pan fried angelfish with lime zest salt

with lime and lime zest salt

This is just a very simple and delicious way to cook a fillet of fish.

I took one fillet of angelfish, you could use any nice firm white fish, dusted with some flour seasoned with salt, pepper and lime zest. I heated about 3 tablespoons of sunflower oil in a pan and pan fried the fillet of fish, flesh side down, turning once, until golden brown and cooked through.

In a pestle and mortar grind up the zest of a lime and a few pinches of Maldon salt.

Sprinkle generously over the cooked fish and spritz the juice.

I ate this with my crispy noodle slaw with honey & soy dressing.

delicious and so simple with lime zest salt


3 Responses to pan fried angelfish with lime zest salt

  1. nina June 24, 2010 at 8:37 pm #

    Flavored salts are the best. Such a simply way to take any dish up a few nitches!!


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