A Light Grilled Fish

The programme calls for 200g of any fish, and one of the gang shared her recipe, with her trademark throw-it-together-depending-on-what’s-in-the-refrigerator.
  • Douse 200gms of Basa (fish) fillet in a coriander, lemongrass and shallot paste moistened with Meyer lemon (off my tree) juice, and a skimpy dribble of olive oil.
  • Grill.

I could have another 200gms!

From a newspaper : This Chinese fruit has age-shrouded origins but experts judge it to be a Mandarin-lemon hybrid. With dark yellow skin and flesh when ripe, it is tart but sweeter than a regular lemon, with an orange blossom note to its aroma. These are lemons with added complexity.

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