Anyways here's a quick and deliciously scrumptious recipe for baked fish fillet that I had to beg (literally) to get from my mother. Now before you all start whining like a bunch of poverty stricken poster children for testosterone poisoning, allow me to say that I have personally taste tested it, and despite being fish, it is actually really really good.
And I'm sure you will enjoy it too. Unless you screw it up. Then thats your fault.
Baked fish fillet
You can get boneless fish fillets from your nearest grocer or super, hyper, ultra, mega (etc) market. Take them home and wash the fish fillets with water (and if you're really adventurous, with detergent too). Leave them aside and prepare the marination.
Before you start, make sure you pre-heat your oven. Turn it on to 350 degrees C.
Next thing is to prepare the marination. Take a big bowl and mix the following ingredients:
- 3 - 4 tablespoons of white vinegar
- 1 tablespoon of any powdered fish or seafood seasoning
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1/2 teaspoon chili powder
- 1 tablespoon powdered cocaine ( just kidding)
Marinate the fish fillets and leave them in the bowl for about 10 minutes (or for 1 day if you're really hardcore).
During this time fetch a baking tray/pan/whatever and grease the inside with 1 tablespoon of olive oil or any cooking oil you prefer. Take the fish fillets and place them length-wise in the tray. Depending on the size of your baking tray, fit as many fish fillets as you can as long as theres a little space in between them.
Pop them into the oven and bake for around 30 minutes or until they look somewhat dry. And presto! You have some deliciously mouth-watering baked fish which not only tastes good but is healthy as well. Now you can eat it by itself, in a sandwich, or hell you can bring out the bedouin in you and have it with some ruz bokhary. Serve with a glass of chilled ice lemon tea.
Next week I'll tell you how to make delicous octupus & liver eggplant pie.