Cleveland, the city you think that you know, but you don’t, flourishes as a vibrant hub defying expectations. Using its rock ‘n’ roll roots, ethnic soul, and true-blue heritage, "The Cleve" is blossoming into a destination for those seeking a dollop of culture, a dash of business, a splash of gambling, and a lot of the finest dining between Chicago and New York City. Here are five bites for a visit to Cleveland.
There is a superfluous sign hovering over the doorframe of Presti’s Bakery on Mayfield Road in the heart of Cleveland’s Little Italy, as the toasty aromas of fresh baked goods cut through the crisp of the early morning air to proclaim their presence from blocks away. The bakery has family roots that go back to 1903 and features a wide range of breads, donuts, and cookies including Italian delicacies like buccalati cookies, sfogiatelle and cassatini There are also breakfast sandwiches that are various mélanges of overstuffed egg, breakfast meats, and cheese on croissants that are delicately prepared, unlike the usual butter-soaked sponges offered up at fast-food joints. Nearby are two worthwhile dramatic architectural displays — the Frank Gehry-designed Peter B. Lewis Business School at Case Western Reserve with its undulating, soaring, and glimmering walls that seem to bend with the sunbeams, and the recently unveiled Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland (MOCA), a startling iridescent black building, rising 60 feet from a hexagonal base to a square top almost like a conglomeration of monoliths from 2001: A Space Odyssey on steroids.
If you are visiting the waterfront shores of Lake Erie to get your groove on at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame or are in downtown Cleveland for a business meeting in Tower Square or even trying your luck at the Horseshoe Casino, a five-minute drive away is the artsy and historic Tremont District. Home to stunning views of the Cleveland skyline, many art galleries, and restaurants including Lolita from Iron Chef Michael Symon. Tremont is also home to historic food at Sokolowski’s University Inn on University Road.
Established in 1923, and serving hearty Polish-style food at weekdays lunches (also dinners on Friday and Saturday), Sokolowski’s is the real deal. First, you shuffle through the cafeteria-style line as you grab a Labatt’s Blue or Okocim Lager (Polish beer) from an iced bucket while "My Melody of Love" plays on the sound system (Bobby Vinton, of course). At Sokolowski’s, the main feature is Polish cuisine like kielbasas, pierogies, and galumpkis (stuffed cabbage). Stuffed cabbage varies widely by family recipe and culture, and their recipe has a dense red tomato sauce and surprisingly light meat and rice patties rounded into bocce ball sizes inserted into fall-apart-at-the-the-touch-of-a-fork cabbage casings at the cut of a fork (sorry, mom). Huge portions are accompanied by side dishes like red cabbage, extra-juicy sauerkraut, and dumplings with sauce. To cap it off there is Vernors pop available on tap, a regional favorite.
A Sweet Snack
To satisfy that sweet tooth, best to head to B.A. Sweetie on Brookpark Road, near Brooklyn, Ohio, about a 10-minute drive from the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. "We are the largest candy store in the nation," says general manager Judy Proboski. Anyone’s confection needs, from retro-candy to regional favorites to bulk purchases, can be satisfied in their climate-controlled warehouse-like atmosphere. "We have well-known names like Chunky and Hershey products as well as smaller ones like Lucky Lights Candy Cigarettes to imported British chocolate bars," says Proboski.
In the heart of the historic Ohio City neighborhood is the celebrated Crop Bistro and Bar led by chef-owner Steve Schimoler. The restaurant is housed in the former United Bank Building, built in 1925 replete with a 5,000-square-foot vault that now serves as a private dining room ideal for special occasions.
The kitchen features modern American cuisine with a focus on local and seasonal ingredients (the century-old West Side Market is across the street) and innovation. Schimoler’s original intention was to build a food laboratory and test kitchen (CROP is an acronym for Customized Restaurant Operations Platform). Consistently considered one of Cleveland’s best restaurants, it is also a 2012 winner of a Wine Spectator Award of Excellence.
Late-Night Food and Drinks
Also, in the Ohio City area is Ohio’s first microbrewery and brewpub, the Great Lakes Brewing Company. Amid the sprawling Victorian-era complex of buildings is a former tavern where Eliot Ness once imbibed after tangling with Al Capone. Seasonal beers have included Christmas and Halloween themes and the freshly made small-batch, pub-only brews include such offerings as an organic German Altbier, a chocolaty winter porter called Alberta Clipper, and their award-winning Holy Moses White Ale spiced with coriander and orange zest. For the indecisive there is a full-flight sampler, or a six-flight sampler, or feel free to try full pints — just save some room for breakfast the next day.
