(Sidenote: Costco carries a varying selection of flash frozen, individual vacuum sealed frozen fish that retain fairly high quality for an extended period of time - can't recommend it enough if you're like me and don't always get around to preparing that fresh cut of meat or fish in a timely manner. The tuna's hit and miss, but I've gotten great results from mahi mahi, halibut, tilapia, grouper, sea bass, steelhead, and salmon).
|Heating up the pan|
So starting out with:
Paul Prudhomme's Seafood Magic
Preheat your oven to 375 F.
|Seasoned, and ready to go|
|About to go into the oven|
I served it on a bed of brown rice, with grill steamed asaparagus (15ish minutes in foil with lemon, pepper, sea salt) - was great meal - healthy and quick to make. And my whole kitchen smelled like rosemary for a day, so that was nice, too.
|A bit mangled, but delicious!|