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Old Saturday, November 22nd, 2008, 02:26 PM
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Default Pan-Fried Fish, Aruba Style

We've had one fish dish over the years at a particular restaurant. It was called pan-friend wahoo, Aruban style. A creole sauce was served on the side. I'm not sure if I should mention the restaurant. Last time we went there, they had no "wahoo"" and we were a little disappointed with the service and the meal.

This "pan-fried" fish is very different from any breaded, deep-fried fish you have experienced. I would say it is almost like a dry, pan broiling...no coating. There was something tangy and salty about the process. I think I read one recipe that said something like lime juice and salt were used, but I have looked for more definitive information.

Anyone else with information (if I making myself clear)?
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