Jackie’s Cook Book Challenge: Pangasius


It’s been a while since I’ve posted a cook book challenge post but here’s a really simple recipe that we use often. It is pangasius fillets served with a little extra. I am sure you could use other firm, white fish as a substitute.

Pangasius with extra
serves 2

2 pangasius fillets
50 g smoked salmon
coarse mustard (I use this one from Maille)

Apply some mustard to one of the pangasius fillets. Place the smoked salmon on top of the mustard and finally place the second fillet on top of this. Season the stack with salt, pepper and perhaps some lemon juice. Divide in two. Place in an ovenproof dish, cover with foil and place in a 200C / 400F hot oven and cook for 20-30 minutes until the fish has cooked through. Easy peasy.

This can be served with almost any kind of side dish but I like to serve it with broccoli, green beans, green salad, oven baked veggies or something along those lines.

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5 Responses to Jackie’s Cook Book Challenge: Pangasius

  1. Åh, jeg bliver helt sulten :oP KH 10na

  2. Charlie says:

    DEN må jeg prøve – da den fisk med det ukendte navn for et par år siden pludselig var ugens tilbud i hele Danmark og vi var mange der ALDRIG havde hørt om den blev jeg “den mistroiske forbruger” og tænkte – OK – hvad er det mon for noget der tilfældigt er kommet i et fiskenet ude i den store verden !! Så vi har ALDRIG spist den – men hvis du gør – så tør jeg også – og det lyder lækkert. TAK for opskriften. =0)

  3. jackie says:

    that looks delicious! I’ve never heard of that kind of fish, but I would think we could sub tilapia or halibut for a similar result. Your salad looks great too.

  4. margitbloch says:

    Ser super lækkert ud… og den fisk spiser vi da med jævne mellemrum. Forestiller mig at det er god for fisken at få selskab at lidt laks… den har jo ikke stor tyngde af smag selv ;o)
    Men dette må prøves… så tak for det…
    Knus

  5. Alfie says:

    Sidder og bliver helt sulten – den må jeg prøve en dg.

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