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Thanks for stopping by, I’m Chef Billy Parisi and you’re watching FixMyRecipe on wsoctv.com. Our new meal solution recipe brought to you by Lowes Food is a nice Country Southern dish Baked Catfish with a side of Green Beans and Sweet Onions.
The first thing we need to do is preheat our oven to 500 degrees. Next, we’re going to pat dry our catfish and get all that moisture out of there, so it browns real nice in the oven. We’re going to toss in some olive oil, we’re going to bread it with a cornflake crumb crust, we’re going to spray a sheet pan with a little bit of non-stick spray. We’re going to season with pepper and we’re going to put our catfish in there and throw it in the oven for about 10 minutes. While the catfish is in the oven it’s time to prepare those green beans.
So in a hot skillet with a little bit of olive oil, go ahead and pour in our frozen French style green beans. We’re going to cook those till they are done, it should be the same time that our catfish is finished. We’re going to season with salt and pepper. Next to top off, those off French style green beans we’re going to cut up some of this beautiful sombrero sweet brought to you by the Sweet Onion Trading Company and we’re going to put it right on top.
I don’t know about all of you but to me catfish never looks so good. Don’t forget to stop by LowesFoods.com to see all of their new meal solutions and watch me fix one of them every week here at wsoctv.com. It’s time to eat.