My wife's recipe
My wife is the greatest cook I've ever seen. She's a better cook than my mother but that really ain't sayin' much.
I'm pretty sure I remember how she did it...
She started with skinned rockfish filets and a shallow skillet.
She put extra virgin olive oil, a touch of sesame oil and another touch of vermouth in the skillet and heated it. Be careful when doing this with olive oil as it smokes and ignites at much lower temps than does vegetable oil.
She split a fresh cayan (sp) pepper and a couple of fresh jalapino (sp) peppers and put them (open side down) in the hot oil for a few minutes. She also put a few thin slices of fresh ginger in the oil. This gave the oil a little spice but not too much.
She removed the peppers and ginger from the oil and seared the fish in the oil and then served it with a sprinkling of sesame seeds.
I was blown away! I skipped desert for an extra helping of fish! It was amazing!!
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