Mayo shines in 'fried' fish sandwich if Mayo shines in 'fried' fish sandwich equals For about a year now I've been trying to find a good way to infuse my basic baked fried haddock with the taste of Thai red curry paste.

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February 23, 2011

For about a year now I've been trying to find a good way to infuse my basic baked "fried" haddock with the taste of Thai red curry paste.
And the solution has repeatedly escaped me. Until now.
My haddock couldn't be simpler. I whisk eggs, mayo and mustard in one shallow bowl, and fill a second with panko breadcrumbs. I then dredge haddock fillets through the egg mixture, then through the panko, then bake them on a sheet in the oven.
That's it. And they're delicious.
But I'd wanted to add the gentle yet complex spicy heat of red curry paste. I'd always focused on adding the curry paste to the egg mixture, but no matter how much I added I never was able to taste it. Ditto ...[if "Mayo shines in 'fried' fish sandwich " equals ""]For about a year now I've been trying to find a good way to infuse my basic baked "fried" haddock with the taste of Thai red curry paste.
And the solution has repeatedly escaped me. Until now.
My haddock couldn't be simpler. I whisk eggs, mayo and mustard in one shallow bowl, and fill a second with panko breadcrumbs. I then dredge haddock fillets through the egg mixture, then through the panko, then bake them on a sheet in the oven.
That's it. And they're delicious.
But I'd wanted to add the gentle yet complex spicy heat of red curry paste. I'd always focused on adding the curry paste to the egg mixture, but no matter how much I added I never was able to taste it. Ditto ...

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News date : 02/23/2011    Category : Nassau Guardian Stories

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