The Jamaican spice treatment called jerk isn't just for meat and chicken; it's great on fish too. Rub the spice paste on catfish fillets and broil for a crisp, spicy coating. Though the sesame seeds aren't traditional, they add a pleasant crunch and rich flavor. Plus: More Fish Recipes
Fish Alternatives Though catfish is lean and firm, those qualities aren't imperative here. You can use fillets of a different nature, such as bluefish, red snapper, or wolffish.
Make your beverage choice as simple and casual as this dish—and look for something that can take the heat. Try either a White Zinfandel, a Rosé, or your favorite beer.