NEW BLOG FEATURE

NEW: VIEW RIGHT SIDE TAB AND SELECT
CITY FOR TASTE OF HAWAII FAVORITES!

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

GRILLED ONO WITH GARLIC CREAM SAUCE

 GRILLED ONO WITH GARLIC CREAM SAUCE
DINNER AT HOME

Enjoyed an incredible piece of fresh Hawaii Ono for dinner.  Ono is a Hawaiian word meaning "good to eat" and the fish is commonly known as Wahoo which is a close relative of the King Mackerel.  Ono is meaty and has a very light flavor.  You really need a good sauce to kick up the taste of Ono.  I made a Garlic Cream Sauce using shallots, garlic, butter, white wine, cream, salt and pepper.  Sauce is easy.  Melt tablespoon of butter in pan and then add garlic and shallots.  Cook and then deglaze with white wine.  Reduce the wine and add 1/4 cup of cream, more butter to taste and salt/pepper.  The sauce was amazing and really worked well with the fish and mashed potatoes.  Cooked the Ono on an indoor grill pan until both sides were seared.  Finished in a 350 degree oven for around ten minutes.  This was an exceptionally good meal that would have cost $25-$30 per plate in a Hawaii restaurant.  I pulled it off for around $15 total for three.

SEARED ONO ON INDOOR GRILL PAN
FINISHED COOKING ONO IN THE OVEN AT 350 DEGREES FOR AROUND 10 MINUTES
GARLIC CREAM SAUCE WITH SHALLOTS, GARLIC, BUTTER, CREAM,
WHITE WINE, SALT AND PEPPER
RESTAURANT QUALITY AND TASTY DINNER FOR THREE FOR $15.
GRILLED ONO WITH GARLIC CREAM SAUCE SERVED WITH MASHED POTATOES AND VEGETABLES

No comments:

Post a Comment

Please leave your comments and feedback