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Hoda has just the recipe for those individuals like her, who barely step into the kitchen.
“I never cook and this is a recipe for anybody who doesn’t know how to cook,” she said Wednesday, referring to the fish dish she mentioned during the previous day’s chat that generated numerous recipe requests from viewers.
Hoda said all you need to complete her signature dish are three items: an oven-proof frying pan, a piece of skinned Chilean sea bass, and a bottle of Ponzu, a Japanese marinade which can be purchased at Asian food stores or through Amazon.com.
Place the sea bass into the pan and pour about a quarter-inch worth of Ponzu sauce over it. Hoda said the fish should then be baked for 30 minutes at 350 degrees.
Although Kathie Lee teased Hoda about the recipe’s simplicity, she later ate her words after trying the finished product.
“Wow, oh my gosh,” KLG said after taking a bite. “Wow, Hoda, you get your own cooking show.”
Want to try it out? Here's what you need.
While we don't know what pan Hoda uses at home, this Cuisinart skillet has over 11,000 positive reviews on Amazon and 1,000 answered questions from dedicated users. At only $34, this oven-safe pan can withstand temperatures of up to 550 degrees!
Cuisinart 14-Inch Skillet, $34, Amazon
If you are looking for something a little more elegant, this Mauviel M'steel round frying pan is manufactured in France and comes in four sizes starting at $40. This pan is extra-thick, but lightweight, making it an excellent alternative to your normal cast iron.
Mauviel M'steel 14-Inch Round Fry Pan, $90, Sur La Table
Lastly, the one thing you really need for this recipe is the sauce. Ponzu sauce is a classic Japanese citrus sauce that's traditionally used as a dipping sauce for dumplings, noodles and grilled meats or fish. You can buy a two-pack on Amazon right now for 12.
Kikkoman Ponzu Sauce, $12 for two bottles, Amazon
If you're looking for more easy weeknight recipes, check out our list of family-friendly cookbooks that can help get healthy meals on the table in a snap. Another easy way to cut down cook time? Make sure you have good knives that are sharp and easy to use - here's our list of what's worth your investment.
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