Pelagius fish , I never had bought before. I just wanted a simple dish with broccoli. So, I made this. I searched the internet & Pelagius fish is the same name for Mahi-Mahi I thought, but I’m not sure.
Recipe: For 2 persons, with a bit of seconds
2 Pelagius fish fillets, each 170 gr
2 tablespoons of flour
Maldon sea salt, grinned
Fresh nutmeg, grated
2 heads of green broccoli, this is 2 x 500 gr, the large stalks removed, cut up in florets & cleaned
potatoes for 2 persons, peeled & cut up in 2
soy cream, about 100 to 150 ml
1. Take a large cooking pot & fill with hot water. Bring to the boil on high heat. When boiling, add the potatoes. Boil until tender. Drain. Keep warm.
2. When the water is heating up for the potatoes, take a large cooking pot & fill with hot water. Bring to the boil. When boiling, add the broccoli florets. Boil until tender. This takes about 5 to 9 minutes. Drain. Mash. Add some grinned Maldon sea salt, a few grinds of black pepper & some grated nutmeg. It really has to taste fab! Add about 100 to 150 ml of soy cream. Stir well. Taste. If necessary, add some more seasoning. Put the lid back on. Keep warm. If the broccoli mash has cooled down, heat up on a higher heat, stirring frequently because the mash mustn’t stick or burn! The mash has to be really warmed trough, even hot before serving!
3. So, in the mean time, heat a non stick pan on high heat. Add baking margarine & let it melt. Clean the fish & put grinned black pepper & grinned sea salt on both sides of the fish fillets. Take a plate & put the 2 tablespoons of flour onto a plate. Dip the fish fillets on both sides into the flour. Shake the excess off!
4. When the baking margarine has melted, add the 2 fish fillets. Fry on one side for about 3 minutes & on the other side for about 4 minutes until golden & just cooked trough. You do not want to overcook the fish!
5. Take your plates & plate up! Enjoy!!!
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