Happy New Year!
If you haven’t been following along with the delicious dinner party recipes I’ve been posting, here they are:
Part II: Parmesan Stuffed Mushrooms
And now we are finally up to the main course. For the main course we had Latkes with Leeks and a Swai Bake with White Wine Lemon Garlic Sauce. The Latkes recipe will have to wait – my mom made them, so I will have to try her recipe and then write about it.
But here is the Swai recipe. It would be great served with a simple pasta tossed in olive oil or with rice to soak up the delicious white wine sauce.
If you have never heard of Swai, it is one of my favorite fishes. (I like having the opportunity to say ”fishes” – it’s a fun word!). It tastes very light and is not too fishy, and cooks very quickly because the fillets are pretty thin. It is also cheaper than a lot of other seafood. All of these reasons make it perfect for a large dinner party – you won’t be breaking the bank, and even people who don’t like fishy fish might enjoy this dish. Plus it’s so easy to cook, it’s perfect for when you have lots of other recipes to worry about in the kitchen.
(Sorry for the lack of fancy serving ware. We had to bake this at my aunt’s house, and had no time for pictures after we transferred the Swai to the serving dish.)
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Here are some other awesome ways to cook Swai: