Blackened Dragonfin

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My rogue used to eat this all the time in Wrath of the Lich King.It is still is one of her favorites.
You need Dragonfin Angelfish
and
Northern Spices.
I use 4 Flounder fillets and the following spices:
2 tbs (30 g) Salt
2 tbs (30 g) Paprika
2 tbs (30 g) Garlic Powder
1 tbs (15 g) Pepper
1 tbs (15 g) Onion Powder
2 tsp (30 g) Red Pepper Flakes
2 tsp (30 g) Oregano
2 Sticks (200 g) of  Melted Butter
Mix spices together and pour onto flat surface like a tray or a plate.

Heat a pan on medium heat.
Dip the thawed fillet into the melted butter completely covering it and coat with the mix of spices.
Add 2 tbs butter to hot pan and add fish.
2 minutes on each side.

Now I have to warn you. There is A LOT of smoke. You are essentially burning the spices and searing the fish. So please, open some windows and put a fan facing out. I now know why most of the recipes for anything blackened involved a grill and the great outdoors. 

This is so good but it does have a kick to it. If you are looking for something not to mouth-numbing omit the red pepper flakes.

Need MORE of a kick? Add Cayenne Pepper.
Have a Ice Cold Milk at the ready & good luck.

 It was delicious!
I served it with rice and saute veggies. 
Yum!
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2 thoughts on “Blackened Dragonfin

    Nikki said:
    August 9, 2011 at 1:20 pm

    Thanks for posting this – I would have been scared of burning the fish, but when I made this it turned out great 🙂

    Gamer's Fridge said:
    August 9, 2011 at 1:46 pm

    I'm glad I could help. I couldn't believe all the smoke but it was delicious.

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