Simple, easy and tasted great. Thanks a bunch!
I had picked up a package of pollack on sale at the supermarket and wasn't sure what to do with it. This site came to the rescue. My husband was concerned that I spice it up too much--keep it simple! he implored. I found this recipe and realized that I had all the ingredients on hand. I defrosted the fish, poured off all the water and mixed up the ingredients. I didn't have fresh dill, so I use less of the dried. I didn't have fresh lemon juice, but used concentrated. I used whole grain garlic mustard instead of Dijon and light brown sugar instead of white. I sauteed it for about three minutes, then turned it off to finish cooking on the other side. He loved it. Only sorry I forgot to take a picture! It would help if you'd make suggestions about what else to accompany the recipe--such as sides? I served mine with a rice, corn, and white cheese mixture and sauteed potato slices and onions. Hubby kept saying "mmmmMmmm" as he ate it. Yeah!
Great, easy, and quick recipe! Served with oven roasted carrots (with some minced garlic added a the end of roasting and parley after they've had a minute or so to cool ... or you could use dill) and a small caesar side salad.
This was delicious and very easy to make, even as an unplanned recipe after a full day of work. My husband loved it!
I make this with halibut my husband brings back from an annual fishing trip. He won't let me try any others on it because he loves this one so much. Even the kids love it!
My kids loved this and they don't even like mustard. The marinade gave the fish a bit of flavor and helped keep it moist. We'll make again!