Recipe close to Ruby Tuesdays Creole Catch?
If you've never had it - here is the advertisment from their menu. I'm trying to find a good copy cat recipe, but am not having much luck.
Spicy broiled tilapia served with fresh steamed broccoli and brown rice pilaf with cheese and tomatoes.
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
You can actually go to your local Rubys, and buy the creole seasoning they use to season the fish.(it is the only way to get it exact) Put it in a cast iron skillet and broil it!
- DamarisLv 44 years ago
Found this recipe: To make 30 squares, you'll need: 2 cups plain flour 1 heaped teaspoon baking powder 1 cup melted butter 2 cups soft light brown sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 teaspoon almond extract 2 eggs 1 cup pecan nuts A 150g bar of good dark chocolate, chopped into chunks with a large knife Preheat the oven to 180° C (350° F). Melt the butter and use a fork to mix it well with the sugar and almond and vanilla extracts, then beat in the eggs with the fork. Add the sieved flour and baking powder, blend well with the fork, then stir in the nuts and chocolate. Spread the mixture evenly into a non-stick baking dish to a depth of about a centimetre, and bake for 30 minutes, until the blondies are coming away from the sides of the dish. They will be crisp at the edges and soft in the middle. Feel free to experiment a bit with these - use milk chocolate, a different kind of nut, more chocolate, dried fruits and whatever you feel like. Slice into thirty pieces and serve as soon as the blondies are cool. These keep well in an airtight box, although my guess is that you'll have eaten them all before you get a chance to test how well they keep.
- 1 decade ago
sorry , never heard