Friday Fish Recipe


| 2/15/2013 3:09:20 PM


Tags: Fish, Pompano, Lent, sautee, Kristina Estis,

Pompano in White Wine Butter Sauce

Along the Gulf Coast, many Catholics and non-Catholics alike observe the season of Lent.  We are blessed to have a variety of fish readily available, but it’s a long way to Easter.  Even the finest fried mullet can get tiresome after a few weeks, so I want to share some of my favorite fish recipes for you to enjoy.   Pompano is a lean, mild fish that can easily be overpowered by strong seasoning.  Keeping the ingredients simple lets the flavor of the fish shine. 

This recipe is perfect for any lean fish fillet.

Pompano in White Wine Butter Sauce 

Ingredients 

4 Fresh Pompano fillets

nebraska dave
2/17/2013 2:44:08 PM

Kristina, I have not heard of Pompano. Is it a ocean fish or fresh water? I love the thought of tomato and cucumber salad but spring time in Nebraska, it's difficult to get a decent tomato or cucumber. I do like a good fish fillet and always have in mind to go to our local Catholic churches for their Friday fish fry during lent but the lines are just way too long for me. I guess I'll just have to eat my fish at home. Trout is my favorite which is right next to Walleye. Have a great fried fish day.





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