Enjoy the ease and out-of-this-world taste of home cooked fish when you use this simple warm and spicy fish rub for seasoning.
Course: Main Course
Keyword: fish rub
Author: Jessica Fisher
1/8tspground cayenne pepper
In a small bowl, combine all the ingredients. Store in an airtight container in the cupboard or freezer.
To serve: Brush fish steaks or fillets with oil. Sprinkle a generous amount of seasoning on the fish and rub it in. Cook the fish over a hot grill until it begins to flake. Alternatively, you can broil or saute the seasoned fish. You can tell the fish is done when it pulls apart easily.
Here are some of the strategies you can use to make this recipe more economical:
Buying in bulk – Using dried herbs and spices within 3 to 6 months is key to maintaining their flavor. It would make sense to buy small bottles, however small bottles are pricier than larger ones. For herbs spices that I use in great quantity, I buy large packages from Costco or Amazon. I fill my small jar and then store the larger package in the freezer to extend its shelf life. For spices I use infrequently, I buy small amounts from the bulk jars at the health food store. In this way, I always have potent dried herbs and spices.
Recipe courtesy of Jessica Fisher, Good Cheap Eats