It's pretty simple, the main thing to remember is not to cook it too long and keep your eyes on the "cooked" plate. You don't want to cook it too long because if it isn't juicy then it's all dried out and kiddos don't like that. And if you take your eye of the "cooked" plate you are probably going to end up with fish with torn of end pieces and missing fish all together. :D
We use a Cajun seasoning, salt, pepper and garlic. I have to have GARLIC in everything, except grits, oatmeal and cereal. It's a MUST!
Hubby preforms magic with a little olive oil in the pan cooking it just a few minutes on both sides. He squeezes a little lemon over one of the sides right before he takes it out. It will continue to cook as it rests for a "bite"...I mean bit. HAHAHAHAHA
We usually serve it with wild rice or mashed potatoes. The veggie is always asparagus, brussel sprouts or fresh green beans.
Mmmmmm, I know what I'm heading out to buy for tomorrow's dinner..........