Lemon Butter Sauce for Fish #dinner #sauce

Lemon Butter Sauce for Fish #dinner #sauce

The mystery is carmelized spread – called Beurre noisette in French. Figure out how to articulate it so you can grandly tell your family and companions "we're having French this evening!"

Incredible quality fish isn't shoddy. Yet, deserving of speculation since: it's beneficial for you, a delightful bit of fish requires next to no done to it to make a supper that you'd pay genuine $ for at an extravagant fish eatery, and they're fast to cook.

Thus I present to you, your new most loved rich yet-simple and-super-brisk route with fish: Seared until brilliant at that point sprinkled with a 3 moment Lemon Spread Sauce that you will go crazy over.

The Lemon Spread Sauce is simply made with margarine and lemon. Be that as it may, it's not "simply" spread and lemon. It's darker margarine and lemon. In case you're new to darker margarine, this is going to change your reality – it's addictive. Darker margarine is all that you adore about liquefied spread, supported with a mind boggling nutty, toasty smell.

The French call it Beurre noisette. The exacting interpretation is "hazelnut margarine", and despite the fact that hazelnuts don't come into the condition by any means, we get it.

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Lemon Butter Sauce for Fish #dinner #sauce

This Lemon Spread Sauce for fish is over the top – 3 minutes, 2 fixings, absolutely eatery commendable.


  • 60 g / 4 tbsp unsalted butter , cut into pieces
  • 1 tbsp fresh lemon juice
  • Salt and finely ground pepper


  • 2 x thin white fish fillets (120-150g / 4-5oz each), skinless boneless
  • Salt and pepper
  • 2 tbsp white flour
  • 2 tbsp oil (I use canola)


  • Lemon wedges
  • Finely chopped parsley, optional


  1. Place the butter in a light coloured saucepan or small skillet over medium heat.
  2. Melt butter then leave on the stove, whisking / stirring very now and then. When the butter turns golden brown and it smells nutty - about 3 minutes, remove from stove immediately and pour into small bowl. (Note 2)
  3. Add lemon juice and a pinch of salt and pepper. Stir then taste when it has cooled slightly. Adjust lemon/salt to taste.
  4. Set aside - it will stay pourable for 20 - 30 minutes. See Note 3 for storing.


  1. Pat fish dry using paper towels. Sprinkle with salt & pepper, then flour. Use fingers to spread flour. Turn and repeat. Shake excess flour off well, slapping between hands if necessary.
  2. Heat oil in a non stick skillet over high heat. When the oil is shimmering and there are faint wisps of smoke, add fish. Cook for 1 1/2 minutes until golden and crispy on the edges, then turn and cook the other side for 1 1/2 minutes (cook longer if you have thicker fillets).
  3. Remove immediately onto serving plates. Drizzle each with about 1 tbsp of Sauce (avoid dark specks settled at the bottom of the bowl), garnish with parsley and serve with lemon on the side. 

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