Hon-some and I love the Parmesan-crusted Cream Dory at Cookbook Kitchen and he has been telling me to recreate it at home. Well, now that we're on a health freak mode, fish has become a much-needed fare on our dinner table. Hence, I was only too happy to oblige.
I did some tweaking on the recipe (because I don't know the recipe to begin with) so this is pretty much all my own.
First, I used salmon (instead of cream dory) and steamed it. Since this dish will be baked, you can skip the steaming. But I love the taste of steamed fish (it tastes fresher); plus, it doesn't take long to steam fish.
While the salmon is steaming, I sauteed garlic in butter - again, I eyeball my ingredients; I never measure - and added flour to make a roux. Then I added chicken stock and half-and-half. Add some freshly grated nutmeg and season with salt and pepper. I added a handful of grated cheddar cheese to make it tasty.
After the salmon has been steamed, I flaked it and spread it onto a baking dish. I covered the fish with the creamy sauce. Then I topped the whole thing off with breadcrumbs, Parmesan cheese, and cubes of butter. I baked it in the over just until the topping formed a lovely crust.
I served it with buttered French beans. :)
Yummy! Try it; you'll love it. :)