Thursday, July 17, 2014

Pan Fried Marlin with Tropical Salad

Here is a meal recipe I cooked tonight on the go. I just put it together as I made it. it is healthy and simple. You can use other fish if marlin is not available, but a deep sea fish steak is preferred.

Pan Fried Marlin - Tropical Salad

Pan Fried Marlin with Tropical Salad Ingredients:


Salad
  • Papaya
  • Green Rock Mellon
  • Tomato
  • Lettuce
  • Apple Cider Vinegar
  • Calamansi Juice
  • Olive oil

Fish
  • Marlin Steaks
  • Chopped Ginger
  • Chopped Garlic
  • Chopped Lemmon rind
  • Lemon Juice
  • Flour
  • Season with sea salt & Black pepper

French Fries
  • Coconut or vegetable oil
  • Potato

Directions:

Mix the flour with seasoning and coat fish in the mix. Preheat pan, once hot place some oil into pan, get hot and cook your French fries turning regularly for an even color.

Once the fries are cooked take them out and put them in a warm dish so they don't go cold. Reuse the oil and pan from the fries for the fish. Place the fish into the hot oil and fry until light golden brown on each side. Before you take them out place the chopped garlic, ginger and lemon rind into the pan shake and then cook for another minute or until done. At the last minute place some lemon juice into the pan to deglaze it and add flavor to the fish. Turn the fish to coat it in the lemon juice. Now serve it all out onto a plate.

Take the salad ingredients and break them down by either chopping or breaking up. Mix in a dribble of olive oil and apple cider vinegar. Cut a couple of calamansi's up or you can substitute calamansi for orange with lime then pour the juice over the salad and mix it all together.

Tropical Salad Pan Fried Marlin Pan Fried Marlin - Tropical Salad French Fries


You can now serve it all together, enjoy!

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