Blackened catfish with shrimp topping

(Last Updated On: July 22, 2014)

By Chef DeeDee, EM Cooking Columnist, DEElicious Southern Cuisine & Catering

(From the cookbook “Secrets of a Grocery Store Chef”)

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Cooking Instructions:

Season Catfish with garlic powder and blackened seasoning.

Place Catfish in a skillet with extra virgin olive oil, cook on both sides for 3 minutes.

Spray a pan with non-stick cooking spray and bake catfish uncovered for about 20 minutes at 400 degrees.

Add Shrimp to skillet with extra virgin olive oil.

Season shrimp with blackened seasoning and garlic powder.

Cook until Shrimp turns Pink

Sprinkle Hollandaise sauce over shrimp

Add milk to mixture and let thicken

Add heavy whipping cream to mixture, stir and let simmer

Add a little more blackened seasoning and garlic powder

Remove fish from oven and put on serving plate

Spoon Shrimp sauce over fish

Ingredients:

4-6 Catfish Fillets

Garlic Powder

Blackened Seasoning

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

30-35 Medium Peeled & Deveined Shrimp

½ Cup of Butter

1 Package of Hollandaise Sauce Mix

1 Cup of Milk

½ Cup Heavy Whipping Cream

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About Chef DeeDee

Chef DeeDee is owner of DEElicious Southern Cuisine & Catering, a family-owned catering establishment with over 20 years of food service experience. Chef DeeDee has a life-long passion for great food. She is a professional caterer, personal chef and hosts her own cooking show on UNation.com. For more information, visit SouthernCookingGirl.com.

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