Sweet tomatoes get cooked until they break down, creating a jammy sweet-and-sour sauce that’s made even better with bacon. Brushing the fish with a lemon-mustard mixture before cooking is an easy way to boost its flavor.
For easier and more precise cuts, freeze raw bacon for 15 minutes before chopping or slicing, which makes it less slippery.
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Absolutely incredible! It's so easy to do too. I'll be adding this to the normal rotation.
One of the best fish recipes I have ever made. I made it with red snapper and just reduced the baking time.
Delicious recipe! You don't even need to add the bacon, unless you're feeling decadent...the tomato jam on its own is pretty delicious. VERY easy and a great way to use up tomatoes that aren't perfectly ripe, to make them sweeter.
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