This is a delicious recipe where you can substitute a vast array of different fish. I personally like cod or pollock. It is cooked in the style of vera cruz, mexico. Tomatos and a little bit of heat from canned jalepenos.
Combine tomato, celery, bay leaves, cilantro, oregano and simmer til celery is tender.
Cut Olives and jalapenos in half and drain.
In separate skillet add olive oil, onion, and garlic and saute til onion is clear. Add Onion olive oil mixture to tomatoes along with capers, jalapenos, olives. Cook for 10 minutes more to bring flavors together. Add salt to taste. Maintain hot.
Separately Cook fish simply in your preferred manner. I just like to put the fish in a skillet with a little wine, butter and salt. Put on lid and cook til flaky. Serve fish on bed of rice and top with tomato sauce.