Catfish Courtbouillon (Pronounced "Coo Bee On")
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Catfish Courtbouillon (Pronounced "Coo Bee On")
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:12:36 AM. Recipe ID 40625. URL: http://artofhacking.com/aohfood/40000/40625-catfishcourtbouillonpronouncedcoobeeon.htm
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      Title: Catfish courtbouillon (pronounced "coo bee on")
 Categories: None
      Yield: 1 Servings
 
      3 lb Filet catfish
    1/2 c  Salad oil
      2    Onions; minced
      1    Clove garlic; mined
      1 cn Tomato sauce
           Lemon slices
 
  Here's a recipe that my stepfather used to make and which is out of
  this world. This particular recipe is from Mrs. Frederick Hollier and
  is in the River Road Recipes cookbook. My stepdad had his own version
  (similar to this one), but unfortunately while he was still around I
  had no interest in learning to cook! Boy, am I sorry now. I miss all
  of his cooking, but especially this one.
  
  Bring oil to medium heat. Add alternate layers of fish, sprinkled
  with salt and black pepper, onions and garlic, lemon slices and
  tomato sauce. Add no water. Cover. Simmer for 1 hour. A small amount
  of water may be added toward end of cooking time if necessary for
  more gravy. Serves 4. Serve on mounds of rice, along with tossed
  green salar and French bread.
  
  Just a note - my stepdad always cooked this in a cast iron dutch oven.
  




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Recipe ID 40625 (Apr 03, 2005)

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