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TheKeeneroo:
SUMMER SAUCE FOR WHITE FISH (WHITE SEA BASS, HALIBUT, CABEZON, CALICO, LINGCOD, ROCK FISH)



INGREDIENTS

•   1 cup mayo
•   1/3 cup soy sauce
•   2 tbs olive oil
•   2 tbs Lillet Blanc (or sherry)
•   Juice of 1 fresh lime
•   ½ tbs sesame oil
•   6 minced garlic cloves
•   Handful fresh chopped fresh herbs like cilantro, basil, and tarragon
•   Couple dashes of Tobasco

DIRECTIONS

Combine ingredients, stir well.  It will have the consistency of salad dressing and look disgusting, but after it’s cooked with the fish it is terrific.  Cover thick fillets of fish in a generous portion of the sauce and wrap in foil.  Bake 25 minutes at 475F, or lay on hot grill.  Sealed in the foil with the sauce, the fillets will come out super moist, rich, and flavorful.  It can also be used as a marinade and brushed on fish which is cooking right on the grill.
 
In the refrigerator, the pre-made sauce will keep for quite some time.

RICE is super easy too, just cook wild rice in chicken stock, add sour cream, chopped almonds and mushrooms. Mix it up and bam!

P.s. not my recipe, but it's amazing and really easy!

DG:
I will give it a try. 

ryang85:

--- Quote from: DG on August 07, 2018, 04:13:38 PM ---I will give it a try.

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Sounds a lot more appealing than the ol Norwegian cheese cod.

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dank:
The "Bam!" part is essential to exciting cuisine. ;)

the_derek:

--- Quote from: ryang85 on August 07, 2018, 09:50:32 PM ---
--- Quote from: DG on August 07, 2018, 04:13:38 PM ---I will give it a try.

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Sounds a lot more appealing than the ol Norwegian cheese cod.

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yeah, but that was delicious

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