Chef Rob Stinson cooks Baked (Fried Like) Catfish with a Yogurt Tartar Sauce. Grilled Asparagus and Roasted Red Pepper Slices. Rebecca Turner has a quick and easy way to make Oatmeal. We travel to Indianola MS to check out Delta Pride Catfish and our guest is the Director of Nutrition Services for the MS State Department of Health, Donna Speed.
BAKED FRIED LIKE CATFISH PREPARATION
Mix egg and milk in small salad bowl. Combine all seasoning ingredients and whisk until very consistent. Dip Catfish filet in batter (milk/egg) and then dredge in the seasoned flour. Spray zero fat in sauté pan and sear Catfish on both sides for one minute each. Place Catfish on baking pan and place in oven for 10 minutes at 400 degrees. Remove from oven and hold on hot pan till ready to serve.
YOGURT TARTAR SAUCE
YOGURT TARTAR SAUCE PREPARATION
Mix all ingredients in a small mixing bowl and hold till ready to serve in refrigerator.
ROASTED RED PEPPER SLICES PREPARATION
Turn fire on high on gas burner. Place red bell pepper on top of burner directly on fire. Turn the pepper every minute to carefully blacken the pepper on all sides. Place in brown paper bag and close to allow steam inside to help remove the skin of the pepper. Slice pepper in half and save one half and use the other after skin is removed. Slice the peppers 3/8-1/2” thick and roughly 3” long. Slice basil and onions and toss with vegetable stock. Place in saute pan and simmer with Red Bell Peppers for 2 minutes. Remove and serve
GRILLED ASPARAGUS PREPARATION
Mix all seasoning in small bowl. Spray asparagus with zero fat spray and dust with seasoning on all sides. Place in medium hot saute pan or over open grill if you have one accessible. Cook till asparagus is bright green and still crispy. (2-4 minutes and watch carefully to not overcook)