This modern twist on a classical French dish draws on inexpensive, environmentally-sustainable basa fish and takes less than 15 minutes to prepare, so it's an ideal mid-week supper candidate. It's a dredged fish filet, fried in butter then served with a dead-simple butter sauce called a "meunière sauce", which goes very nicely with the mild, sweet taste of the basa. Serve perhaps with some rice, and a veg or two that you've nuked in the microwave, and you're good to go with some gorgeous, classical flavours happening on your plate. The recipe is easily doubled, tripled, etc. One batch is also easy to share between two people as basa filets split readily down the middle, and as the basa filets are so large, each still gets a decent portion of fish and the wonderful butter sauce. And the miracle is, this whole huge serving, with all the butter and flour that's been happening, is still only 8 Weight Watchers PointsPlus®.
If the basa filet is frozen, thaw it first.