Ok, it started with remembering that i had some codfish in the freezer and it was perfect for dinner. Took it out to defrost while i looked for a recipe. I found a fairly simple one, but along the way, i spruced it up.
It's REALLY easy once u already have the ingredients. I would say it's almost idiot proof...
Ingredients (from the website):
cod fish (3cm thick is good)
a few slices of Australian mild cheddar cheese
Sliced fresh tomato
Dill weed (a herb)
Own fridge ingredients (to add some flavour/taste cos the original recipe sounded a bit bland. but i guess if you don't have the ingredients below, salting the fish earlier before cooking might do the trick. But don't overdo because the cheddar cheese will add some saltiness already):
Japanese onion dressing, Mizkan brand
Cajun seasoning powder
I used garlic butter to cook instead of the normal kind. To make garlic butter:
Salted butter, Golden Churn brand
Coarse Black pepper
Melt 1 tablespoon butter in fry pan. Fry cod fish fast on both sides 1 minute each side. Then put cheese slices and then tomato slices on top (or the other way around is fine). Sprinkle on top with dill weed. Sprinkle own fridge ingredients on top and onto pan (the jap dressing) itself. Cover pan and cook for 15 minutes on low flame. Do not turn fish.
It might look like a lot of work, so, like i said, if you already have the ingredients, you can whip it up in a flash with minimal washing too.
I suggest making the garlic butter beforehand.
Sorry ah. No photos, cos camera is with sister and i ate it up real quick.
I notice that the stuff that i "anyhow" cook always turn out the best. While the ones where i plan meticulously and prepare for people usually turn out... Bleargh.