This recipe had just an odd mix of flavors. The green olives were way too much. You couldn't even taste the capers. I would not make this again.
emanymton03 Posted: 04/08/14
Nofusscook Posted: 03/26/14
This dish was excellent. Easy to cook and delicious. I seeded the jalapeño as I did not want the dish to be too spicy. Great combination of flavours.
yorkiegirl Posted: 04/24/14
This is terrific! The combination of ingredients was perfection. I used less jalapeños which suited us better. This recipe was quick, easy and delicious.
steponme Posted: 04/01/14
This was delicious, however, I had to 86 the jalapeños off to the side of my plate, it was so hot, that I couldn't taste. After my taste buds recovered, I was able to savor the flavor;-). Next time I'll cut way back on the jalapeño.
redenton Posted: 03/16/14
This was very easy to cook. I usually do not like fish, but this was delicious. I also do not like pimentos, but I could not even taste them in this dish. Overall, it was a hit with my wife and father.
EllenDeller Posted: 07/05/14
Made this for lunch yesterday, and it was great. I would definitely make it for dinner and for company. My only change was to use canned Rotel chiles and tomatoes (which eliminated the need for the jalapeno) and double the capers. We had this with a side of seasoned black beans instead of rice, and we didn't feel the need for another vegetable. I strongly advise weighing your olives, as they come in some many different sizes. We had queens in the fridge, and thus it only took 8 of them to make a full 2 oz. I also sliced the olives rather than halving them, which helped to disperse the flavor.
sarakroe Posted: 08/13/14
My brother raved about this dish. I cut it down for one serving just for him one night. We were eating meat in our meal and he is a pescatarian. I didn't have the olives in the recipe, so I used kalamata and he said it was a great choice!
LDombeck Posted: 05/04/14
Really good and easy. I omitted the jalapeno, but still very flavorful. Will make again.
MoniqueR83 Posted: 03/27/14
Omitted the jalapeno from this recipe and it was still very delicious. I had to tweak the simmer time as my fish was still undercooked. After 10 or so minutes, the fish flaked beautifully and the end result was amazing. I also served this with whole wheat quinoa instead of rice and a quickly sautéed garlic spinach.