Fish-and-chips get a healthy makeover in this weeknight-friendly recipe! If you’re like me, then the thought of deep-frying fish in your kitchen seems like a smelly mess. In this version, the fish is baked on piles of thinly sliced potatoes and lemon until flaky and golden brown.
This hearty recipe from Mozie’s in Gruene is a real crowdpleaser. It gets extra crunch from panko crumbs and a nutty flavor from freshly grated Romano cheese. As a bonus, Mozie’s also provided their recipe for their creamy chipotle sauce. Toss the sauce with angel hair pasta and serve the crispy chicken sliced and arranged on top.
Chilean sea bass is buttery and flaky and perfect in this dish from Jonathan’s The Rub in Houston. If you can’t find it, black cod is also a good white fish substitute. If you’re using a store-bought rub, look for one with citrus in it like dried grated lemon or orange peel.
Our friend, Austin-based ‘Handmade Mama’ Mary Helen Leonard at Mary Makes Good, shares the recipe to her favorite indulgent meal, this luxurious Lemon Scampi with Gulf Shrimp and Roasted Broccoli.
Bullfight in Austin celebrates the best of Spanish food, drink and culture. Every menu item is meant to be shared – that includes this incredible seafood paella from Chef/Owner Shawn Cirkiel.