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Old 07-31-2007, 01:11 AM   #1
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Orange Roughy

Tonight for our Dutch Oven Monday meal, we tried fish for the first time. We bought some orange roughy, and simply sauteed it in olive oil, garlic and lemon pepper. There's no real recipe. It's that simple. We sauteed each filet for about 4 minutes on each side, and it came out flaky and tender. We also had made a bread crumb topping by toasting bread earlier in the day and leaving it sit out all day. Just before we started the fish, we chopped up the bread in the food processor into fairly small crumbs.

We tried Rice-A-Roni's fried rice as a side dish. It was nothing like any fried rice any of us had tasted before, and it turned out quite mushy. We would not recommend this particular product.

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Old 09-24-2007, 06:30 PM   #2
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Hi Garry, this looks great. What are you using for heat? Were you able to do this with coals, or did you have to use gas?
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Looks good Garry!!



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Hi Garry, this looks great. What are you using for heat? Were you able to do this with coals, or did you have to use gas?
In this case we used gas. I'd never done fish like this on coals, so I didn't want to take the chance of ruining it. I did use my cast iron skillet though.

After doing it this way, I do think doing it on coals will not be a problem.
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We usually wrap fish in aluminum foil when we are cooking outdoors over either gas or coals. I like the idea of using the cast iron skillet though.
I guess it's just what you get used to doing. Thanks Garry the meal looks good.
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