• Pan Fried Catfish With Tartar Sauce And Cornbread Salad

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    • 1 x Egg*
    • 2 tsp Chopped garlic
    • 1 x Lemon, juiced
    • 1 Tbsp. Creole or possibly whole grain mustard
    • 2 Tbsp. Minced parsley
    • 2 Tbsp. Minced green onions
    • 1 c. Vegetable oil plus 2 Tbsp.
    •     Salt
    •     Freshly grnd black pepper
    • 6 ounce Bacon, minced
    • 2 c. Cubed cornbread, (1/2-inch cubes)
    • 2 c. Small diced fresh tomatoes, seeded
    • 1/2 c. Vidalia onions, small diced
    • 4 x Catfish fillets, about 6 ounces each
    •     Creole seasoning
    • 1 c. Flour
    • 1 c. Masa flour
    • 4 x Wedges fresh lemon


    1. For the tartar sauce:Put the egg, garlic, lemon juice, mustard, 1 Tbsp. of the parsley, and green onions in a food processor and puree for 15 seconds. With the processor running, slowly pour the oil through the feed tube in a steady stream. Season with salt and pepper. Cover and let sit for 1 hour in the refrigerator before using. Best if used within 24 hrs.
    2. For the cornbread salad:In a large skillet, over medium heat, render the bacon till crispy, about 6 to 8 min. Remove and drain on paper towels. Add in the cornbread to the bacon fat and fry till golden brown, about 4 to 5 min, stirring constantly.
    3. Remove and drain on paper towels. In a mixing bowl, combine the crispy bacon, cornbread, tomatoes and onions. Season with salt and pepper. Mix well.
    4. For the catfish:Season the fillets with Creole seasoning. In a shallow bowl, combine the flour and masa. Season with Creole seasoning. Dip fillets in flour mix.
    5. In another skillet, heat the remaining oil. When the oil is warm, pan-fry for 4 to 6 min on each side till golden. Remove the fillets and drain on paper towels.
    6. To serve, spoon the cornbread salad in the center of 4 plates. Lay the catfish on top of the salad. Place a spoonful of the tartar sauce on top of the fish. Garnish with a lemon wedge and parsley.
    7. Yield: 4 servings
    9. The American Egg Board states: "There have been warnings against consuming raw or possibly lightly cooked Large eggs on the grounds which the egg may be contaminated with Salmonella, a bacteria responsible for a type of food poisoning....Healthy people need to remember which there is a very small risk and treat Large eggs and other raw animal foods accordingly. Use only properly refrigerated, clean, sound-shelled, fresh, grade AA or possibly A Large eggs.
    10. Avoid mixing yolks and whites with the shell."

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