I recently saw a video on Instagram for a simple dressing recipe by chef Alex Guarnaschelli. Unfortunately, I didn't bookmark it and I can't find it now. I googled and scrolled all over the Food Network account.
It was just three ingredients: dijon mustard, red wine vinegar, and olive oil with a ratio of 1:1:2. I tried it with some cracked black pepper on tossed greens and really liked it. So I decided to try this dressing as a marinade for fish.
The fish I used was called swai. Although I like the dressing, the fish was awful. It had a dirt flavor that overpowered the dressing. I made a post on Facebook Marketplace to give away the remainder for free to someone who would enjoy this, as I clearly did not. A woman replied quickly replied to my post and drove from Kapolei. She was thankful and said she'd have her boyfriend prepare it with a batter in the way Zippy's restaurant prepares fish.
IG post of this video: Dijon Mustard and Red Wine Vinaigrette Fish (sped up for IG)
YouTube post of this video: Dijon Mustard and Red Wine Vinaigrette Fish (full video with captions)