Sesame-Dijon Whitefish

Delicious seafood that's simple to make but has complex flavors. I really enjoy this with a frosty glass of sauvignon blanc. This dish can be grilled or broiled and is wonderful both ways. Prep-time includes time to marinate.

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4hrs 10mins
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  • Place fillets in shallow baking dish.
  • Mix together mustard, soy sauce, and wine.
  • Pour evenly over fish. Marinate, covered with plastic wrap for 3 to 4 hours in the refridgerator.
  • When ready to cook, prepare charcoal grill or preheat oven to broil.
  • Remove fish from marinade.
  • Place fillets on foil-covered grill or broiler pan about 4 inches from heat or coals, with grill covered(if you're grilling).
  • Top with sesame seeds and cook for approximately 10 minutes or until fish flakes easily, turning once during cooking.
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"Delicious seafood that's simple to make but has complex flavors. I really enjoy this with a frosty glass of sauvignon blanc. This dish can be grilled or broiled and is wonderful both ways. Prep-time includes time to marinate."

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  1. Katanashrp
    A nice fish recipe. I did learn that toasting sesame seeds takes a lot more time than toasting nuts. After 15 minutes they barely had any color. I'm always eager to learn new things, so thank you for that.
  2. SmoochTheCook
    Amazing fish! I used tilapia, because that's what I had in the fridge. I toasted my sesame seeds earlier in the day and allowed it to marinate the full amount of time (something I'm not always diligent about) and it was perfect. I also added a few red, green, and yellow pepper strips, and some onion strips to the dish before cooking. That, with a banana and I was in Heaven. Thanks so much!
  3. LORRAINE BECKER
    We liked everything about this recipe. The flavors were great and we used the left-over marinade as a sauce for the entire dinner.
  4. Cynna
    Delicious seafood that's simple to make but has complex flavors. I really enjoy this with a frosty glass of sauvignon blanc. This dish can be grilled or broiled and is wonderful both ways. Prep-time includes time to marinate.
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