Blackened Fish Recipe
This recipe calls for trout, but catfish or red snapper would be equally good. Be sure to have a well-ventilated kitchen!
Eight ingredients and you've just made your own salt-free Cajun seasoning mix at home.
Tilapia is quickly blackened to make these fish tacos that come with a zesty red cabbage slaw and homemade guacamole.
Cod fillets are seasoned with blackening seasoning, grilled, and served on buns with homemade slaw in this delicious summery recipe.
Catfish fillets are coated with a spicy seasoning mix, and pan-fried outdoors in a hot cast-iron skillet for an authentically Cajun main dish that's done in only a few minutes. Watch out, though, the smoke is intense.
These blackened tilapia fish tacos are simple in the air fryer--air-frying the fish quickly at a high temperature results in a crispy crust but keeps the fish moist and flaky.
Fire up succulent salmon with an exciting blend of Cajun-style spices!
I LOVE THIS RECIPE! I use it on Tilapia mostly. I ad 1 tsp of garlic powder to the mixture. I place fish on foil, sprinkle with olive oil & liberally with spice mix on each side, put on a dollop of butter, and wrap each piece in its own package. I cook on the bbq for 10 minutes each side. On rainy days, I bake in the oven at 425` for 10 minutes on each side. Turns out perfect every time. Thanks for sharing.
Buttery pan-fried catfish fillets are served over a bed of spicy white rice in this quick dinner.
Fillets of red snapper are coated with a mixture of pepper and herbs, then cooked at high heat until the coating blackens. Spicy and delicious!