- cooking spray
- ¼ cup mashed banana
- ¼ cup honey
- ½ teaspoon almond extract
- 1 ¼ cups rolled oats
- ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
- ¼ teaspoon salt
- 3 cups yogurt
Spray 6 muffin cups with cooking spray.
Whisk banana, honey, and almond extract together in a bowl until smooth. Whisk oats, cinnamon, and salt together in another bowl. Stir oat mixture into banana mixture until evenly mixed. Press mixture into the base and up the sides of the prepared muffin cups. Refrigerate until chilled and firm, 1 to 2 hours.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).
Remove muffin cups from refrigerator and press each firmly into the base and sides of the muffin cups again.
Bake in the preheated oven until set and fragrant, 10 to 12 minutes. Press sides of granola cup into the muffin cup again with a spoon. Let cool for 20 minutes before removing from muffin cups. Fill each cooled cup with yogurt.
25 Best Bite-Sized Snacks
Sometimes you just want a little nosh, right? Bite-sized snacks are perfect for when you’re feeling snacky, are having guests over for a fun party, or for little hands you need to feed.
We love bite-sized snacks because they’re adorable, but we’re kinda picky about the ones we’ll eat. Just because a snack is small, it doesn’t mean we’ll adopt an ‘anything goes’ attitude. We still want our bite-sized snacks to be nutritious, filling, satisfying and packed with health-supportive macro and micronutrients.
These Best Bite-Sized Snacks definitely fit the bill. Make a batch of one of these and you’ll be surprised at how quickly they’ll disappear!
Quinoa Pizza Balls
Everyone loves pizza and when you package up all the flavours of pizza into high-protein, bite-sized snacks? Magic.
Chickpea Flour Mini Veggie Frittatas
Chickpea flour is an amazing substitute for eggs and these mini veggie frittatas are living proof. We love that you can make these with whatever veggies you have lying around in the fridge, so they’re an easy one to make for last-minute guests.
Bruschetta Sweet Potato Toast
Those of you who love the sweet potato toast trend will love this recipe, which includes an easy-to-make bruschetta mix that will help you show off fresh produce during tomato season.
Vegan Cucumber Pinwheels with Sundried Tomato Pesto
This bite-sized snack looks super elegant and fancy, but it only takes five ingredients. Done and done.
Grain-Free Almond Flour Cookies
Grain-Free Almond Flour Cookies by Jenny Beharry (*Culinary Nutrition Expert)
These grain-free, bite-sized cookies are easily customizable with your favourite spices and can be made dairy-free or vegan.
Chive + Tahini Mini Twists
Impress your favourite snackers with this delicously herbed recipe that includes a photo tutorial for how to roll and twist them properly, so you’re totally covered.
Mini Paleo Salmon Cakes with Lemon Herb Aioli
An easy Paleo recipe that also has low-FODMAP options. If you love the mini version, you can make them into larger burgers too!
Flourless Chocolate Almond Butter Protein Cookies
A four-ingredient, high-protein, no-bake recipe that is a breeze to blend up. Grab your favourite protein powder and make this happen.
Mini Vegan Cheesecakes
If you miss dairy products, these tangy + sweet mini cheesecakes will help you forget all about them. Plus, this recipe includes a great trick to make cashew recipes less expensive.
Basil Cornbread Waffle Bites
A lovechild of cornbread and waffles, this savory bite-sized snack is ideal when slathered in nut butter, guacamole or your favourite hummus recipe.
Rosemary Raisin Mini Biscuits
These adorable gluten-free, grain-free and vegan biscuits are little nuggets of goodness.
Spicy Baked Tofu Nuggets
Give yourself an hour to make these vegan and gluten-free baked tofu nuggets – and don’t forget the naturally-sweetened dipping sauce to complement the heat.
Mini Apple Crumbles
Big and little hands will love this sweetly spiced mini apple crumble recipe. Since we’re not fans of the microwave, we like to saute the filling in a bit of coconut to take off the raw edge instead.
Spiced Carrot Cake Raw Energy Bites
Spiced Carrot Cake Raw Energy Bites by Valerie Piccitto (*Culinary Nutrition Expert)
These yummy bites are packed with protein and healthy fats, a power combo that will boost your energy and stabilize blood sugar levels all while staving off sugar cravings.
Make-Ahead Kale and Sweet Potato Egg Cups
Simplify your life with these 5-ingredient, veggie-packed Paleo Egg Cups. Perfect for a light breakfast or snack!
