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.
12new red potatoes, scrubbed and cut in half.
·several small onions, peeled.
112 smallwhite fish or halibut steaks. check for bones.
·lemon wedges, parsley and clarified butter
How to Make Wisc. Fish Boil, ( in your kitchen)
- Put 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..
- Goes great with fresh green beans and rolls on the side.