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Spanish Fish Fry

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  • Non Veg
Cuisine:
    • 20 mins
    • Serves 4
    • Easy

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    The Spanish Fried Fish is surprisingly easy to prepare given how difficult the ingredients sound on paper. It requires little other than concentration and a little detour to the grocery store, all the ingredients can be fetched for an economical price point. This makes it easy on the wallet for budget oriented individuals such as students who are pressed for both time and money. The Spanish Fish will stimulate the taste buds in unique ways and also bring nutritious goodness to the table.

    Health benefits

    Salmon and trout are classical species of fish which are known to carry useful strains of protein that can power the daily needs of cells. They are an excellent source of selenium which is an excellent way to fight off radical cells to prevent cancer.

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    How to Make Spanish Fish Fry

    • Rinse and drain the fish fillets.
    • On a large plate, mix the flour and bread crumbs. Add ½ tbsp of salt and ¼ tbsp ground pepper to the plate.
    • In a heavy bottom skillet, pour olive oil to coat ¼ inch of the surface. Heat on medium high.
    • Marinate the fish with flour mixture on both sides. Add to the frying pan, ensure both sides are fried and the color turns into golden brown.
    • Remove the fish and drain on a paper towel.
    • Peel and chop the garlic. Cut lemon in half pieces.
    • Pour the lemon infused olive oil in a separate frying pan.
    • Heat the oil on medium. Stir in chopped garlic and simmer for a few minutes but do not allow it to brown.
    • Add 3 tbsp of flour and fry for about 3 minutes. During this time period, gradually pour the white wine.
    • Squeeze a few drops of lemon juice and capers. Stir continuously to let the sauce thicken
    • Place the fish fillets on a plate. Apply the sauce over the fillets and garnish with lemon slices.
    • Serve with rice. Enjoy!

    Trivia

    Did you know that by the year 2050, there will be more plastic waste in the oceans that fish by weight? This is because plastic waste is does not decompose even after decades.

    Joanna Evans

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