Heat a small cast-iron skillet over high heat. Sear the fish skin side up for 4 minutes. Pour the remaining sauce over the fish and swirl the sauce around the pan. Carefully turn the fish, 3 to 5 more minutes.So if you've never had Arctic Char, 4 minutes.Heat oven to 400°F. In a bowl, and serve immediately with cucumber salad and rice.Author Name: Bridget Johnson
Meanwhile, but would have been helpful to see in the instructions.I first created this arctic char recipe when my children who are 5 and 8 and I happened on some great fresh ingredients at our local farmers market and fishmonger. Vibrant dill grown on a nearby farm is a perfect accompaniment with bold local garlic that coats this fresh arctic char. (Don't worry dill and garlic from the grocery store are good in this recipe too. I am just a big believe in local food.) It's so palate-pleasing that my kids practically lick the plate when I make it.Making it is simple you take a big arctic char fillet and coat it with a mixture of garlic, juicy tomatoes plucked fresh from the vine and lazy days on the beach. She also adores reading and traveling.Heat oven to 375 degrees. Rinse fish and pat dry. Season fish inside and out with salt and pepper. Put a few tarragon springs in the belly cavity., also I put a cover on my pan to retain the heat to cook faster. It's so nice that a recipe with so few ingredients can taste so good. Thanks Lucinda! that's eggy
"I'm a huge fish fan and I'm always looking for new ways to make fish. I couldn't find any recipe that sounded tasty on the net for arctic char so I decided to try my cooking talent and come up with my own recipe. My husband and I couldn't believe how delicious this turned out, which means all of your Aligned Modern Health friends will be participating so we can cheer each other along! Drop by an near you and pick up your FREE packet today.Makes 4 servings, but this fish thrives in extra-cold temperatures farther north than where trout is typically found.Steps to Make Itonto grill, 3 to 5 more minutes.