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Blackened Swordfish Panini with Curry Mayo

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Ingredients:
1 loaf sourdough bread
2 oz olive oil
4 4-oz portions of swordfish
1 large tomato, sliced
1/2 bunch of watercress, stems removed, roughly chopped
1 8 oz jar roasted red peppers, sliced thin
3/4 c blackened seasoning
1/2 cup mayo
2 tablespoons yellow curry powder

Preheat oven to 450°. Place the blackened seasoning in a plate, and dredge the fish fillets thru, covering both sides. In a medium-high, non-stick skillet, add the oil and swirl to coat the pan. Add the fillets, and sear about 2 minutes per side, then place pan in the oven for another 6 minutes or so, until fish is flaky. While the fish is cooking, combine the mayo and curry powder in a bowl and set aside. To assemble your sandwiches, spread both sides of the bread with your curry mayo, then add chopped watercress, roasted red pepper slices and tomato slices. When the fish is ready, place on top of tomatoes, then top with the other slice of bread. Grill in a panini maker for about 2 minutes, until nice and golden brown. Serve with french fries, or the Chopped Salad with Champagne-Citrus Vinaigrette. Serves 4.

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