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Lemon Peppered fish with collards

Updated on April 17, 2016

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4 stars for Marian Perkins

Fresh Fish

The seamen of the sea soared many lakes, ocean and rivers to bring us fresh fish.

How we cook it is up to us. What I did was use flour, lemon and peppered seasoning to coat the fish. I then placed it hot vegetable oil, cooked until golden brown crust. I placed on the side collared greens.

"teach a Man to Fish"

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Ingredients

  • flour, fish, vegetable oil, Lemon Peppered season

Cook Time

Prep time: 10 min
Cook time: 1 hour
Ready in: 1 hour 10 min
Yields: 3 servings

Golden Crust Lemon and Peppered Fish

  1. First, You will place 2 cups of flour into a dish add the Lemon and peppered season Next, You will place the thawed fish in the seasoned flour
  2. You will have a pan of hot oil on the stove. Place fish skin facing up int the oil. Turn fish on the other side when it begins to brown.

Whiting fish

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Whiting fish

English name for whiting fish is Merlangiro Merlangus, is fished out of the Eastern North Atlantic ocean , North Mediterranean, Western Baltic and Black seas.

Collard greens

Dark-colored, edible leaves and mainly in Brazil, Portugal, the southern United States, many parts of Africa, the Balkans, northern Spain and in northern India. They are in the same cultivar group as kale and spring greens, to which they are genetically similar. The name "collard" is a corrupted form of the word "colewort" (the wild cabbage)

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    Marian Cole-Perkins 2 years ago from Orange

    It looks delicious

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    Marian Cole-Perkins 2 years ago from Orange

    cooking this dinner brought me memories of when Jesus fed millions of people from 4 slices of bread and 2 fish. I needed to feed three.

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