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Rolled Fish Bake with Cherry Tomatoes

Rolled Fish Bake with Cherry Tomatoes

© Recipe courtesy of Annaliese Jones

Rolled Fish Bake with Cherry Tomatoes

Serves 6

2 Tbsp Salvagno extra virgin olive oil (EVO)

8 Ortiz anchovies , chopped roughly

8 cloves garlic, minced

2 white onions, sliced in circles

2 Tbsp Pons capers in brine , drained

¼ cup Salvagno pitted olives in oil , drained

4 twists of La Chinata bittersweet paprika flakes

1 bottle (690g) Sabato tomato passata

Salt and freshly ground black pepper

1 Tbsp Escuminac maple syrup

1 punnet (roughly 18) cherry tomatoes – yellow if you can find them

6 fillets of white fish such as snapper, tarakihi or gurnard

1 large or two small lemons

Parsley for serving

 

Preheat the oven to 180°C.

Heat the olive oil in a large pan and add the anchovies and garlic, stirring for 2 minutes on low heat until they’re melted into the oil. Add the onions and coat in the oil, bringing up the heat slightly. Cook until very soft and reduced in bulk by half before adding the capers, olives, paprika flakes and passata.

Cook the sauce on low for at least 10 minutes. Taste before adding the salt, pepper and maple syrup. Lastly, add the cherry tomatoes, gently mixing them through the sauce.

Place a few spoons of the sauce onto the bottom of a baking dish. This is a saucy bed for the fish.

Lay the fish out on a board, sprinkle with a little flaky sea salt and spread some sauce on each fillet. Roll them up and place in the baking dish, rolled layers facing up, like a rosette.

Spoon the remaining sauce around and on top of the fish. Cut the lemons into wedges and pop into the dish too.

Bake for 15 minutes, or until the fish is cooked through (check the middle of the roll too).

Serve with some chopped parsley and a squeeze of the baked lemon.

A beautiful accompaniment is boiled new potatoes or fregola tossed in a little Sabato pesto and a fresh rocket salad.



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  • Ortiz Anchovies

    Ortiz Anchovies in oil


    Ortiz anchovies are prized for their superior flavour, quality and texture and are exclusively fished from the Basque coast. The anchovies are preserved whole in coarse sea salt before being individually trimmed and filleted by hand. Eat as is or in pasta or pizza. Try melting a few into your tomato sauce for a flavour boost.

    Ortiz Conservas is a fifth generation, family-run company, established by Barnardo Ortiz de Zarate in 1891.

    Also available in a  or a 450g tin .

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  • Pons Capers in Brine

    Pons Capers in brine


    Fine (7mm), quality Spanish capers, bottled in brine.

    This product replaces the Romulo capers 60g. They are the same capers, which have been re-branded from Romulo to Pons.

    Also available in a .

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  • Salvagno Organic Evo

    Salvagno Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil


    From Verona in Italy. ‘Diploma di Gran Menzione’ Leone D’Oro dei Mastri Oleari. Bright and grassy with hints of almond, it is perfect with fish, salads and chicken.

    Also available in a 1L bottle.

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  • Salvagno Pitted Olives In Oil

    Salvagno Pitted Olives in Oil


    Favorol olives in extra virgin olive oil. From Verona …also the producers of the fabulous extra virgin olive oil and olive paste. Use in salads and pasta – you can use the olive oil to dress the dish.

    Also available in a 900g jar.

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  • Sabato Tomato Passata Organic

    Sabato Tomato Passata ~ Organic


    The organic Sabato tomato passata is made with fresh organic ingredients. It comprises of a lightly cooked blend of southern Italian fresh tomatoes, basil and extra virgin olive oil. This can be added to many recipes that call for tomato.

    Dairy and Gluten-Free.

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  • Escuminac Great Harvest Maple Syrup

    Escuminac Great Harvest Maple Syrup


    100% pure, organic, single-forest maple syrup from Quebec. Great Harvest is Escuminac’s most popular maple syrup. Rounded and aromatic with notes of browned butter, toffee, dates and aniseed.

    Try this syrup with crepes and waffles, use to baste meats and root vegetables, in a poaching liquid for winter fruits or in a salad dressing.

    Also available in a 50ml size.

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