Super Baked Fish Recipe

I used the Vietnamese Pan-something-or-other fish I told you about on earlier posts.

Bed the bottom of the pan with half-dozen corn tortillas,

1 each frozen fish filet

1 cup frozen green beans

1 cup frozen brocolli

1/4 cup tropical trail mix

Generic Cajun seasoning to taste

1/4 stick butter on top

Bake 60-90 minutes at 350 F.

You can be the second person in the Universe ever to try it if you hurry.

Old Jules

6 responses to “Super Baked Fish Recipe

  1. Hi Jules,
    Looks and sounds a great recipe for a yummy dish. I think I need to try it some time soon.
    Take care, and have a good one,

  2. Yo Jules – I probably won’t cook this but it made me hungry. On the way through Denver yesterday I slipped over to Vietnamese row and went into a market I go to. There had so many different kinds of fish. I just want to try everything in these places.

  3. It reminds me of recipes I’ve created and, surprise!, it tastes good. When there were more people around here to be fed, if they asked what I was making I’d state the day of the week followed by surprise- Friday Surprise. If it tasted pretty good my husband would grin and say “That’s not a surprise, it’s a MIRACLE!” Makes me laugh just to think of it.
    It looks good to me.

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