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Baked turbot with potatoes and tomato confit

by Ada Parisi
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Rombo al forno con patate e pomodori confit

Baked turbot with potatoes and tomato confit: una ricetta classica per un pesce che per me rappresenta una novità. I had never tried, Although I am a fan of fish. In Sicilia non lo si trova di frequente. Ma a Roma sì. E quando ho visto in pescheria questi rombi di Anzio non ho resistito e ho scoperto che ha carni delicate, tasty, soft texture but soda. Few, very few plugs and if you know how to fillet you can put in the pot of white threads and clean with ease.

I made it in the most traditional way, with the potatoes and tomatoes from the oven, ma i pomodori li ho fatti confit e li ho aggiunti solo a fine cottura per evitare che gettassero acqua. In questo modo ho ottenuto un sapore più deciso. Is’ was a resounding success and the ROAR, from now on, on my Board will.

Cuocere il pesce al forno in crosta di patate è una alternativa alla classica COTTURA AL SALE or CRAZY WATER.

If you want, potete preparare questa ricetta anche con il rombo già sfilettato, diminuendo leggermente i tempi di cottura. On my You Tube Channel you will also find the video recipe del rombo al forno con patate e pomodori confit, so you cant go wrong. Nella video ricetta ho usato i pomodori del Piennolo al posto dei pomodori confit, but you can also use fresh tomatoes as the Piccadilly or cherry tomatoes or Tomatoes.

Rombo al forno con patate e pomodori confit

ROMBO AL FORNO CON PATATE

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

Ingredients

a rumbling sound from 1,2 kg, already cleaned

250 grams tomato confit o pomodori del Piennolo o pomodori freschi tipo Piccadilly o Datterino

4 large potatoes

extra virgin olive oil, to taste

salt and pepper, to taste

timo al limone e/o maggiorana, to taste

Procedure

 

Wash potatoes, Peel them and slice them with a mandolin thinner can, about 2-3 mm thick. A trick to get crispy potatoes is to put them to soak in a large bowl filled with cold water, you have to change frequently until you see clear. In this way the potatoes will lose starch and cooking will be crunchy. Then put the potatoes on absorbent paper and blot until dry well.

Preheat oven to 200 degrees ventilated: line a baking sheet with parchment paper, ungerla con un po' di olio e condire con poco sale. Lay turbot washed and dried with care. Season with salt, pepper if you like it and deploy around the rumbling and above (except on the head) potatoes. Salt and pepper the potatoes, oil grease, Sprinkle with plenty of thyme and/or Marjoram and bake for 15 minutes.

Deploy on turbot with potatoes tomatoes confit and continue cooking other 15 minutes or until the potatoes are golden and crisp. You can turn on the grill for a few minutes if you don't seem quite Golden. In case you decided to use fresh tomatoes, deliver the ROAR over the potatoes and bake all together, because fresh ones need a longer cooking time. Once baked, serve immediately.

 

Note

MATCHING: Intense perfumes and the delicate taste of a Frascati superiore Doc combine well to this fish dish. We chose the wine of Wineries Earl Zandotti: a white from intense aromas of peach and pineapple, fresh and soft at the same time, with a slightly bitterish. Recommend drinking it not too cold, around 12° c, to exalt the aromas.

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16 comments

mainecoon August 13, 2014 - 23:04

Bonjour,
Je suis tombé par hasard sur votre site en cherchant la façon de ne pas perdre des tomates cerise en les faisant confire.
Pour the turbot, Je suis de la côte Atlantique en France (La Rochelle) Je suis pâtissier, Chocolatier, Glacier, catering and turbot cooks to short stock and is eaten with potatoes and a sauce Dutch.
I know, in Italy, you use a lot of olive oil, We, We use butter.

Cordial greetings
Jacques

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Sicilians creative in the kitchen 14 August 2014 - 13:03

Thank you, Jacques, for your comment and welcome to my blog. Your proposal is interesting and has its roots in the middle of the great tradition of your country. Rarely, in Italy, We use Court bouillon, here, However, I well know. In particular, the tourbot in Italy is cooked in the oven with potatoes and tomatoes, especially in the South. Sometimes in broth, with mayonnaise (so oil of olive). Recently, I made a Dutch sauce, Although not part of our traditions, in this recipe that I invite you to watch…

https://www.sicilianicreativiincucina.it/tonnetto-con-broccolo-romanesco-bottarga-e-salsa-olandese/

à bientot
ADA

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Joan White May 26, 2014 - 14:54

I love the baked fish and prepared so, the ROAR, in particular, It's really tasty. Congratulations for the new look that you gave to your blog, If I have to give a definition, I ordered, clean and easy. Congratulations, the photos do justice to your beautiful dishes.

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Sicilians creative in the kitchen May 26, 2014 - 15:31

Jeanne thanks! How nice to have you here! And thank you for giving your opinion on the blog: was what I was trying to get, a clear and clean blog, readable. A hug, ADA

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Birch May 26, 2014 - 09:15

Dear Ada is beautiful the new makeup of the blog! Very professional! simple and straightforward! I like it!

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Sicilians creative in the kitchen May 26, 2014 - 11:46

Hello dear Birch! Thanks I found the time to go to watch my blog's redone’ (well Yes, I also use cosmetic surgery!). A big hug, I hope to see you soon. ADA

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Sandra papama May 26, 2014 - 08:44

so I like most, the look of the blog I mean.
for the baked turbot… beautiful!
Sandra

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Sicilians creative in the kitchen May 26, 2014 - 11:47

Thanks Sandra! That satisfaction that my effort will be rewarded by conscious and positive comments! Is’ was a weekend of a pain but now I'm happy! And thanks for the ROAR…. I must say it is a fish from the outstanding consistency. One kiss, ADA

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Fernanda May 26, 2014 - 08:08

I really like the new look of the blog! very professional! and I love that you've finally discovered the goodness of this fish, is one of my favorites after the sea bass!
Kiss

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Sicilians creative in the kitchen May 26, 2014 - 11:48

Hello Annie but thank you for coming to see the new blog dress! I the ROAR I've never eaten there and I fell in love… A big kiss, ADA

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Anna May 25, 2014 - 23:18

Fish and I are good friends , I like it , but I hate scale and touch it, why I reduce to a minimum its consumption , so if I find a fishmonger who prepares the proveròMi really like the new look of the blog, I find it very elegant . Very nice your photos .

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Anna May 25, 2014 - 23:19

OPS , I left the comment and I haven't said hello , good evening and thank you for the recipe.

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Sicilians creative in the kitchen May 25, 2014 - 23:26

It was a nice comment, I never said that you hadn't finished. And then again a hug, ADA

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Sicilians creative in the kitchen May 25, 2014 - 23:21

Anna will be your blood milanese, It brings you closer to the ground and the mountain! I love the fish, I would eat every day! Thanks for everything, I'm so glad to have brought to term without disasters this transition to the new blog! I was terrified that exploded all! A hug, ADA

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ALE - Softly Inventing May 25, 2014 - 23:17

ADA dear…What a beautiful dish you prepared! The diamond is unique and I really enjoy with potato and tomato confit…congratulations! And they say the edel new look of the blog? I really like it! beautiful presentation and beautiful you! A big kiss

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Sicilians creative in the kitchen May 25, 2014 - 23:22

Hello dear Ale! Thank you that you have found time to come and see me! You're a sweetheart… you gave birth to a little boy and I'm a new layout for the blog! I would say it is an unequal struggle! I embrace you strong! ADA

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