Sharon in Mo., these
are baked fish recipes where the cheese
makes the sauce.
with Shrimp & Onion
1 to 1-1/4
lb. filets, any kind
Old Bay Seasoning,
1/3 lb. cleaned cooked
1 T. butter
stems chives, snipped or 2 T.
2 very thin slices
provolone cheese for each filet
Sprinkle filets lightly on both sides
with Old Bay. Place skin side down on
sprayed foil; chill. Pre-heat oven to
400º. Saute' onion in butter till
tender; add shrimp, chives, & 1/2 tsp.
Old Bay; heat through and set aside.
Bake filets 10 minutes (9 if small, 12
if thick); remove from oven; top with
shrimp mixture, then cheese; dust with
Old Bay. Now Broil at 500º till cheese
melts. Serves 2 to 4; easy to increase.
Marilyn in FL
Fish a la Roxie
our easy version, taking short-cuts
White fish filets, any kind, Green
Turtle used flounder mostly
tomato per filet
medium onion per filet
1 tsp. minced
garlic per filet
2 slices American
Swiss processed cheese per filet
Lemon wedges for
Heat oven to 450º. Brush
foil lined pan with oil, lay filets on &
brush them too. Sprinkle with garlic &
dust with pepper. Slice tomato & onion
very very thin; lay on filets, onion
first. Bake 15 minutes for 1/2" to 3/4"
thick fish, then lay cheese on top in
one layer (it can overlap) & bake 3 or 4
minutes more, till cheese is totally
melted. Serve at once to as many as
needed. Thanks for this ( & apologies !)
to those who remember the old "Green
Turtle Inn", Islamorada.