Creole cuisine originated from Louisiana in New Orleans. It is a mix of Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian, Greek and Native American flavors. It focuses on a combination of spices to give more life to simple dishes.
Here is a quick and easy recipe that is best eaten with salad or even rice. You can also serve it with salsa, preferably mango salsa. If you are not fond of fried dishes, you can bake the fish instead.
4 pieces catfish fillets
5 tablespoons creole seasoning
1 ounce cornflakes, crushed
Cooking oil for frying
In a bowl, combine the crushed cornflakes and creole seasoning.
Pat-dry the fish fillets using a paper towel. Coat it in the cornflakes and spices mixture.
In a skillet, heat some oil over medium heat. Fry the fish for 3-5 minutes on each side or when it is golden brown. Drain the excess oil using paper towels or place the fillets in a strainer for a few minutes. Serve warm with fries or vegetables.
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