BROILED, "SMOKIE" CATFISH

Total Time
16mins
Prep
10 mins
Cook
6 mins

Simple, rainy-day menu. Very quick, yet nourishing. Serve with baked potato and your favourite steamed veggies.

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Ingredients

Nutrition

Directions

  1. Preheat broiler pan for five minutes.
  2. Coat pan with shortening spray.
  3. In a small bowl, combine soy sauce, lemon juice, garlic powder, and liquid wood-smoke flavouring.
  4. Place catfish on broiler pan.
  5. Brush with soy sauce mixture.
  6. Broil three inches from heat for 4- 6 minutes, basting occasionally for 3 minutes or until catfish flakes easily.
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5 5

YUM! This was a great simple way to make this! I used catfish nuggets and instead of garlic used blacking seasoning, cause blackened catfish is tasty, but fills my house with smoke when i make it!

5 5

Wow Toolbelt Diva, this was amazing! I had four half-pound catfish fillets, so I ended up multiplying all the ingredients by 1.5 so that I could make sure I had enough sauce. Based on the first review, I marinaded the fillets for about an hour in the sauce and then broiled them. I had to broil them for 15-20 minutes, but my oven is really slow (and my fillets were huge!). These went over so well - I cooked them for my parents and they loved them! They held the flavor so well and the liquid smoke really makes this sauce. Awesome recipe!

5 5

I have to start by saying I do not like bottled smoke and so I wondered why I chose this recipe - well Toolbelt Diva you have made a convert out of me. - This fish was excellent. Definately smokey and so moist. When I mixed the basting sauce I even thought 2 tsp of liquid smoke? However I carried through measuring the exact amounts of the ingredients -Very very pleasant flavor not overbearing at all. The first bite was such a pleasant surprise Yhis basting sauce would be excellent on chicken too Definately a do again recipe- Toolie rules- Thanks for posting