Below is my seafood recipe for Texas Style Smothered Catfish from About.Com Fish and Seafood Cooking, where each week I share my newest seafood recipes and tips.
This week’s recipe for Texas Style Smothered Catfish, is a great and hearty way to celebrate this popular fish which is a popular part of American Southern, Asian, and Eastern European cuisine.
This vibrant Tex-Mex seafood dish was designed to be a delicious, yet quick and convenient meal in the microwave.
The recipe can be easily doubled (or tripled) depending on how many hungry intruders…er, guests show up for dinner.
If you’re not a catfish fan (yet), feel free to substitute tilapia instead.
Catfish is high in Vitamin D and tilapia is high in Niacin, Selenium, Vitamin B12 and Potassium, so whatever you choose, this is a win-win situation.
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