Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Recipe Wednesday: Lindsay Below

Dishwasher Fish
In honor of my new release, His Familiar Touch, in the Paramourtal anthology, I am going to share a verified Newfie recipe. Because in my story, Rikkita is a werecougar, I am sharing a fishy recipe. While I am a vegetarian, this recipe is for those who eat meat (or fish, in this case).
Note: Before you begin, you want to run your dishwasher without soap or dishes through a heavy cycle, to clean out any lingering soap, etc. Once will do the trick.

2 whole fish (Arctic char or salmon)

1 1/2 cups bread crumbs

2 medium green onions, chopped

1 tbsp savory

1 tbsp butter, melted

Using a large, sharp knife, cut the heads (to behind the gills) and the tails off the fish. Slice it in half lengthwise parallel to the cutting board. De-bone and gut the fish, leaving only the pink meat.
Mix bread crumbs, onion, savory, and butter in a large bowl. Stuff the fish with mixture.
Wrap the fish in at least three sheets of tin foil (5-6 is recommended). Put fish in the top rack. Set the dishwasher to run for one full cycle.
Uncover and serve.

L. K. Below writes romance and speculative fiction. Under her full name, Lindsay Below, she publishes young adult books. Visit her at http://lbelow.blogspot.com.

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1 comment:

Lisabet Sarai said...

Truly bizarre, Lindsay!

I have to say, I wouldn't trust the dishwasher to be clean, even after running a no-soap cycle.

However, it seems as though you could accomplish the same basic idea by steaming the fish for an hour.

Great title on your post,though. I just had to go look!

And good luck with your book!