Give our blackened catfish recipe a try if you're looking for a change of routine.
This recipe that comes your way courtesy of a cousin from Louisiana, is packed with flavors that will heat up your dinner table. This Cajun style entree has just the right touch of spices to give your taste buds some savory flavors.
What I like most about this blackened entree, is that it's ingredients are inexpensive to purchase.
Using ingredients you mostly have in your kitchen cabinets you can cook up this flavorful entree in little to no time.
Even better, this recipe is easy to prepare and you get good results.
This recipe calls for the catfish to be cooked in a cast iron skillet or large heavy bottom skillet.
Here is the recipe for your cooking pleasure and enjoyment.
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As always the key to great cooking is to be prepared and to use quality ingredients.
You can serve your blackened fillets over a bed of white steamed rice. You can also add lemon juice to the top of each fillet. I also recommend Caesar or Garden salad with baked potato. Enjoy your skillet fried catfish.
This recipe provided courtesy of http://www.soulfoodandsoutherncooking.com/