Yahoo for Wahoo! This Elegant Fish Dish is a Dream!!!Includes Main Course Recipe / July 14, 2016
Scenario A: You have no time but you want something pretty. YES. This is your dinner.
Scenario B: You have guests to impress the holy bejeebies out of. YES: This is your dinner.
Scenario C: You’re tempted to use a bottle of Marinara from your pantry, but you don’t embarrass yourself and just make spaghetti. YES. This is your dinner!
While cleaning my kitchen after making this beautiful meal. I realized that I had only just begin my meal about 2 hours before. That means I prepped, cooked, plated, served, ate, laughed, sighed and then cleaned up in less time than it takes most people to get a mani-pedi. And I totally jumped for joy! (But then I dirtied the kitchen again to make cookies. Go figure. Ron loves his chocolate chip cookies!)
Yes, Wahoo is a bit pricy. And you will have to shell out a few Lincolns to buy the best. Yes it is worth every red, cotton-picking cent. I recommend that you downplay the fact that the meal prep was fast, and get to setting your table with love, and turning on some classical music. Bach was my background. Linens were ironed and silky. And the Riedel glasses were center stage.
Once I took that first bite, I was actually surprised at the transcendent experience of it all! It tasted like pearls and silk, and a spray of the sea. So moist, and velvety. So fresh and firm yet the fork went through it perfectly, flaking in a way that reminded me of of how Grace Kelly might bow, or how Marilyn Monroe might take a seat. JUST THAT GORGEOUS.
Although I added a few twists like fried eggplant, NONE of this was complicated. In fact eggplant might even be considered peasant food next to this high-faluting, celebrity of fish yumminess. But when battered and fried, and covered with marinara, it complimented everything! You should know that I baked the fish with just a hint of fine Tuscan flavored olive oil and salt and pepper. The textures were perfect.
Super lovely, eh? And served with a little bit of cheesy, garlicky pasta, then topped with hot red chiles, I was even scaring myself into believing I had truly reached the pinnacle of Wednesday dinner nirvana.
Hopefully you will feel the same when you try it!