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L Boogie
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Side dish suggestions for fish?

I'm thinking about making a veracruz-style fish next week but I'm wondering what I should serve with it.

The sauce has tomatoes, capers, olives so I want something light to complement those flavors.

Y'all are creative, what would you make?


Saskwatch
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Cous cous is my usual go to with fish that isn't battered and deep fried
This post was edited on 7/27 at 9:54 am


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Koolazzkat
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Caesar salad and Spanish rice.


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GreenRockTiger
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Rice


SixthAndBarone
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Roasted carrots


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MobileJosh
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Mushroom risotto or a garlic/lemon pasta.


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redfish99
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Cube up peeled sweet potatoes put in sprayed nonstick foil lined baking pan . Drizzle w Olive Oil. Mix with hands to coat completely. Generously sprinkle w Cinnamon Sugar. Bake till fork tender. Spray w butter and sprinkle again and serve. Great compliment to all my fish dishes.


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tigeralum06
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Slice cucumbers, cherry tomatoes, and red onion then mix with feta cheese and Italian dressing.


LSUGUMBO
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Parmesan roasted brussels, asparagus and/or broccoli. Maybe a little yellow squash or eggplant for color.


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Is a dumb frick


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CHEDBALLZ
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Roasted Corn Grits with some Gouda Cheese


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Tigerpaw123
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not light but served over some creamy roasted corn grits would be great

grilled veggie kabob

eggplant moussaka


roasted beets


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LSUintheNW
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quote:

Slice cucumbers, cherry tomatoes, and red onion then mix with feta cheese and Italian dressing.


This and roasted snap peas and carrots.


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LRB1967
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I would serve a salad and some crusty bread.


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Sherman Klump
UConn Fan
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The best fish side dish is the sticky Asian rice and vegetables GWFins serves with their seared tuna.

I would try to make that. Although it may not go well with your fish sauce. Idk.
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goodshotred2
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Member since Aug 2013
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Angel hair pasta or a basic rice dish would work well. If you want a vegetable, try a simple pan roasted green bean dish, or steamed broccoli, cauliflower, and/or carrots.


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High C
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Parmesan roasted brussels, asparagus and/or broccoli. Maybe a little yellow squash or eggplant for color.


This sounds great. I’d do some mixture of roasted vegetables.


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grilled yellow squash


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CajunSportsman
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Wrap 4-5 asparagus spears in prosciutto and grill (LINK ) and serve with risoto, couscous or angel hair pasta with garlic, olive oil and parmesan.


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