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Itchy Triggerfish Sandwiches with Sweet Potato Fries
I'll level with you, serve me an old shoe and I'll be satisfied provided it's topped with remoulade. I'm glad it didn't come to that. I think these fries look absurdly large here. Fished in! Little plate, little sandwiches.
1 large egg
1 fresh lemon (about 2 tablespoons)
1/4 cup chopped onions
1/4 cup chopped green onions
1/4 cup chopped celery
1 tablespoon prepared horseradish
3 tablespoons Creole mustard
3 tablespoons yellow mustard
3 tablespoons ketchup
3 tablespoons chopped parsley
Freshly ground black pepper
1 cup vegetable oil
Combine the first 10 ingredients in food processor until smooth. Add spices to taste.
Add oil in small amounts to running processor, allowing to fully integrate before continuing until emulsified. Refrigerate an hour before serving.
1 1/2 tsp yeast
1 tbsp sugar
1/2 c lukewarm water
1/2 c lukewarm milk
2 1/2 c flour
1/3 c oatmeal
Mix all in mixer with dough hook until supple.
Let rise 1 hour
Divide into 12 pieces, roll into balls and space evenly in greased 9x13 cake pan.
Let rise another hour. Brush with egg wash and sprinkle with sesame seeds.
350 degrees for 35 minutes on until golden brown.
1 triggerfish fillet, cut into 4 pieces
2x 1/2 lemon
1 tbsp milk
1/2c panko bread crumbs
1 tbsp basil
Dredge fish in egg/lemon/milk wash. Roll in panko mixed with basil
Fry in olive oil at medium heat until crisp and brown
Drizzle with lemon juice. Fish on 4 rolls. Remoulade on fish. Sandwich in belly.
SWEET POTATO FRIES
Cut sweet potato appropriately and spread out on baking sheet. Sprinkle with paprika and sea salt.
Cook in 450 degree oven until done (20-25 minutes, I think)
Why I <3 Saturdays
On occasion I would trek down to St. Lawrence Market on Saturdays (as opposed to any other day) and after 3pm (as opposed to any other time). Reason? SLM is closed on Sun and Mon and nearing closing time on Sat the fishmongers try to clear all their fresh fish, sometimes slashing prices to crazy levels. Normally I'd head to Seafront for my fish, and Caviar Direct for my "Indian Candy" (I LURV Indian Candy), but sometimes I can't help but nab the special deals at Dominic's. How special??
See the assortment above? That's almost a 1lb monkfish (?) steak, that's a "Seafood Delight" slice, and a small tray of gravlox. This would normally be around $25-30... I got it all for $10!!! I love $10 trays. Sometimes you get a crazy amount of one fish or another, but sometimes you can walk away with a lobster, some smoked salmon, and a whole bunch of fish. As I knew I'd have to eat all of this in the next day or two, I was conservative and only bought the one tray. This impromptu trip to SLM reaffirmed why I <3 Sats. :)
I recall this one time that I cooked for a group of friends, where WL and I stopped by the fishmongers to buy whatever we could get for a great deal. We bought these jumbo tiger prawns (about 3 prawns/pound at $15/lb vs $28!) that I served on a seafood risotto (with squid, salmon, etc from the same purveyor) which cooked up to be as large as a HOCKEY PUCK, EACH. All six of us giggled with delight as we dug into our feast! We giggled even more at the savings we had from nabbing a deal like this.
Domenic's Fish Market
St. Lawrence Market - South Market
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