Hello folks and welcome to another recipe Wednesdays. This week, our recipe is Grilled fish with Creole sauce.We hope you’ve tried most of the recipes we have displayed over time and you are fast becoming the kitchen expert you always wanted to be.

We’re back in the honeymoon island of Seychelles this week and we are excited about getting our feet into white sands, feeling the cool sea breeze in our faces and enjoying an exquisite creole seafood dish. To see more of this wonderful island, click here.

Grilled fish with Creole sauce is a staple dish of the people of Seychelles, usually eaten with rice and chutney.

If you are ready to whip up this storm, bring out your cooking utensils and let’s get cooking.

 

Preparation time: 1 hour

Serves: 4

Calories: 111

Ingredients:

1 Whitefish

2 tbsp crushed garlic

2 tbsp crushed ginger root

1 lemon juice

2 tbsp Sunflower oil

2 diced tomatoes

1 diced onions

1 diced sweet green pepper

200 grams canned tomatoes

1 tsp tomato paste

4 capers

Cooking Method:

Preheat oven to 150 degrees C.

Marinate fish with ginger, garlic, lemon juice, salt and pepper.

Heat the sunflower oil in a pan and for two minutes, grill the fish on both sides then put in oven to cook for 10 minutes.

white fish

To prepare the sauce, using the heated oil in the pan, add the tomatoes, onions and peppers so that they sautee.

diced pepper

Add the tomato sauce and paste, garlic, ginger and capers then add about 250ml of water and bring to boil for about fifteen minutes. Add salt and pepper to taste.

canned-tomatoes

crushed garlic

crushed ginger root

Serve and enjoy.

Grilled fish in creole sauce

Recipe taken from: World Recipes

 

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Michael Usifo

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