Pan Fried Fish

·         Fish fillets

·         Salt and pepper (and/or other seasoning such as Cajun or Creole seasoning)

·         All purpose flour

·         Butter and olive oil (or either one)

Season fish. 

Dredge in flour to coat. 

Heat butter and oil (equal parts) or one or the other in a heavy skillet—just enough to coat the bottom of the pan. 

Quickly pan-fry the fish, turning only once. 

Remove to a side plate and make a quick sauce (if desired) to pour over. 

Garnish with some chopped parsley and a slice of lemon.

A quick sauce: 

·         A finely chopped medium onion, bunch of green onions or 2 or 3 shallots

·         Dry white wine 

·         2 or 3 tablespoon finely chopped dill, parsley, chervil or tarragon

After the fish is removed from the pan, sauté the onion, stirring, just until it is tender. Pour over a large splash of wine and cook over high, stirring to reduce the wine by about 1/2. Drizzle over the fish before serving. Sprinkle with one of the fresh herbs.

Marilyn Harris

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