Monday, August 29, 2016

Lemon Garlic Whiting Recipe feature Tessemae's Dressing

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We have had the pleasure of reviewing the wonderful Tessemae Dressings the last week. I have created some great recipes that I know you will find just as mouth watering! First up a new favorite the Lemon Garlic Whiting.
What you will need:
Tessemae Lemon Garlic dressing
1 dash of Orange Ginger
1 dash of Parsley
1 cup Panko crumbs
2 eggs
4-5 Whiting (fish fillet)
1 cup flour
1/2 cup coconut oil (to fry in)

First mix the flour, Parsely, Orange Ginger together. Add the Panko crumbs to another bowl. Whisk the eggs and 2 tbs. of Tessemae Lemon Garlic dressing. Heat your coconut oil in a frying pan to let it melt and get nice and hot before adding the fish.
Tessemae’s organic dressings, marinades, and condiments are the perfect enhancement to these delicious foods –they use real, whole sourced food ingredients and are now certified USDA organic. I added this to the egg mixture and it adds a wonderful flavoring to the fish! 
Dip the thawed fish into the flour mixture, then the egg mixture and then to the crumbs. After add to a pan of hot coconut oil and let fry. Turning over as it becomes golden brown and cooked.
If you enjoy a nice crispy texture you can add to a baking sheet and pop in the oven for a few minutes at 350. This recipe is SUPER easy after they are baked serve and enjoy! 
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28 comments:

  1. These look really good. I don't know Tessamae's but now i want to!

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  2. That looks yummy. Not a big fish person but this is worth giving it a try.

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  3. My husband eats fish, he'd love this recipe.

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  4. Wow! This looks really awesome. I forwarded this recipe to my friend who loves fish. Am sure she will love it.

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  5. I love garlic but I am not too into fish. I may have this try this recipe but substitute for chicken.

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  6. I love lemon garlic flavors and often use it on chicken. Have never tried it on fish before, but I need to after seeing this!

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  7. I love this recipe! The flavors would blend perfectly for a seafood or poultry dish and they seem fancy.

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  8. YUMMY!! we love having fish different ways. This sauce sound delicious and is something i would lvoe to try.

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  9. This looks like a delicious marinade and I would love to try it out with some veggies.

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  10. crispy fresh fish with garlic is a perfect match for any day for me, though not in this pattern but surely one good also, but will try this one soon. thanks for sharing.

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  11. I'm not an avid fish eater, but these look delicious. Thank you for posting. I always love reading about food and looking at the photos. yum...Getting hungry now ;)

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  12. That looks so tasty. I'm always on the lookout for ways to prepare fish. Thanks for the idea.

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  13. Lemon garlic is perfect for fish! I love the flavor combination and it's really easy to do do! Thanks for the yummy recipe!

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  14. I absolutely love fresh seafood, especially fish so this is a recipe that sounds right up my alley. I can honestly say though I don't know if I've ever had whiting before.

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  15. LOVE the idea of frying in coconut oil, why have I never thought of that?!?!? Thanks for the tips!

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  16. Looks and sounds so delicious! I like that kind of crispy fish. I have just now recently found out that coconut oil can be actuallu use for frying and it has made my life easier :)

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  17. YUM! This looks delicious! My husband cooks like this all the time and coconut oil is brilliant :)

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  18. Oh yummy!! This is an amazing recipe & yes, I definitely do love them crispy. Such a handy tip ;) Btw, I have never tried that dressing. It sounds great!
    xox Nadia
    www.mielandmint.com

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  19. wow that looks really tempting.. i think i could match it with rice hehe.. this are very easy to prepare too so I thank you for giving me another idea on what to have for dinner!

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  20. It looks delicious! I saved the recipe for my mom. She'll definitely love it and my brother too! They'll love to try them.

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  21. I rarely use dressing, but your recipe include orange ginger and parsley I haven't used them with fish fellit, so that's interesting. GIGI

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  22. This looks delicious! WE will have to try this over the holiday weekend and see how it turns out.

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  23. I love making fish for dinner, definitely trying this one. It looks delicious :)

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  24. I am a huge fan of fish and garlic recipes. I've been trying to substitute meats with chicken and fish lately so this recipe would be perfect.

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  25. Love this recipe! I've tried several ways of making crispy chicken and fish (I like super crunchy ;) but never thought to bake them a few minutes! Adding some lemon dressing would add great flavor too. I'm definitely going to try this!

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  26. I've bookmarked this page. This recipe is delicious and I can't wait to try it!

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  27. I'm just about to have lunch and now my food looks so sad compared to that awesome food you are sharing on this post... oh dang! Well I will have to make this dish soon, thanks for the idea!

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  28. I love whiting fish so I ill try this delicious recipe thanks for sharing.

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