October 31, 2010

Honey lemon fish

For quite some time I was trying to get this perfect blend of honey and lemon for a sauce. Last time I tried with chicken and the blend was not perfect. This time I tried it with fish. And it turned out quite well this time. Tangy lemon and sweet honey almost perfectly complemented each other. The rosemary added a hint of flavor. I loved this simple preparation.

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(Serves two)

4 fillets of fish (silver hake)
1 inch ginger
2 cloves garlic
2 lemons
2tbsp honey
1sp rosemary
Olive oil


1. Dry the fish fillets and rub with salt and pepper.
2. Heat olive oil in a pan and fry the fillets until golden brown.
3. Drain the oil in kitchen napkins and keep aside the fried fillets on serving dishes.
4. In the meantime, squeeze the juice out of lemons.
5. Grate the garlic and ginger, and add only its juices to the lemon juice.
6. Now add the honey to it and mix uniformly with a little bit of warm water.
7. Season with pepper and rosemary.
8. Simmer the sauce for a couple of minutes on a hot pan.
9. Pour the sauce over the fried fish fillets.

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