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fried garfish

by Ada Parisi
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Aguglie fritte: un pesce della tradizione siciliana dalla meravigliosa lisca color verde mare

You know the garfish? In Sicily, the garfish is a very common fish, especially in summer. And the recipe for fried garfish (or barbecued) It is a must for summer evenings. When I was little I remained spellbound in front of one of the characteristics of garfish: the bone blue-green, a rarity. And that sea color inside of a fish still enchants me.

The garfish, bluefish and healthy economic

The garfish (scientific name: Belone belone), It is a very elegant blue fish, with its slender body and silver-colored. Is’ widespread in the Mediterranean Sea (but also in the Adriatic Sea) and it is still very cheap today: the Strait of Messina, always, It is full. It can be recognized by thin and beaked elongated body: like everything bluefish, It contains high amounts of essential fatty acids for humans, such as Omega 3, as well as mineral salts and vitamin A. Is’ a lean fish and has a great protein. The downside of garfish, If I may say so, It is that they have many thorns.

Is, since this is the typical blue fish of Sicily, do not forget to have a look at all my SICILIAN RECIPES and all my RECIPES WITH BLUE FISH. In Sicily, preparing normally grilled, baked sprinkled with breadcrumbs or stewed, in the pan with the tomatoes, but only if they are large, medium size. instead, When the eagles are small-medium size, like these, the perfect way to cook them is frying: simply cut into pieces, breaded in hard and immersed in hot oil corn grits. The fried garfish are delicious, eat hot hands. Have a good day!

Aguglie fritte: un pesce della tradizione siciliana dalla meravigliosa lisca color verde mare

garfish FRIES (Sicilian recipe)

Portions: 4 Preparation: cooking:
Nutrition facts: 250 calories 20 fat
Rating: 5.0/5
( 1 voted )

Ingredients

4 garfish

durum-wheat, to taste

fine salt, to taste

peanut oil or sunflower (high oleic), to taste

2 organic lemons

Procedure

fried garfish

If you did not clean the garfish the fishmonger, you have to do it. Do not worry because today: practiced an incision with a sharp knife or a pair of scissors from head to belly. Clean the garfish, removing the entrails. Cut also the head and tail. Divide the body of garfish in equal parts (usually I will divide into three parts) and wash the needle pieces carefully under running water. Put the needle fish on paper towels and pat with care.

In a plate, put the durum wheat semolina (abundant), Add salt. Breading garfish in the semolina, pressing well and making sure that the flour adhere at every point.

In a pan (I suggest a wok, if you have one) heat the peanut seed oil or sunflower oil (of high oleic type, more resistant to high temperatures). When the oil has reached 160 degrees (I continue to suggest the purchase of an economical but indispensable kitchen thermometer), dip the pieces in garfish. Fry the fish until golden brown, for about 5 minutes.

Once chips, put the needles on the absorbent paper to absorb any excess oil. Serve immediately fried garfish, garnishing the plate with lemon wedges. The perfect outline, at least for me, It is a tomato salad with onion and fresh oregano. The taste of my summer. Bon appétit!

MATCHING: Firriato "Four grapevine" White, obtained from a blend of selected indigenous grapes from different areas of Sicily: Carricante of Etna, Catarratto, Inzolia e Zibibbo. The nose is intense, with scents ranging from orange blossom to white fruits and exotic fruits (pineapple and mango). The palate is complex, fresh and full-bodied.

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elisabetta corbetta 30 August 2018 - 08:44

Super tasty

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