SPICY OVEN FRIED CATFISH ROLLED IN GARLIC – BUTTER CRUSHED CROUTONS / HOMEMADE TARTAR SAUCE WITH SWEET PICKLE RELISH – MINCED ONION – LEMON JUICE

–catfish (1 fillet, large)

–cayenne pepper

–garlic – butter croutons (crushed, one-half cup after crushing)

–salt and pepper

–olive oil

–mayonnaise

–lemon juice

–sweet pickle relish (bottled)

–minced onion (one-fourth onion, chopped fine)

1 – Place a generous amount of garlic – butter croutons in a plastic bag.  With the back of an ice cream spoon, crush the croutons.  In a separate plastic bag, place the catfish.  Season with salt, pepper, cayenne pepper, and olive oil.  Then pour the crushed croutons into the bag with the catfish.  Shake well.

2 – Microwave the catfish in a covered baking dish with a very small amount of water for 4 minutes, longer if an especially large fish.

3 – Place one-third cup of mayonnaise in a mixing bowl.  Add 2 tablespoons of sweet pickle relish and one-fourth onion, minced.  Spirt with lemon juice.  Season with salt and pepper.  Stir well.  Refrigerate until time for dinner.

4 – Serve the catfish hot, with the homemade tartar sauce.  I also served baby lima beans and baby Dutch potatoes (recipes, use the search box on this blog)

–recipes original.

Author: Celia Hales

Site features gourmet Mediterranean microwave cooking, often featuring original recipes by the blogger as well as recipes by master chef Edward Giobbi; and a second site on the spiritual dimension of the law of attraction.

2 thoughts on “SPICY OVEN FRIED CATFISH ROLLED IN GARLIC – BUTTER CRUSHED CROUTONS / HOMEMADE TARTAR SAUCE WITH SWEET PICKLE RELISH – MINCED ONION – LEMON JUICE”

    1. Hi!

      I am not an expert on appropriate foods for diabetes, but I do not normally use much sugar in my recipes. I try to post very healthy recipes. I hope that you will find good things. I do use potatoes, though not so very often.

      Thank you for writing in.

      Most cordially, Celia

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