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Martinique Blaff    HT  MC  West Indian  30mins plus marinating


Serves 4   Hot   Fish   Main Course   Gluten wheat Dairy free  Eggless  Caribbean  West Indies



The juice of 8 Limes 

1 Scotch Bonnet Pepper 

2 Spring Onions, chopped

4 Garlic Cloves, crushed

4 Fish Steaks (Haddock, Cod, swordfish, Monkfish etc)

Vegetable Oil for shallow frying





1.  Place the lime juice,  scotch bonnet pepper (cut in half if you want the dish to be very hot), onion and garlic in a large shallow dish and mix well. Add the fish and turn to coat then  refrigerate and leave to marinate for 1 to 24 hours. 


2. Heat the vegetable oil in a large frying pan until hot, add the drained fish steaks and  brown on both sides. 


3. Add the marinade, cover  and simmer for 8-15 minutes depending on thickness of steaks, adding a little water if necessary. 


4. Serve hot with boiled green  plantains or rice.




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