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Cajun Catfish with Spicy Strawberry Sauce	

Amount	Measure	Ingredient	Preparation Method
2	pounds	Catfish Fillets	
		Salt and Black Pepper to taste	
2	ounces	Hot Pepper Sauce	
1 1/2	cups	Strawberry Preserves*	
1/2	cup	Red Wine Vinegar	
1	tablespoon	Soy Sauce	
1/4	cup	Seafood Cocktail Sauce	
1	clove	Garlic, minced	
2	teaspoons	Horseradish, minced	
3/4	cup	Cornmeal	
3/4	cup	Flour	
1/2	cup	Safflour Oil	
		Fresh Strawberries,	
		Parsley Sprigs, optional	

  *Strawberry Flavored Vinegar may be used instead of Red Wine Vinegar.

  Place fillets in large shallow dish. Season fish with salt, black
  pepper and hot pepper sauce; cover and refrigerate 1 hour. In small
  saucepan, combine preserves, vinegar, soy sauce, cocktail sauce,
  garlic and horseradish; simmer sauce over low heat stirring
  occasionally, while preparing catfish. Blend cornmeal and flour in
  shallow bowl. Drain catfish and dredge in cornmeal mixture, coating
  on all sides. Heat oil in heavy skillet over medium-high heat; when
  hot, add catfish and saute' until browned on both sides. Drain well
  on paper towels; keep warm. Spoon 1/4 cup sauce on each plate; top
  with catfish fillets. Garnish with sliced strawberries and parsley,
  if desired.


Barbecued Swordfish with Thai Banana Salsa

Recipe By:	Hugh Carpenter	

Amount	Measure	Ingredient	Preparation Method
1 1/2	pounds	Swordfish	
3	tablespoons	Soy sauce	light
3	tablespoons	Sherry	dry
2	tablespoons	Oil	
2	tablespoons	Oyster sauce	
1	tablespoon	Honey	
		-- SALSA --	
2	whole	Bananas	peeled and chopped
1	whole	Red pepper	chopped
1/4	cup	Cilantro	chopped
2	tablespoons	Ginger	minced
2	tablespoons	Orange juice	
2	tablespoons	Lime juice	
2	tablespoons	Brown sugar	
2	tablespoons	Fish sauce	
2	tablespoons	Thai chili sauce	

  Marinate swordfish in barbecue sauce 15 min to 2 hours.  Combin
  ingredients for banana salsa in a bowl.  Taste and adjust seasonings.
  Barbecue swordfish over medium heat for about 8 min.  It is done when
  it just feels firm to the touch.  Serve hot with salsa.

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