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Village Idiot said:Ginger Miso Red Snapper in a Shiitake Mushroom Broth
Ginger Miso Red Snapper in a Shiitake Mushroom Broth
Good lord that looks good. Recipe?
Good lord that looks good. Recipe?
2 cups Water
4 tablespoons Aka-miso, divided
4 large Shiitaki mushrooms, stemmed, thinly sliced
3 Green onions , dark and pale, thinly sliced: white part minced
4 tablespoons Vegetable oil, divided
1 tablespoon Ginger, fresh, minced
2 6 oz. Skinless red snapper filets (or any white fish)
1/4 cup Panko bread crumbs
1. Whisk 2 cups water and 2 tablespoons red miso in medium saucepan. Add shiitake mushrooms and simmer over medium heat until mushrooms are soft, about 5 minutes. Stir in dark and pale green onion tops. Cover to keep warm and set aside.
2. Meanwhile, mix 2 tablespoons red miso, minced white part of green onion, 2 tablespoons vegetable oil, and minced fresh ginger in small bowl. Sprinkle snapper fillets with salt and pepper. Spread ginger mixture over 1 side of snapper fillets, pressing to adhere. Sprinkle panko over coated side of fillets; press to adhere.
4. Preheat Egg to 300-350, direct.
3. Heat 2 tablespoons vegetable oil in medium nonstick (or CI) skillet. Add fillets to skillet, coated side down, and sauté until brown and crisp, about 3 minutes. Turn fillets over and sauté until cooked through, about 3 minutes. Divide shiitake mushroom broth and shiitake mushrooms between 2 shallow bowls. Place 1 fish fillet in center of each bowl. Sprinkle chopped fresh cilantro over and serve.
Foghorn said:Blackened Mahi Mahi. Get egg and cast iron pan to 500+ degrees. Dip filet in melted butter then cover with "blackening" spice mix (I just buy whatever is available). Throw it on the cast iron for 1 minute per side or so. This works with shark, halibut, and redfish for sure. If the filet is more than about 3/4" thick it will need to cook longer.
Blackened Mahi Mahi. Get egg and cast iron pan to 500+ degrees. Dip filet in melted butter then cover with "blackening" spice mix (I just buy whatever is available). Throw it on the cast iron for 1 minute per side or so. This works with shark, halibut, and redfish for sure. If the filet is more than about 3/4" thick it will need to cook longer.
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I want to try and roast oysters on the egg......anyone tried this?
1 tablespoon Seafood Magic, or blackened seasoning
4 tablespoons Butter, room temperature
1/2 cup Mushrooms, sliced
1/4 cup Wine, dry white
1 cup Cream, heavy
1/2 cup Shrimp, or more (or crab)
1/4 cup Parsley, chopped
1 bunch Scallions
1 clove Garlic, finely chopped
4 tablespoons Butter
Heat a skillet and add 1 tablespoon of Seafood Magic (or blackened seasoning). Add 4 tablespoons of room temperature butter (remove skillet from direct heat to keep butter from burning) and melt. Return to skillet to medium heat, Add 1/2 cup of sliced mushrooms and brown. Add 1/4 Cup of dry or semi sweet white wine to deglaze pan. Add 1 cup of heavy cream and reduce until thick. Add 1/2 cup (or more) of medium shrimp (or if you have larger shrimp, dice them in 3 pieces), 1/4 cup of chopped fresh parsley, 1 bunch of scallions (with tops) and cook until shrimp are pink. When shrimp are cooked, add 1 clove of finely chopped garlic and whisk in 4 tablespoons of room temperature butter. Let simmer (but don't let butter separate) for a couple of minutes. Spoon over fish (and, it ain't bad over the rice, either).
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