Tuesday, August 19, 2008
If you're looking for a quick and healthy dinner the answer is only a frozen fish filet away. When I'm working in the hospital, cooking dinner becomes almost a hassle. I get home and don't want to spend too much time cooking; I just want to eat and get ready for bed. So, this becomes a staple. I always keep some frozen fish on hand. Tilapia is a favorite but flounder and catfish are good, too. Salmon is great but I usually try to do that fresh. Just take out your fish and either run it under warm water if you don't have much time or place it on an aluminum pan if you have more time. When it's thawed season it with Tony's and sprinkle some corn meal over it. This cornmeal will give it a crispness that is remeniscent of a fried fish!!! Then place it in a 425 degree F pre-heated oven and let it cook for about 12 minutes. Then serve up with some veggies and you've got a quick and healthy meal.