Since I spent the majority of my time working with sugar, I wanted something quick to eat for dinner. It was then that I remembered that I had not yet taste tested my Mrs. Paul's Parchment Bakes! I was very excited about being selected as a tastemaker for the particular product because I am terrible when it comes to making fish. Go ahead and have a look in my recipe archive, you will find zero recipes that include fish.
I always have the same problems when it comes to cooking fish. First, the house always smells like fish for days! No matter how fresh the fish is, it always leaves its scent behind. Second, I generally overcook it. I haven't quite gotten the skills to determine when a fish fillet is done. Finally, I never know what to pair it with. Since I don't cook fish a lot, I never know what kind of sauce to pair with it. I've made some bad decisions in the past!
I was pleasantly surprised to find that Mrs. Pauls took care of all of my complaints! I went with the classic grilled tilapia since I wanted to add a mango salsa to the fish. It went in the oven (in its own little parchment bag) and came out perfectly done. The fish was flakey and moist. The sauce was mild and paired well with the salsa. The final bit of wonderful? While the fish was flavorful and tasty, the house didn't smell like fish at all. Mrs. Paul's, you've got yourself a winner here.
As part of the Foodbuzz Tastemaker Program, I received a sample of Mrs. Pauls Parchment Bakes. All comments and opinions are my own. If you want to give this product a try, here is a coupon for buy one, get one! (Good through March 30)