The Parmesan Swordfish with Fennel recipe easy to cook and so good!
Fennel is one of those overlooked vegetables. It's time to bring it out of its hiding place.
This main dish pairs the mild, licorice-flavored plant with equally mild fish steaks and the salty deliciousness of Parmsesan cheese. Altogether, they create an elegant, but quick meal.
Then add a simple cherry-tomato salad tossed with balsamic vinegar, toasted Italian bread, and ice cream with a favorite topping from a jar.
Avoiding alcohol? Substitute chicken broth for the Pernod or white wine.
Other thin, mild fish steaks or fillets such as halibut, trout, orange roughy, snapper or whitefish work equally well.
Nutritional Value Per serving:
233 calories, 47 percent calories from fat, 12 grams total fat, 62 milligrams cholesterol, 6 grams saturated fat, 25 grams protein, 6 grams carbohydrates, 3 grams total fiber, 666 milligrams sodium.
This recipe for Parmesan Swordfish with Fennel serves/makes: 6 servings