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onetiredmummy Thu 17-Sep-09 21:09:02

What's good with baked white fish apart from boring boiled spuds........

bigpantywoman Thu 17-Sep-09 21:11:19

Dauphinoise pots? (i.e sliced and layered with cheese and cream, then baked)

Chinese style, noodles and stir fry?

Mini baked potatoes en papillote i.e new potatoes wrapped in greaseproof paper with butter and baked in oven?

moondog Thu 17-Sep-09 21:11:43

Bean, olive and tomato salad
Green salad
Fried potatoes
Stir fired broccoli with ginger & soy

onetiredmummy Thu 17-Sep-09 21:19:10

Thanks ladies, you are brilliant!! Just the stuff

CuppaTeaJanice Thu 17-Sep-09 21:26:00

Bulgar wheat (cook like rice, tastes like posh risotto!) with fried courgette slices, onion, mushrooms and cherry tomatoes stirred in.

Never tried it with fish but I'm sure it would be delicious!!

MyCatIsABiggerBastardThanYours Thu 17-Sep-09 21:27:44

cous cous always works well with fish
Sliced up peppers, mushrooms, onions, courgette etc, roasted in hot oven for half an hr with a little olive oil

StirlingIsFedUpOfTheRain Thu 17-Sep-09 22:04:04

These green lentils and chorizo is lovely with fish...

Pan fry the white fish, then put on warm plate and cover to keep warm, then (For 2) In same pan fry the chopped up chorizo (60g), 5 spring onions, a chopped up red pepper and a chopped up garlic clove. Then add a drained and rinsed tin of green lentils, a handful of chopped up parsley, a squeeze of lemon juice and season.

Put lentil mixture on the plate and lay a piece of the cod/white fish on top.

In all honesty, it is gorgeous!

thereistheball Thu 17-Sep-09 22:04:42

Bake the fish with a smear of tapenade (black olive paste) in a packet with cherry tomatoes, slivered red onions, and finely sliced - previously steamed - new waxy potatoes.). Serve with green beans wrapped in parma ham.

RealityIsNOTDetoxing Thu 17-Sep-09 22:08:15

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