Wisc. Fish Boil, ( in your kitchen)
Nancy J. Patrykus
North woods dining at it's best!
Well this is a stove top, one pot, version, you can do at home.
Naturally it is hard to duplicate a real Wisc. Fish Boil.You would have to be there. Outdoors, at sunset, smelling the tall pines.etc.
But when you live close to 2000 miles away.This is a treat.
- 2 gal
- 1 c
- new red potatoes, scrubbed and cut in half.
- several small onions, peeled.
- 112 small
- white fish or halibut steaks. check for bones.
- lemon wedges, parsley and clarified butter
How to Make Wisc. Fish Boil, ( in your kitchen)
- 1Put water and salt in a 3 to 4 gallon pot. Fit a wire basket inside the pot. Bring to boil over high heat.. Keep on slow to medium boil and place potatoes and onions in wire basket.
After potatoes have cooked 8-10 minutes ( they should have a little resistance when pierced with a fork.) lay fish on top of potatoes in the basket. Boil fish about 8 minutes untill cooked through.
Do not over cook.
With a slotted spoon transfer fish and potatoes to plates.
Garnish with lemon and parsley. Pass butter on the side..
- 2Goes great with fresh green beans and rolls on the side.