I like to serve this up with either some broccoli or brussel sprouts, and some rice pilaf; this supper really comes together pretty quickly, so lets get started!
Zest and juice of 3 limes
Carefully lay your dredged fish into the hot pan, and fry about 4-5 minutes per side. Mine got away from me a tiny bit (the honey can make it
As these finish, I like to move them off to a plate, you can line the plate with a paper towel if you'd like, but these really aren't greasy, so I don't worry about it. The lime and honey flavor in this really shines, and even though my husband doesn't like honey (who doesn't like honey?? ...says the girl who doesn't like onions...), he loves this fish.
Since this comes together so quickly, and is pretty healthy, this is in our "fish recipe" rotation, especially in the summer!
I like to serve mine with a squeeze of fresh lime over the top.....so yummy!