Sautéed Wreckfish

Sautéed Wreckfish


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Sautéed Wreckfish
The Atlantic wreckfish resembles a grouper or bass, it inhabits deep waters of the Eastern Seaboard. Prior to living in Charleston I had never seen or tasted wreckfish. Allegedly it’s one of most sustainable fish in the world. There are less than 10 boats with commercial wreckfish licenses, and each boat is issued a specific quota for the entire year. If you live in a part of the world where it’s available, I suggest give it a try.
Prep Time 5 Minutes
Cook Time 15 Minutes
Servings
People
Prep Time 5 Minutes
Cook Time 15 Minutes
Servings
People
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F.
  2. Sprinkle the fish with salt and pepper. Press the fish into the wondra on a plate to coat both sides. Heat a large oven-safe saute pan(carbon steel)over medium-high heat for 4-5 minutes.
  3. Add canola oil to pan and sauté fish without moving about 2 minutes per side. immediately place pan with fish on the center rack of the oven. Bake until the fish is just cooked through, 6 to 8 minutes, depending on the thickness of the fillets.
  4. Serve with sliced lemon.

Oatmeal

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Oatmeal
It’s January, that means I need to lose some pounds. Oatmeal’s a good way to start the day, when watching calories. We can thank Alton Brown for this technique.
Cook Time 35-40 Minutes
Servings
People
Ingredients
Cook Time 35-40 Minutes
Servings
People
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Bring the water and a half cup of the milk and salt to a boil in a small pan.
  2. Place a medium saucepan over medium heat. Add the butter and when it's melted add the oats. Stir for a few minutes or until the oats smell slightly toasty.
  3. Add the boiling water/milk to the oats pot and reduce heat to maintain a simmer for 25 minutes, without stirring.
  4. Add the remaining milk gently stir into the oatmeal and cook for an additional 10 minutes. Spoon into a serving bowl.
  5. Add toppings if desired.