How to cook Australian Queen Fish in Lime Juice
- 1 pound of fresh Queen fish fillet
- 4 limes
- Fresh chilli
- Olive oil
- Fresh coriander
- Remove skin and bloodline from Queen fish.
- Cut the Queen fish fillet into stripes (the size of your little finger). Keep well refrigerated.
- Squeeze 4 nice juicy limes.
- Add to the Queen fish stripes into a bowl big enough that you can toss the fish every now and then. The lime juice will cook the Queen fish for you (Lime juice being acidic will cook the fish).
- Add the salt and fresh chilli to taste and olive oil.
- Finish with a touch of fresh coriander if you like.
- Put the lot in the fridge and let it marinate for few hours.
- Place the marinated Queen fish on a bed of fresh mesclun (fresh assortment of lettuces) and serve with fresh bread and a nice glass of your favorite chilled white wine.
The Australian Queen Fish in Lime Juice recipe is delicious, simple, and really easy to cook.
The queen fish, queenfish or "queenie" is popularly known in the Northern Territory and other parts of tropical Australia as the "skinny fish" or "skinny". In other parts of the world, this species or closely related fish are also called leatherskin or whitefish.
This recipe for Australian Queen Fish in Lime Juice serves/makes: 4
The Australian Queen Fish in Lime Juice recipe and the pictures are adopted from The Our Favorite Fish & Seafood Recipes Cookbook.
Main Ingredient: Various Fish
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Preparation Method: Marinated/Uncooked