Saturday, 2 June 2007

Nannygai

This is such a simple dish. I really think you could use any fish with this. I went for a fish that is very common in North Queensland. I hope I have spelt it correctly, it's called a Nannygai. This fish is so meaty. Just like chicken, but it's fish. It is quite an extraordinary fish.
Basically you just pan fry your thick fillets of fish on a high heat in a little butter and olive oil for about 2-3 Min's on the first side. Then flip them over for 30 seconds on the other. Remove from fry pan and place in a lined oven dish.
Top with this gorgeous mixture of one cup of Almond Meal and 3 rashers of Bacon diced finely, (that has been already fried till crispy in the fry pan before you fry your fish).
Bake the fish with the topping on, in the oven for 7- 9 Min's on 180 degrees.
Then drizzle with this amazing product I found at Woolworths. It's an Italian Balsamic Reduction. Simply stunning and so convenient. Especially if it is a weekday meal.

Serve with your choice of yummy veggies and walla, your done. Dive into that crispy topping, juicy fleshy fish, that twang and tickle of Balsamic Reduction. This is so easy and so delicious. Heaven, I am sooooooooooooooo in Heaven :)

Tomorrow, I make my gorgeous blow your head off, slap you in the face, American Style BBQ Sauce with some lovely smoke liquid. Yeeeeeee Haaaaaaaa!!!!
OK that's enough information, tell you more tomorrow.


2 comments:

Coffee & Vanilla said...

Sounds good.
I will be making chicken in semsame seeds and honey tomorrow, I will post it in couple of days.

By the way, you have been tagged by me, please check my blog ;)

Enjoy your weekend,

Margot

Squishy said...

That sounds like a little bit of honey sesame heaven mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm sacrilicious!!!!!