Sea bream is pretty similar to sea bass, so if you like the one you shouldn’t miss the other. Let’s bake it in olive oil and lemon juice, but not before stuffing it with green chili and ginger. We’ll serve it along with some creamy risotto cooked in wine. White wine, that is!
Fish & seafood
If you want all the aromas of the foods you’re preparing to really stick together, then make a habit of using parchment paper in order to wrap the cooking ingredients together. This is what we did with our 4 en papillotes here. We’ve not only enhanced the taste of the salmon with various vegetable goodies, but we’ve also kept all the blended aromas in there.
North Italian cuisine was our muse when it comes to this recipe. You’ll want to generously add canned tomatoes for the rich sauce that makes this food so scrumptious. Complete the sauce with white wine, olive oil, and breadcrumb. Serve this with a lot of bread because you don’t want to leave the sauce on the plate.
If you’re into langoustines, then this recipe has your name on it. Let’s cook them in a tart white wine to flavor their juicy tender meat. Then provide them with a buttery and slightly crispy coating before frying them in a grill pan. And let’s flavor them even more by serving them garnished with freshly chopped parsley. You need 25 minutes tops for all that, isn’t it great?
Ah, seafood! You either love it or hate it. We, for our part, love it, so we decided to make seafood patties. We generously flavored and enhanced the seafood mince not only with soy sauce, panko, and herbs, but we added some vegetable goodies, too. You can serve them as burger patties or dip them in a white sauce.
These crispy mackerel tails can be seen as a fishy version of the ever-present chicken drumsticks. They’re even tastier. Before panko-coating and frying them, rub them with a nutmeg-based mixture. And let’s make things even tastier by serving them with grilled polenta and a dill-flavored vinaigrette.