Wednesday, February 24, 2010
Salsa Dancing Fish
Everybody at my house loves my Salsa Dancing Chicken from the e-book, which I make by the big batch as Multiply Meals. But today, I am trying to find new ways to really like fish--at least not the battered and fried variety. Since I really like that chicken, I decided I just might really like the fish too. Actually, I really did!
The Salsa Dancing sauce is a combo of spicy mustard and salsa, with just a touch of sweetener. Yum. It converted really easily to a single serving for my lunch today. I still haven't convinced the guys to eat fish.
Salsa Dancing Fish for One
1 tilipia fillet
1 teaspoon salsa
1 teaspoon spicy mustard
1-2 drops of stevia or other sweetener
Combine the salsa, mustard and sweetener. Spread it over a frozen or thawed fish fillet. Wrap the fish in foil and bake until it flakes easily.
I served some sauteed veggies on the side. By adding lime juice, the flavor really pops and tastes like fajitas! Use whatever veggies you like, but a little onion will really boost the flavor. A salad would be good too.