Thursday, September 22, 2011

Vintage Recipe Thursday: Baked Fish with Creole Sauce

Baked Fish with Creole Sauce
Hooray for Modern Meal Maker, because it has some awesome recipes. This Baked Fish in Creole Sauce was how I finished up a bag of frozen pollock filets--I always keep an eye out for sustainable fish that's on sale. This pollock was only $3.30 per pound! Score! Also on the menu: Technicolor Vegetable Salad and Blackberry and Apple Tray Bake (recipe tomorrow!). The recipe makes enough sauce for six servings--just make the whole batch and refrigerate or freeze.


Baked Fish With Creole Sauce


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While we're on the subject of "creole," a while back I watched Cecil B. DeMille's 1938 spectacle, The Buccaneer, starring Fredric March as pirate and war hero Jean Lafitte. I watched it because I totally love Fredric March, but you might consider watching it because it's fairly entertaining and you can watch it streaming on Netflix. Anybody else a bit aggravated by Sunday's announcement? Frankly, I don't understand why the streaming and mailing need to be separate companies, I think having to have two separate accounts is a pain in the butt and I also think "Qwikster" is a stupid name. Plus, I really liked knowing when a movie on my DVD queue was available to watch instantly--Netflix has just created more work for me.  Boo.

Poster from Doctor Macro

7 comments:

  1. $3.30 per pund for pollock is awesome!

    Netflix is a major disappointment, completely oblivious to the needs and preferences of their loyal customers.

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  2. I'm very curious for your receipe of the blackberry and apple tray bake, sounds yummy! I love white fish, I must try this sauce too. I usually eat my fish with sauce proven├žale (it's similar to this one, it's with tomatoes, paprika, zucchini, onion and herbs). :)

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  3. That creole sauce looks wonderful! Love the little banner across the picture. Qwickster? I saw that the other day - sounds stupid to me too. It reminds me of that movie The Italian Job where the guy wants to be called Napster.

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  4. Oooooh, I love a tomato based sauce, and this fish looks incredible! LOL at the expression on the lead guy's face in the movie poster - he looks a little like she's standing on his foot.

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  5. Sounds like Netflix has a death wish. Your fish looks good, and what a great price for it. Thank you for participating in Vintage Recipe Thursday, Lauren.

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  6. What a terrific fish recipe! Love the sauce (and the price for the fish!). Mmm, your blackberry and apple dessert sounds yummy.

    Boo Netflix is right! We cancelled our DVD mailing account (Qwikster? please!)and will instead use Redbox or our local video store (yes, we have an independent store that is awesome and rents every movie possible...you would love it!).

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  7. i want to try that! YUM!

    kylie
    www.spencerandkylie.blogspot.com

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