Peppered Fish Fillet w/ Recipe

Hi lovelies! Hope you all are having a great day and looking forward to the weekend. I'm definitely ready for the weekend and excited about it. My church is hosting the Women's Conference this weekend, so that's where I'll be. I'm glad I'm not just going to be an attendee but part of the organizing team as well; things like that excites me, and it's good to get involved. Anyways, today I have for you a fish recipe. I made this as afternoon snack the other day. Hope you enjoy it.

5 fresh or frozen fish fillets
2 medium clove garlic, minced
1/2 medium onion
1/2 green pepper
1/2 red pepper
1 small tomato
1/4 tsp garlic powder
1/4 tsp dried thyme
1/2 tsp curry powder
1/2 tsp cajun spice
1 Knorr cube
Salt to taste
3tbsp oil

1. Prep by dicing peppers, tomatoes, onions and mice garlic
2. Lightly salt both sided of the fish fillets and set aside
3. In a large non-stick skillet on medium-high heat, add 2 tbsp of vegetable oil; cook the garlic, onions, green and red pepper for about 5-7 minutes
4.  Add the tomatoes. Cook, while stirring, on medium heat for another4 minutes
5. Add the salt to taste, garlic powder, curry powder, thyme and cajun spice. Stir, then simmer for about 2- 3 minutes
6. Push all of the sauce to the outside edges of the skillet, leaving the center of the skillet without any ingredients. On medium-high heat, add 1tbsp of oil in the now empty center of the skillet. Gently place the fish fillets in the center of the skillet.
7. Cook the fish fillets, gently turning over and keeping in whole fillets, until the fish fillets are done. Fish is done when it is white in color, and it flakes when tested with a fork.
8.  Spoon the pepper sauce on top of the fish fillets and allow to rest in the skillet for a few minutes on the lowest heat setting.
9. Serve and Enjoy!

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