Sunday, July 14, 2013

Fried Pompano

I have already featured this fish before.  In my post entitled, "Of Little Pigs and Silver Fishes," I described how I came to discover white pompano. From then on, this has become a frequent dish on our table. Just as I said in my previous post, it's very tasty and everyone in the family loves it.

For today, we enjoyed a very simple pompano dish.

Ingredients:
1 medium size pompano
salt and ground pepper
6 pieces okra (lady's fingers or bhindi or gumbo), steamed and cut into 1-inch chunks
3 pieces salted eggs, sliced
2 pieces large tomatoes, sliced

Steps:
1. Sprinkle salt and ground pepper to both sides of pompano. 
2. Heat oil in pan. Fry pompano. 
3. While waiting for pompano to cook, steam okra for 2-3 minutes. Drain and cut into 1-inch chunks.
4. Remove salted eggs from shell and slice into 6 pieces each.
5. Once pompano is cooked, place in a serving dish.
6. Garnish with steamed okra, salted eggs and tomatoes.
Fried Pompano garnished with salted eggs, tomatoes and steamed okra
 Hope you had a restful weekend!
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17 comments:

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  3. This sounds just yummy! Pompano was a fave fish of my mother's and one that I grew to love as well.

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    1. Thank you, Suzy! Nice to know you also love pompano!

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  4. The okra and eggs really appeal to me here! I've never tried pompano before. Thank you for sharing on Foodie Friday

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