Originally from New Orleans, LA, Hurricane Katrina blew us up to East Tennessee in 2005.
Simply put, I just love to cook. Expirimenting and creating is the therapy that relaxes me.
Learning from so many other talented bloggers challenges me to cook outside of "my comfort zone". It also challenges my family, especially my children, the Homegirlz. They now know there's more to life than chicken nuggets and French fries.
This sounds like some fancy-smanchy dish and a taskmaster of a recipe, but actually it is very simple. It's more of a method than a recipe. Here, I'll show you what I'm talking about.
Lay a piece of aluminum foil approximately 12 to 15 inches long on your counter top. Spray one side with a non-stick cooking spray...I don't take any chances when it comes to the possibility of food sticking. Place 3 thin orange slices in the middle of the foil.
Generously coat your fish fillet (rainbow trout shown here) with extra virgin olive oil. Season to taste with Kosher salt and freshly cracked black pepper. Place your fish on top of the orange slices.
Sprinkle sliced almonds on top of the trout.
Seal up your fish in the foil.
Place your foil packets on a pre-heated grill on high heat. Grill about five minutes per side.
This was a real winner. The delicate flavors, the moistness of the fish. Give this a try with your favorite fish!