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Latin Food Recipes - Learn how to fry a fish baja stylewith Dan Hernandez
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Dan Hernandez: This week in the gallery, we’re down here at the beautiful Las Rocas Resort and Spa right on the coast here in Baja, Mexico. We’re kind of just south of Rosarito and way north of Ensanada. Caesar, thank you for having us back.
Caesar: Your welcome Dan.
Dan Hernandez: This is Caesar he’s the manager and standing next to us is the chef and what is it the chef has for us today?
Chef: [Foreign Language]
Caesar: Well, he’s going to do a resin apple so that’s the name of that preparation. It's a very simple preparation he’s telling me right now.
Chef: [Foreign language]
Caesar: So you’d take all everything out of there.
Dan Hernandez: They even took out the whole backbone and everything.
Caesar: They took up everything.
Dan Hernandez: All the bones?
Caesar: All the bones are out.
Dan Hernandez: This are eggs?
Caesar: These eggs are going to be the basic actually for the –
Dan Hernandez: This is a little different too because a lot of chefs would like to use the egg first but this is a nicer process to make it thicker.
Chef: [Foreign language]
Dan Hernandez: Okay and he got some breadcrumbs here?
Caesar: Yes, so we got some breadcrumbs right here, so after the egg, and just like you mentioned exactly it look a different thing.
Dan Hernandez: Okay. That fish looks delicious.
Caesar: It's going to be delicious Dan, actually I assure you.
Dan Hernandez: I’m sure you’ve had this dish a few times.
Caesar: Actually yes, it’s one of my favorites. So now, it's going to lead a base. If you can see, it's going to be mounted in some bread. Just for the preparation to make it look beautiful.
Dan Hernandez: That’s only going to look beautiful for a little bit because I’m going to stick a fork in that. I got to try a piece of this. Oh, you see all that mustard in there.
Caesar: Yeah. How is it?
Dan Hernandez: That’s very good.
Caesar: It’s good, you like it?
Dan Hernandez: Gracias chef, perfecto.
Caesar: Dan thank you for coming here.
Dan Hernandez: Now, this is just another reason to come down here in Las Rocas Resort and Spa.
Male: There’s a beautiful location right here in Baja, a perfect destination for a weekend trip or just a day trip, you’ll love coming down here and to can get a beautiful dish like this come to Caesar. If you like stuff like this, have a wedding here, you’ll love it. Well let’s get back on the water and show you more exciting action right here on Sport Fishing. Gracias.