Greek Grilled Catfish
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
Surprisingly tasty and oh so fast and easy to prepare! I used Cavender's Greek seasoning and the dried mint as specified. I made a fourth recipe & used 3 thin catfish fillets from a pkg of Costco frozen catfish. I turned the oven to 450 and baked the fully thawed fish 4 min -- perfect. I was skeptical about the mint, but it really works with the catfish.
Answer to djh866 Greek seasoning comes in a yellow and red can and is rather expensive. On allrecipes.com it's a mixture of salt, garlic powder, basil, oregano, cinnamon, black pepper, parsley, rosemary, dill, marjoram, cornstarch, thyme, and nutmeg on allrecipes.com On this website, the Test Kitchen home economists came up with their own rendition of the ethnic blend.
Yes, I am going to make this recipe again. It did not taste fishy and everyone loved it. I made it with out the mint and will be making it with the mint next time. Absolutely fabulous and it is quick.
I grilled exactly they way the recipe said and it was really good. The more cheese the yummier. In addition, they were moist and not too fishy. Then the greek seasoning, I found at Walmart and Ralleys.
This is my second time to make it. The first time i followed the oven directions, this time the grill. I LOVE it ! It is easy to prepare, a no fuss recipe. To djh866 I used Cavender's All Greek Seasoning.
What is Greek Seasoning?I have not seen it named as such in Wisconsin.