These super-crunchy vegan seed crackers are very mix and match. We like that you can use whatever seeds you like (pumpkin, poppy, hemp, sunflower, millet, quinoa, etc.) – as long as you have three cups worth, it’s all good.
Mini Falafel Bites
These deliciously gluten-free and vegan falafels can moonlight as a snack, appetizer, meatballs, or salad toppers. We love that kind of versatility!
This simple recipe combines two incredibly powerful aphrodisiacs: figs and chocolate. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Fruit + Nut Cups
If you’ve ever wanted to experiment with the fibre-packed and vitamin-rich tigernut flour, here’s your chance. These fruity + spiced baked treats will become your next fave!
Gluten-Free Spanish Salt Cod Croquettes
Be the belle of the ball by serving these gluten-free croquettes at your next shindigs. These are great when made ahead of time and kept warm in the oven, which gives you time to put on your party dress. For frying the croquettes, check out our guide to healthy cooking oils for safe high-heat oils.
Gluten-Free Brussels Sprouts Latkes
You’ll adore this unique twist on potato latkes and, since Brussels sprouts are much drier, you won’t need to use 8 dish towels to wring out the moisture.
Carrot + Hummus Rolls
Save your guest the trouble of dipping their crudities in hummus – just wrap your carrots + hummus up together for the ultimate veggie-to-dip ratio.
Chocolate-Covered Protein Balls
All you need are 8 ingredients to make this protein-rich snack. Perfect for a post-workout refueling, a mid-morning snack or a mid-afternoon treat.
Sweet Potato Toast with Hemp Seeds + Pistachios
These sweet potato toasts are gorgeously topped with avocado, hemp seeds and crushed pistachios. A great appetizer or finger food!
Mini Gluten-Free Apple Galettes
Mini Gluten-Free Apple Galettes by Macy Diulus (*Honorary Culinary Nutrition Expert)
These individual apple galettes are adorable, not to mention perfect for dinner parties and having friends over.
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One responses to &ldquo 25 Best Bite-Sized Snacks &rdquo
Oh my goodness, what a delectable roundup! I think I’m going to have to increase my number of summer get-togethers just so I can try some of these. . . mini falafels, protein balls, sweet potato toasts, chocolate almond butter cookies. . . I just want to eat them all! Thanks so much for including the Quinoa Pizza Balls from my blog! Happy buffet tables, full of bite-sized goodies. :)
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They need to be stored in the refrigerator. I've also made this before and blended two strawberries up and mixed that into the cheesecake mix. I've found that I'll just eat the strawberries first if I just place them on top and am disappointed when they're gone. This guarantees some strawberry in each bite. This is really good if the crust is made with Oreo(R) as well, but I use less sugar and just soften up the butter to where it's nearly melted to prevent the Oreo(R) bit from looking greasy. And put some crushed Oreo(R) plain (without sugar and butter) into the cheesecake mix and you have a nice cookies and cream cheesecake.
Food Across America: Cleveland, OH
F&W&rsquos roundup of the best restaurants in Cleveland, from two spots by one of our Best New Chefs to a Mediterranean- and Asian-inspired bistro. For more great restaurants, check out our guide to the best places to eat in the country.
After a recent visit to Cleveland, I’m convinced that the locals are trying to keep the best restaurants to themselves. The city is polishing up its downtown, but I found most of the best food in Tremont and Ohio City, two quieter, tree-lined neighborhoods on the other side of the Cuyahoga River.
In now-hip Tremont, for example, F&W Best New Chef 1998 Michael Symon has launched a cozy spot called Lolita serving European-inspired comfort food like an incredible gnocchi Bolognese made with house-cured meat. Symon was a pioneer in Tremont when he opened his restaurant Lola there 11 years ago he recently moved Lola downtown and installed Lolita in its old space.
I picked up a perfectly spiced ginger cookie at Lucky’s Café in Tremont, where pastry chef and owner Heather Haviland just added a bakery and garden for her weekend brunches.
Over in historic Ohio City, chef Matthew Mathlage at the new Light Bistro admits he’s trying to expand Cleveland’s culinary repertoire with his Mediterranean- and Asian-inspired dishes, like a fantastic lemongrass-chile pickled shrimp.
