HALIBUT IN JEWELS’ FANTASTIC FISH MARINADE

Jewels’ fantastic fish marinade (The Family Chef) is one of my favorite recipes.  It is excellent with fish, mixed into quinoa or rice, & can be turned into a refreshing salad dressing.  The meal in this post is halibut in Jewels’ marinade, which I served with brown rice & easy almond green beans.  The marinade is tasty with all types of fish, so try it with your favorite. The salad dressing is described in a separate post.  I hope you like this marinade as much as I do!  The marinade will last for a few days.


INGREDIENTS
Fish Marinade (Will yield about 2 cups)
½
Fennel bulb
1
Large shallot
1
Lime, zested (juice the lime & recerve for another recipe)
1
Lemon, zested (juice the lemon & save for another recipe)
½ tsp
Salt
To taste
Cayenne pepper (or black pepper)
¼ – ½ cup
Olive oil (I use ¼ cup)
Optional Additions
1 tsp
Curry powder (or to taste)
A handful
Fresh parsley or dill (I used parsley)
½ stock
Lemongrass, finely chopped
Fish
1
Halibut fillet (½ lb) or fish of choice
~ ½ cup
Fish marinade

PREPARATION
1.  If you are serving this with rice, start the rice. 
2.  Finely dice the fennel & shallot, with a knife or a food processor.
3.  Place the fennel & shallot in a medium sized bowl.  Add the lemon zest, lime zest, salt, cayenne pepper, olive oil, & whichever optional ingredient you add (I used Italian flat leaf parsley).  Mix well.

4.  Pour ¼ cup – ½ cup of the marinade over the fish, & let it marinade 5 min – 1 hour.


5.  Grill the fish on a hot grill directly, or in a foil pouch.  I have prepared it both ways, & prefer to cook it in a foil pouch.  Cook 10-12 min, or until the fish is opaque & flakey.  

6.  While the fish cooked, I steamed green beans, then sautéed them with a little olive oil, garlic, & roasted almonds.

SUGGESTIONS

·        Turn leftovers into salad, & use a little of the 
      marinade to make a light, refreshing salad dressing.

·        Toss tomatoes, cucumbers, or other vegetables with the marinade (or dressing)
·        Add the marinade to cooked quinoa or rice


WHAT AM I SUPPOSED TO DO WITH THE LEFTOVER 1/2 FENNEL BULB?
YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE:
YOU DON’T HAVE A MORTAR & PESTLE, ZESTER OR JUICER? 

Thank you for leaving a comment, if you choose to.  I read each one, & genuinely appreciate your feedback!  

Following Eat Right For Your Type?  Click here to jump to Dr. D’Adamo’s Typebase Index to see how the ingredients in this recipe work for you.
Do you want to learn more about the Blood Type Diet?  See the links I have posted in the left column of this site under the heading “Learn More About the Blood Type Diet.”

Advertisements
This entry was posted in B Blood Type, Eat Healthy, Fish, Gluten-Free, Main Dish, Quick & Simple, Salad Dressing. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s