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Halibut with Deconstructed Cocktail Sauce
Posted By Allison On November 2, 2010 @ 11:19 pm In Other Recipes | 2 Comments
I’m no chef. Certainly not. But I wanted to raise the standards for my sushi, make it something that you look at and really crave.
Oh, and Son complains I make too many rolls.
So I was looking through my kitchen, trying to figure out what the heck we had that could possibly be used to make a really awesome dish with the halibut I got.
Then I saw these tomatoes  in the fridge, which had been used as a side for a really amazing sake-steamed black cod  dish I made the day before. Hm. Tomatoes… seafood… cocktail sauce! Why don’t I make a sort of cocktail sauce, except without the tomatoes mixed in?
(Yes, my mind works in weird ways sometimes.)
So I looked up a recipe for cocktail sauce, then made up my own version, except without the tomatoes blended into it. Just because it looks cooler that way. And… well, this is what I came up with.
It actually turned out very well. Son has fallen in love with the sauce… it goes amazingly well with seafood.
Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. These values are only estimates based on the individual ingredients, and not meant to replace the advice of a medical professional.
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 these tomatoes: http://fridgg.com/blog/roasted-cherry-tomatoes-432.html
 sake-steamed black cod: http://fridgg.com/blog/i-love-blue-seas-top-secret-sake-steamed-black-cod-419.html
 Recipe: #recipe
 Nutrition Info: #nutrition-data