Dip Marinated Fish

By Tina
In Dinner
Aug 2nd, 2013
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Yep, you read it right. Check out this fish marinated in dip! On a recent trip to a Mediterranean dip shop I came across this delicious sundried tomato and garlic dip and decided to use it as a marinade. It came out SO delicious I just had to share it! Of course use your discretion when selecting an appropriate dip but I feel there is a lot of room for experimenting here.

Feel free to leave a comment on what dip you tried and if it works!

Ingredients:

2 Filets of Sole (or any white flakey fish)
3 tbs of your favorite dip (I used a sundried tomato and garlic dip)

 Directions:

1.) Rinse and pat dry your fish and coat generously with the dip of your choice.
2.) Coat the fish in generous layer of dip on both sides.
3.) Place into a medium heat fry pan with a little oil and cook till golden.

Sounds different/weird/crazy but I promise this dip-fish was a winner!

I then paired it with store bought fresh tabbouleh, baby kale leaves and baked honey carrots!
(You can find my recipe for baked honey carrots here)

http://www.foodwithfeelings.com/baked-honey-carrot-fries/

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