tirsdag 3. februar 2009

New things

I had half the dough from yesterday left, wrapped in foil in the fridge


Little Chef loves his pasta with white sauce
and this time with home made pasta
Then on to another new ingredient:
Pangasius bocourti or Basa
I've seen it where get my groceries,
but it's not a common fish
in the Norwegian houshold.
I thought: I'll check that out!
Googled a bit, and asked a friend for advice
He sent me some ideas and a link and suggested
So thats what I did
Plenty of spice, pepper,salt and a bit of brown sugar

since I had no lemon, I used orange.
It was a hit!

8 kommentarer:

doggybloggy sa...

nothing beats fresh pasta -once you have it nothing is as good....and the basa looks like something you have been making all your life - it looks so tasty!

Peter M sa...

...and that folks is dinner...love spicy, cajun cat fish and good job on the homemade noodles!

Marjie sa...

I've never used brown sugar as an ingredient in a fish recipe! Sounds just great, and your pasta looks very nice, too!

marina sa...

Sometimes I wonder if I communicate with a famous sef (YOU) and I don't really know it....!:)
Everything you make looks so yuuummy...that I wish I could take a bite from them! But then again I'm lucky you're so far cause I would be fatter...and I already have some extra kilos!!!

Darius T. Williams sa...

I bet this was a hit...blackened catfish is LOVELY!

TavoLini sa...

ooh, that looks GOOD! I love all blackened seafood :) Smart idea to use the orange.

Mmm the pasta looks great too!

Anette sa...

Le Chien: I was surprised how easy the pasta making was! and the blackening of the fish, I'll try that on other types too caus it tasted very good!

Peter: Thanks! I appreciate that!

Marjie: I hadn't tried that either, but it worked very well!

Marina: It's just my hobby, and I'm not afraid to try new things or experiment a little!

Darius: I promise it'll be on the menue again in this house!

Tavolini: The orange did the trick! And the pasta: both ravioli and the plain, it was easy and didn't take so long time either.

buffalodick sa...

Catfish is big in America- most of it farm raised now..