Although I focused mostly on new food spots, local experts insisted I check out two of the city’s more established restaurants. At Fire, in the affluent Shaker Heights suburb, I loved everything that came out of chef Doug Katz’s tandoor oven, especially the luscious pork crêpes topped with pepper relish and a fried egg. And I almost changed my flight to stay for dinner at Ohio City’s nine-year-old Flying Fig after trying chef Karen Small’s crackly-crisp tempura-fried green beans with a peppery curried yogurt. Small says she is happy to remain under the radar, and I bet her fiercely loyal regulars prefer it that way, too.
Bugs, Bites, and Stings
Scabies is an ectoparasite infestation caused by the female mite Sarcoptes scabiei var. hominis. Norwegian scabies is a more severe infestation found in immunocompromised patients with decreased sensory function and in institutionalized persons.
Prevalence and Risk Factors
The prevalence varies with location, but children and teenagers are most commonly affected. Risk factors include low socioeconomic status, crowded living conditions, and limited access to water.
Pathophysiology and Natural History
Transmission usually occurs by close body contact. Clothing and bedding occasionally act as fomites for transmission. The female mite burrows into the epidermis at a rate of 0.5 to 5 mm/day, lives for 4 to 6 weeks, and produces 2 to 4 eggs daily. An infested patient usually harbors less than 15 mites.
Signs, Symptoms, and Diagnosis
In primary cases, signs and symptoms occur several weeks after infestation. In subsequent episodes, hypersensitivity reactions can develop within a day. Pruritus is usually severe and most prominent at night. Typical skin disease is erythematous papules and vesicles in the interdigital spaces, flexural surface of the wrists and elbows, axillae, areolae, and genitals (Figs. 1 and 2). Face, scalp, and neck are rarely affected except in infants and children. Secondary changes, such as excoriations, eczema, and secondary infection, often follow, especially if disease is persistent.
The burrow𠅊 1- to 10-mm threadlike plaque—is pathognomonic for scabies, though it is not always easily identified. Reddened nodules can develop on the elbows, anterior axillary folds, penis, and scrotum these represent a hypersensitivity reaction that can persist for weeks. Itching and the presence of flexural vesicles and burrows should suggest the diagnosis. Identification of the scabies mite, eggs, or fecal pellets from skin scrapings confirms the diagnosis.
Permethrin 5% cream (Elimite) is the treatment of choice for uncomplicated scabies in adults, including pregnant women, and in children as young as 1 month. The cream is applied to the trunk and extremities, washed off after 8 to 14 hours, then followed by a second application 7 days later. This routine is approximately 95% successful.
Although it is not yet approved as a treatment for scabies, ivermectin has proved to be very effective. The usual dose is 200 μg/kg as a single dose, then repeated in 10 to 14 days. Its safety has not been proved in pregnancy or in children who weigh less than 15 kg.
Close contacts deserve treatment even in the absence of symptoms. Bed linen and clothing should be washed in hot water and dried on high heat, or it may simply be placed in closed plastic bags for 5 to 7 days.
Considerations in Special Populations
Crusted scabies, also known as Norwegian scabies, is a hyperinfestation with thousands of mites that results from the host’s inability to mount an immune response to control the infestation. Those at risk are patients with HIV infection, leprosy, hematologic malignancy, graft-versus-host disease, or immunosuppressive therapy patients with nutritional disorders and patients with Parkinson’s disease, Down’s syndrome, and mental retardation.
Crusted scabies, with its hyperkeratotic plaques or nodules, has a predilection for the hands and feet, often resembling psoriasis. Despite the dramatic skin disease and the number of mites, pruritus is usually mild, but lymphadenopathy and eosinophilia can occur.
Crusted scabies is highly infectious, and prompt diagnosis and treatment are essential. Affected patients deserve treatment with permethrin and ivermectin, coupled with vigorous cleaning of clothing and bedding.
- Scabies is caused by the female mite Sarcoptes scabiei var. hominis.
- Diagnosis is based on clinical presentation and demonstration of the mite or eggs (or both) microscopically.
- Permethrin 5% cream is the treatment of choice for uncomplicated scabies, coupled with treatment of close contacts, bed linen, and clothing.
- Crusted scabies is a hyperinfestation in compromised persons unable to mount an appropriate immune response.
Lice produce three main infestations in humans, depending on the affected body site: pediculosis capitis (head), corporis (body), and pubis (perineum).
Definition and Etiology
Head lice (pediculosis capitis) is caused by the louse Pediculus humanus var. capitis Pediculus humanus var. humanus is responsible for body lice. The crab louse, Phtirus pubis, infests the pubic hair and occasionally the eyelashes, beard, and axillae.
