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Mix the eggs and milk together well for egg wash. Place a heavy saute pan on medium heat and let get hot. Into the pan, place 1 tbs butter and 2 tbs olive oil. Heat until you can drop a drop of egg wash and it cooks rapidly. Dredge fish in flour, then egg wash and place in saute pan. Saute about 4 minutes, then turn over. Cook for 2 minutes and add 1/2 oz banana liquor and sliced bananas. Turn heat to medium -low and cook until fish flakes. Place fish on plate and add 1 tbs butter that has been dredged in flour to the mixture in pan. Cook until butter melts and sauce tightens. Pour over fish and garnish with fresh strawberry.
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ptgirl65721 9 months agoMy family is Catholic and we are always searching for good fish recipes during Lent. I took a chance on this one and thought it was great! It's not hard to make at all and I doubled the recipe to serve 4. One word of advice: if you're doubling the recipe, you won't actually need 4 eggs for the wash. Two would have probably been plenty, but you can always use 3 with 3/4 cup milk if you're not sure. Also, not having cooked a lot of fish before (we've always just eaten out on Fridays during Lent in the past), I wasn't sure how long to cook the fish. I think it was about 10 minutes more after adding all the ingredients but I'm not sure about that. My fish may have still been a tiny bit frozen in the center also. I just cut the fish in half to see if it was done yet. I didn't notice the review below so I didn't use the little trick he mentioned.
chefgino1 3 years agoAdd the bananas just before done and they will stay firm. Test the fish by pushing the center. If it bounces back it is still raw inside; if it doesn't then it is done. [I posted this recipe.]