I was in the mood for a spicy type of fish, not your normal spice, more of a sushi spice....so I came up with this, and it was so delicious.
You can use any kind of white fish. I used Flounder because that is what I had. I would suggest using either Cod, Halibut, or Flounder. They are all very light. I can't wait to try it on Halibut, that is my favorite fish. It might even be good on Salmon or Tuna...YUM! :)
I made this for us low carb people, so I used Parmesan for the crust. You can use Panko bread crumbs if you like, they are a Japanese bread crumb.
I served this with a Acorn Squash half, and I steamed a frozen Broccoli, snow peas, and water chestnuts medley, sprinkled with a little ground ginger and crushed black pepper.
This entire meal took about 10 minutes prep and 10 minutes cooking time. Let me know if you try this. I would love to hear from you. Enjoy!
Total Servings 4 Total Cost: $4.50 4 White Fish Fillets-Suggest:Halibut, Cod, or Flounder 1/2 Cup of Mayonnaise 2-4 Tbsp of Prepared Wasabi Paste depending on desired spiciness (In Seafood department by the Sushi) 1/4 Cup of Parmesan Cheese 1/2 tsp of Black Pepper 1/2 a lemon or 2 Tbsp of lemon juice
Preheat oven to 400°
Lay your fish fillets in a baking dish
Pat them dry with paper towel
In a bowl mix your mayonnaise, wasabi paste, and black pepper (Can add more wasabi to taste)
Spread 1/2 the mixture over one side of the fillets coating them
Sprinkle with 1/2 your Parmesan cheese or Panko bread crumbs on top
Flip them over, repeat step on other side
Bake for 10-12 minutes until fish starts to flake, and they start to brown on tops
Squeeze lemon on tops of fish or drizzle your lemon juice
Morgan Stone Langley is a hard working mother of two who thinks it is important to make sure her family eats healthy and delicious meals despite her hectic work schedule. She was raised to make due with little and she has carried those lessons into her adult life. Friends often ask her to share recipes, tips on organizing, budgeting, finding deals at the grocery store, and many other things, so she decided to start this blog. She looks forward to interacting with you in the My Daily Dish comments.