Prevalence and Risk Factors
Head lice infestation occurs worldwide, with a reported incidence of 12 million cases per year in the United States. It primarily affects children aged 3 to 11 years. It affects all socioeconomic and ethnic groups, less so African Americans.
Body lice occurs in people living in crowded, often unsanitary conditions, such as homeless persons and refugees.
Pubic lice primarily affects sexually active persons, particularly teenagers and young adults.
Pathophysiology and Natural History
Transmission of all forms of human lice requires close contact. Head lice are transmitted by head-to-head contact it is transmitted less often by fomites. Pubic lice is transmitted by sexual, contact with an infested partner, or less so by contact with the infested person’s bed linens, towels, or clothes. Body lice are transmitted by contact with infested persons, who usually live in close, crowded conditions and cannot bathe or change clothes regularly. Head lice and pubic lice or their eggs or nits attach to hairs. body lice live and lay eggs in clothing, not on humans.
Signs, Symptoms, and Diagnosis
Pruritus is the hallmark of all forms of lice. Eczematous changes and secondary infection can follow a patient’s scratching. The presence of lice or nits (nodularities on the hair) establishes the diagnosis (Fig. 3). The presence of nits alone can simply indicate past infestation. Brushing with a fine-toothed comb can enhance detection of head lice. Pubic lice often produce bluish macules (maculae ceruleae) on the buttocks, upper thighs, and lower abdomen these macules are thought to be hemosiderin deposition at the site of bites.
For head lice, current recommendations include permethrin 1% cream, lindane 1%, or pyrethrins, each applied to a dry scalp for 5 to 10 minutes, followed by rinsing. Malathion 0.5% applied for 8 to 12 hours, then rinsed off can also be used. Each approach should be repeated in 1 week.
For body lice, laundering of clothes and linens coupled with enhanced hygiene is also essential.
For pediculosis pubis, treatment options include permethrin 1% cream applied for 10 minutes or lindane 1% applied for 4-5 minutes or a pyrethrin with piperonyl butoxide applied for 10 minutes, followed by rinsing.
In addition, bedding and clothing should be machine washed and dried with high heat. Close contacts and sexual partners should be treated in similar fashion. Affected patients should be evaluated for other sexually transmitted diseases.
Lindane is not recommended as treatment of infestations in children younger than 2 years and in pregnant women.
25 Mini Cheesecakes That Are the Perfect Combination of Adorable and Delicious
Because dessert just tastes better when it's bite-size.
These bite-sized recipes prove the cuter your dessert is, the better it tastes.
Don't forget to save these decadent desserts. For more fun dessert ideas, follow @countryliving on Pinterest.
Give away these magnificent mini cheesecakes as a super sweet gift.
Don't forget to toast your marshmallows golden brown for this summery treat!
Get the recipe at Crazy for Crust.
Filled with caramelized banana flavor, this easy-to-make dessert will make your mouth water.
Get the recipe at Handle the Heat.
What's a better way to eat mini strawberry cheesecakes? Covering them in chocolate, of course!
Get the recipe at Away From The Box.
With a chocolate cookie crust, these tart cheesecakes are great to serve at a summer party.
Get the recipe at Baking A Moment.
Chocolate fans will love every bite of these decadent treats.
Get the recipe at Small Town Woman.
These bite-sized treats may be small, but they pack in the flavors of two of our favorite desserts. Make them with a chocolate chip cookie crust for the perfect finishing touch.
Get the recipe at Crazy For Crust.
Just when we thought a dessert couldn't be any more adorable, these cheesecake bites took the miniature theme a step further with bite-sized Oreo cookie toppings.
Get the recipe at Baked by Rachel.
Enjoy this fall favorite year-round by combining caramel apple with creamy cheesecake goodness.
Get the recipe at Cooking Classy.
Homemade salted caramel sauce (so gooey it oozes off the sides!) is the real star of this delicious dessert that will melt in your mouth.
Get the recipe at Sally's Baking Addiction.
Looking for an easy-to-make dessert for your next party? These fruity cakes pair fresh strawberries with sweet cheesecake and Oreo crust for a delicious dessert that only looks complicated.
Get the recipe at Gimme Delicious.
Decadent cheesecake meets pineapple for a gooey bite-sized dessert with a tropical twist. A crumbly pecan crust and sweet coconut flakes sprinkled on top are the icing on this already delicious cake.
Get the recipe at Jo Cooks.
This bite-sized recipe is the perfect way to indulge on a lazy summer afternoon.
