Crisp bream with cream of yellow pepper

Crisp bream with cream of yellow pepper. A dish of great effect and easy preparation, with this color contrast between the white fish and mustard yellow pepper cream, revived by the touch of green asparagus and lemon thyme. It is merely a fillet of sea bream baked on her skin so it becomes crispy and set on a simple pepper cream. A summer colours and tastes very flat.

strong> Serves 4:

  • 4 sea bream fillets or other fish, for example, bass, spineless and without scales
  • 2 yellow peppers
  • extra virgin olive oil as required
  • a few sprigs of lemon thyme
  • 15 grams of butter
  • a bunch of asparagus
  • salt and pepper

Wash the fish and ensure that there are no plugs and fillets, in case there are, remove them with the help of tweezers. Thoroughly dry the fillets with a paper towel and cut each fillet into three pieces. Wash the peppers, clean them by removing the seeds and the white parts and get them to pieces. Put the peppers in a non-stick pan with 5 tbsp oil, Add salt and cook for 15 minutes over low heat, so that they cook without taking too much color. Pass the peppers to the mixer and then pass the mixture through a sieve into a colander to mesh netting, so you have a smooth paste and smooth. Put the cream in a pan and let it shrink by about a third, adding a little oil.

Clean the asparagus by removing the stems (keep them and use them to make a risotto, a quiche, a pasta dish) and cook in a pan with 2 teaspoons of oil spikes and butter. Add salt and blast the asparagus for 5-7 minutes, must stay crunchy.

Cook for about 6 minutes the fillets of sea bream with thyme leaves on your skin in a non-stick frying pan with the bottom covered with a little oil, then turn them and cook two minutes on the back: your skin should become crisp (should be eaten, I recommend).

Serve the fillets of sea bream lying on pepper cream and garnished with asparagus and a sprig of lemon thyme.

THE PAIRING: Choose a wine from Molise for this delicate fish dish. Our suggestion falls on an Igp Terre degli Osci white, produced by Catabbo with Trebbiano and Chardonnay. The Petriera white (alcoholic strength: 13,5% ABV.) Pineapple scents and tastes fruity and persistent. Serve chilled at about 10 degrees.

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8 comments

Clare January 14, 2015 at 21:15

Dear Ada, with what I could replace the pepper (that digest only if done by mom…)? But really you eat the skin?!
Congratulations! I will follow you forever! Finally simple but enticing and impressive!
Clare

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Sicilians creative in the kitchen January 14, 2015 at 22:00

Hello Clare but thank you! Then, digest them peppers if you take away all the pith and skin. Anyway, also since I'm not in season, You can also use cauliflower, Zucchini, broccoli, pumpkin or artichokes. Cabbages and broccoli, you have to burn them and then stew with garlic chili oil to flavor. Then you mix. Others are fed up with them directly. If you need more are here! See you soon!

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Andrea Arena July 23, 2013 at 19:10

Great idea, I think he can be employed with different fish, of the rest “his death is fried”, not everyone, however,, some cephalopods prefer them roasted etc. etc.

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Sicilians creative in the kitchen July 23, 2013 at 23:16

Thanks Andrew and welcome, ADA

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Rita July 23, 2013 at 12:40

Very good !!!!!!!!

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Sicilians creative in the kitchen July 23, 2013 at 12:49

Hi Rita, thanks and welcome! A hug, ADA

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Maurizia July 23, 2013 at 08:19

That nice plate Ada! I really like the fish….. I will cook as well as you indicated the fillets of sea bream
Bye
Maurizia

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Sicilians creative in the kitchen July 23, 2013 at 12:54

Hi Maurizia! A hug and let me know! ADA

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