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 Yummy catfish recipe "Catfish Allison"

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Rusty246

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Yummy catfish recipe "Catfish Allison" Thu, 08/25/11 1:58 PM (permalink)
I receive emails from "Mr. Food" and thought I'd try this particular recipe.  It begins by stating:  Mr. Food and our TV production team went nuts over this recipe when they visited a restaurant in the Mississippi Delta.  They thought it was one of the best fish recipes they had.
 
I have to agree, it's addicting.  Rich but addicting.  These flavors just really work. And I know you're not supposed to tamper with recipes....
 
1c grated parmesan( I used 2/3)
1/2c mayo
1/2 stick butter, room temp ( I used 1 stick butter, call me Paula)
3 scallions, sliced
1/2t worcestershire sauce
1/2t hot sauce
4, 6oz U.S. farm raised catfish fillets
 
Preheat oven to 350, coat a rimmed baking sheet with cooking spray
In a medium bowl, mix all ingredients except catfish, mix well
Place fish on prepared baking sheet, spread mixture evenly over fish
Bake 20 - 25 minutes or until fish is golden and flakes easily with a fork, serve immediately.
 
I actually put mine under the broiler for a short time.  Served this with a fresh salad.
 
Give it a try!  I wish I knew who Allison was, I'd like to shake her hand....
<message edited by Rusty246 on Thu, 08/25/11 4:04 PM>
 
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    tcrouzer

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    Re:Yummy catfish recipe "Catfish Allison" Thu, 08/25/11 3:48 PM (permalink)
    That does sound very good! Thanks for posting this!
     
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      Foodbme

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      Re:Yummy catfish recipe "Catfish Allison" Thu, 08/25/11 8:15 PM (permalink)
      The -
      1/2t worcestershire sauce
      1/2t hot sauce
      Is that Tablespoon or Teaspoon?????
       
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        ann peeples

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        Re:Yummy catfish recipe "Catfish Allison" Thu, 08/25/11 8:18 PM (permalink)
        Usually, just guessing here, "t"means teaspoon. A large "T" indicates tablespoon. At least that is what i was taught in home ec...
         
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          Foodbme

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          Re:Yummy catfish recipe "Catfish Allison" Thu, 08/25/11 8:30 PM (permalink)
          ann peeples

          Usually, just guessing here, "t"means teaspoon. A large "T" indicates tablespoon. At least that is what i was taught in home ec...

          To me, TBSP means Tablespoon and TSP means teaspoon.
          That way if you've been "In the Sauce" while cooking, you probably won't get them mixed up too often!
           
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            ann peeples

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            Re:Yummy catfish recipe "Catfish Allison" Fri, 08/26/11 3:38 AM (permalink)
            You are correct, my friend, but both are acceptable. Ask Betty Crocker or Julia Child.
             
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              Foodbme

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              Re:Yummy catfish recipe "Catfish Allison" Fri, 08/26/11 3:58 AM (permalink)
              ann peeples

              You are correct, my friend, but both are acceptable. Ask Betty Crocker or Julia Child.

              I can't. They're both Dead!
               
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                Rusty246

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                Re:Yummy catfish recipe "Catfish Allison" Fri, 08/26/11 10:37 AM (permalink)
                ann peeples


                Usually, just guessing here, "t"means teaspoon. A large "T" indicates tablespoon. At least that is what i was taught in home ec...

                You are correct!
                 
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                  mar52

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                  Re:Yummy catfish recipe "Catfish Allison" Fri, 08/26/11 1:09 PM (permalink)
                  That sauce baked on a cracker would be richly delicious.
                   
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