Make Your Own Mini Pizzas + Homemade Pizza Dough
Mini pizzas on homemade thin crust dough + tons of topping ideas! These little bites are perfect for parties and fun for weeknights!
One of the best things about knowing how to cook is that you turn whatever’s in your fridge into a fabulous, delicious appetizer for friends and family!
With a batch of freshly made pizza dough, mozzarella, sauce, and a few of my favorite toppings, these little two-bite pizzas were easy to make and a total hit. Well… I didn’t have a chance to taste more than one of them, but if there weren’t guests to feed you could bet I’d have gone back for more!
I like to make my pizza dough at home – There’s something that knocks my socks off about watching a bunch of simple ingredients turn into a puffy, cloudlike ball of bready goodness! Plus, you can add in dried herbs or grated cheese and give it a little extra flavor than the store bought stuff.
Read up on how to get these perfect mini pizza circles in the recipe below.
Now onto the good stuff! Sometimes you just gotta use what you got. This time, it was roasted red peppers, spinach, ham, and a thoroughly loved block of Asiago cheese. Oh, Asiago I love you.
Onto the pizza they went, along with freshly grated ribbons of shredded mozzarella and a swirl of my favorite pasta sauce. You can use pizza sauce, too, or do it up homemade with your bad self!
After baking for about ten minutes, these bubbling hot beauties were ready for munching – and boy, did they go fast!
Get inspired with plenty of creative topping ideas below, including different meats, vegetables, cheeses and more than you may not have tried before. I love to get funky with different flavors, and pizza is a great canvas for experimenting!
5 BAKED WALLEYE RECIPES
Everyone loves deep fried walleye with their favorite breading. Fried walleye may taste good but it’s bad on the heart. Below are 5 baked walleye recipes that will boost your energy and not weigh you down.
- 1 pound walleye fillet
- 1 teaspoon salt
- Pepper as needed
- 3 tablespoons butter
Place in a baking dish and add the ingredients. Cook at 400 degrees for 15-20 minutes. Mix vegetables and steam while the fish cooks for a well balanced meal.
Two: Lemon Butter Baked Walleye
- 1/4 cup butter melted
- 3 cloves of minced garlic
- 2 tablespoons freshly squeezed lemon juice
- 20 ounce walleye fillet
- Kosher salt and ground black pepper
- 2 tablespoons parsley
Mix the butter, garlic, and lemon juice. Place the walleye in a pan. Season the fish with the salt, pepper, and parsley and add the butter mix. Cook at 425 degrees for 10-12 minutes or until the walleye flakes. This is a tasty meal that won’t pack on pounds.
Three: Mustard and Honey Baked Walleye
- 3 tablespoons honey
- 3 tablespoons Dijon mustard
- Pepper to taste
- 1 teaspoon lemon juice
- 24 ounce walleye fillet
Mix everything but the pepper in a bowl and add to the walleye in a baking pan. Top with pepper. Bake at 325 degrees for 20 minutes or until the fish flakes. Serve with a baked potato and vegetables for a delicious meal.
Four: Baked Crispy Walleye
- 1 cup panko bread crumbs
- 3 tablespoons virgin olive oil
- 24 ounce walleye fillets
- Ground black pepper
- Lemon wedge
Heat oven to 425. Mix the breadcrumbs and 1 tablespoon of olive oil. Spread it on the bottom of a baking pan. Bake until it is brown and place it back in a bowl. Mix in the salt and pepper. Roll the walleye in the breadcrumbs until covered. Place the fillets in the pan and add the remaining 2 tablespoons of olive oil. Bake for 15 minutes or until the fish flakes. Serve with the fresh lemon wedge.
Five: Walleye served Mediterranean style
- 1/3 cup Greek olive oil
- 1 small chopped red onion
- 2 tomatoes diced
- 10 garlic chopped garlic cloves
- 1.5 teaspoons ground coriander
- 1 teaspoon Spanish papricka
- 1/2 teaspoon ground cumin
- 1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper
- 1.5 tablespoon capers
- Salt and Pepper
- 1/3 cup raisins
- 1.5 pounds of walleye fillets
- Lemon juice
- Fresh parsley
Prepare the tomatoes and capers sauce. Heat the olive oil on medium and add the onions. Cook until you get some color. Add the tomatoes, garlic, spices, salt and pepper, capers, and raisins. Boil then let simmer. Add 1/2 of the sauce to a baking pan and top with the walleye. Sprinkle lemon juice on the fish then add the rest of the sauce to the pan. Bake at 400 degrees for 15-18 minutes. Serve with your favorite Greek salad or side.