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RECIPE: Baked Dory Ala-pobre

Feeling healthy today. Prepared baked dory ala-pobre which means-- I'm too lazy use the oven so I improvised and baked (?) it in the pan instead. @-@


Ingredients:

dory fillet, 500g
cream, 100ml
marble potatoes, 8pcs sliced
celery, 3-5 stalks, sliced
butter, 3-5 pats (or olive oil) (I used butter)
salt
garlic powder
ground pepper
dried oregano
dried basil (best if fresh)
mozzarella, 50g sliced thinly




Procedure:

Cook potatoes and celery in butter (or olive oil). When almost cooked, add cream and the rest of the ingredients except the fish and cheese. Wait for about 5 minutes or until the cream begins to boil before adding the fish. Place the cheese on top of the fish and cover pan. Wait until cream thickens but make sure that the fish is cooked. Transfer to a baking dish (para kunyari baked). Bon appetit!

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