Up until very recently one of the things that made me the most nervous in the kitchen was fish. I was terrified of messing it up. It felt so fragile and finicky. I was terrified that I would undercook it and I was terrified that I would overcook it. And, if I am being completely honest, there are certain fish that still scare me a little. But as I have experimented and tried different things out I have learned a couple of things:
- Simple seasoning works well! Complicated marinades can be great but are not necessary. If you’ve got salt, pepper, and some lemon. You’re good to go.
- The broiler or a hot oven is your friend. Quick, high heat cooking works really well for fish because it doesn’t dry it out.
The recipe I am sharing with you today is a great example of both of those rules. Just a little seasoning and a super quick, hot heat and dinner is ready! This recipe is so easy and so quick that it is perfect for those evenings when you get home late and aren’t sure what to do for dinner. Other than having the ingredients on hand, it requires no pre-planning, since you can cook the fish from frozen, yes frozen! And anyone can make it! Really!…