Simple Fish and Corn

September 9, 2011

Simple Fish and Corn
Photo by Joseph De Leo

- Amanda

Do you remember my friend Stephen from last summer? He of the S'mores Semifreddo? This summer, he struck again, this time with a fish and corn dish. He served it at an end-of-season dinner party at the beach, and it captured the season so simply, so deliciously, I made it the following night for my family.

Stephen topped the fish with Julia Child's lemon beurre blanc. I went the lazy-man route and doused the fish with lemon juice the moment I took it out of the oven. You can use any fish you like. I made it with striped bass, and for the photo, we cooked tilapia.

Simple Fish and Corn

Serves 4

4 ears corn, shucked
5 tablespoons olive oil
Large pinch cayenne
Four 6-ounch fillets firm white fish, like striped bass, cod, tilapia or halibut
1 lemon, halved

See the full recipe (and save and print it) here.

Like this post? See Amanda's post from last week: Peach Tart.

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