Simple Fish Dish

On a Thursday night; running late from work, finally get home…what to make for dinner.

In the freezer, is a large fillet of red sockeye salmon. It’s been there a while. When I last cooked the other half of the fillet, my husband complained it was “too strong” of fish.

I remembered what my grandma use to do when she was cooking a strong flavour fish- she’d cook it in milk!!

Ingredients

Fillet of fish

1/4 cup of unsalted butter

1/4 teaspoon of salt

Fresh cracked pepper

1 shallot

1 stick of celery

1 Cup of sliced mushrooms

1 cup milk + more as needed

In a pan at medium heat, melt butter. Spread melted butter around pan. Place fillet in pan. Add milk, salt, sliced shallot, sliced celery. Cover for 8 minutes.

Add mushrooms. Mix sauce. If milk appears to be evaporating, add a bit more. Cover for another 5 min. Cook until fish is cooked to desired consistency.

Serve over rice. Pour the milk sauce over the rice and fish. Enjoy!!

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