Fried cajun mangove snapper with citrus garlic butter rice. Garlic Butter Rice – Buttery, garlicky rice – an easy side dish to compliment any meal, and so good you can eat it plain! Keep the slices whole, as pictured, or crumble it up and disperse it throughout the rice. Or for a shortcut, you could use Crispy Fried Shallots or Garlic that's sold in jars at Asian.
I love hearing how you went. Tony and Bo are fishing out of Grand Isle for mangrove snapper on this week's episode of Castin' Cajun. On this Cooking segment, brought to you by Tony Chachere's Famous Creole Seasoning Luke Theriot, of Don's Wholesale Broussard, demonstrates his recipe for jambalaya in a rice cooker. This Perfect Fried cajun mangove snapper with citrus garlic butter rice using 17 simple ingredients and 12 easy steps. Here is how you cook this tasty food.
Ingredients of Fried cajun mangove snapper with citrus garlic butter rice
- You need of Pan Fried Fish:.
- You need 1 of -Mangrove snapper (rinsed).
- You need 1 of -bowl of ice water.
- Prepare 1/2 cup of flour.
- It’s 1/2 cup of corn meal.
- Prepare 1 of -tsp. Cajun Seasoning.
- It’s 1 of -tsp. Garlic powder.
- It’s 1/2 of -tsp. Black pepper.
- Prepare of Garnish with orange peels.
- It’s of Citrus Rice:.
- Prepare of Jasmine Rice.
- You need 1/2 cup of water.
- It’s 1 cup of freshly squeezed orange juice.
- You need 1 of -Tbsp. Butter.
- Prepare 1 of -tsp. Zest orange.
- Prepare 1 of -tsp. Garlic powder.
- It’s of Fresh parsely.
Garlicky and buttery, this simple Japanese Garlic Fried Rice topped with garlic chips is a dish I have cooked many times over the years as one of Besides garlic, other common ingredients in Japanese Garlic Fried Rice are butter and parsley. You can omit butter if you're vegan, or use a substitute. This is a very moist and buttery rice with a good, but not overpowering garlic flavor. I just put some of the rice on a plate and put a fried egg on it and mix it together.
Fried cajun mangove snapper with citrus garlic butter rice step by step
- Clean and pat dry fish..
- Put ice cold water into a bowl..
- Mix together in a bowl flour, corn meal, cajun seasoning, garlic powder, and black pepper..
- Put coating mixture on a large plate..
- Bring skillet to a hot temperature with 1 Tbsp. of oil..
- Dip fish fillet into ice water first and then roll the fish into the coating mixture; lay into hot oil in skillet and cook for 4 minutes per side..
- Remove and set on paper towel..
- Triple rinse rice..
- In a pot, add rice, water, and orange juice, butter, and garlic powder; bring to a boil and boil until the rice begins to show out of the water; reduce heat and put a towel over the top of the pot and cover it with a lid; let summer for 15 minutes; then remove from heat and stand for 10 minutes..
- Put rice into a bowl and add the zest orange to rice with fresh parsley..
- Plate fish & rice and garnish with orange peels..
- Serve with Everglade Tomatoe & Lemon Cucumber salad. Enjoy!.
It is really good that way. Red snapper is a particularly excellent fish to grill, either whole or in fillets. While it might seem challenging, grilling whole fish really isn't difficult. Sauteeing or baking are also good methods for cooking red snapper. The fish can stand up to lots of flavors.