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Free yourself from the fear of grilling fish. No more sticking. No more rubbery results. Prepare juicy, flavorful fish to enjoy simply, or in your favorite dishes, from halibut tacos to refreshing green salads topped with salmon or swordfish.
Combining classic Creole seasonings and a fragrant roux, this streamlined stew delivers the flavors of the famous seafood jambalaya served in New Orleans. Substitute any mild, white fish for the cod, such as monkfish, rockfish or halibut. Add clams or crawfish or even a bit of spicy sausage. Or serve as is with crusty bread and a fruity white wine.
Aromatic whole cumin seeds impart texture and spice, while a touch of coconut oil, ideal for high temperature pan frying and searing, lends a sweet tropical flavor to the dish. While you may use ground cumin in this recipe, whole cumin seeds typically have more flavor and a longer pantry shelf life. Tuna is delicious, but feel free to substitute any firm whitefish, including mahi mahi or halibut.
Spiced halibut fillets are baked along with eggplant, carrots, tomatoes and olives until tender and flaky in this traditional favorite. Charmoula, a Moroccan marinade of paprika, cumin, cilantro and garlic, is a classic seasoning for fish. "Tagine" refers to slowly simmered meat, fish and vegetable dishes that have both a sweet and savory flavor. Not to be confused, it is also the name of the earthenware dish in which these highly aromatic stews are prepared and served. Serve this fish tagine over couscous for a complete delicious meal.