Last week my son brought me some golden tile fish from a local fish market called local 130. Local 130 supports and tries to sustain the local fish community in the USA. In doing a bit of research on golden tile fish, I learned from the website FishChoice, that golden tile fish is low in fat and has a delicate has a sweet taste similar to lobster or crab. My son purchased two nice size fillets for my husband and myself. While the fish was filleted, you need to be careful of small pin bones that may remain in the flesh of the fish.
To prepare the fish, I first seasoned the fish with salt and pepper then dredged it in Wegmans Pan Searing flour. I used my Williams-Sonoma GreenPan non-stick fry pan to prepare the fish. I added a bit of extra virgin olive oil to the pan and sautéed the fish on both sides. Since I prepared this dish after work on Sunday and wanted a quick meal, I made some brown rice and a toss salad to go with it. Healthy eating!
A former teacher, shop-a-holic, empty-nester redefining quick, family approved dinners.