Thursday, August 22, 2013

Recipe: Parm Fish

2 pounds of your favorite mild fish (I love fresh whitefish, but cod, or any inexpensive white fish works well)
oil (OK - I like using bacon fat here, but canola oil works well also)
1 T minced garlic
3 eggs
Parmesan cheese.

Put 1 c. flour on a plate.  Set aside.  Put eggs in a flat container (a bread pan works well here) - mix so it looks scrambled.  On the next plate put ~1c flour, 1/2 cup bread crumbs, salt and pepper.  Mix. 

In large skillet, heat oil.  Add garlic to oil.

Now in assembly line fashion put each fish in plain flour, then egg, then your flour/bread crumb mixture - making sure to cover with each product.  Place in hot garlic oil.  Cook on medium heat, turning once, after about 3-4.  The fish usually cooks rather quickly (10 minutes).  When fish cooked take fresh shredded Parmesan cheese (I get a large container at Sam's club) and put on each fish - enough to cover the fish.  Cover and continue to cook until cheese melts.

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