Friday, 9 May 2014

4 ZEST SEA BASS WITH PETIT POIS AND MINT PURÉE - APRICOT AND ORANGE BLOSSOM GRANITE



Gluten-free version
Use corn-flour to coat the sea bass filets
Then follow the original recipe.
Enjoy !


This recipe is gluten-free !


i-PAD VERSION
2 sea bass filets – the zest of : 1 orange,  1 lime, 1 lemon, half a grapefruit – 2 eggs beaten – 70g of panko breadcrumbs – 70g of flour - 500g of frozen petits pois – 1 shallot (diced) – 2 handful of fresh mint – 1 tbsp of mascarpone.

Preheat your oven to 200°.
Arrange 3 plates: 1 with the zest and panko, 1 with the flour and 1 with the eggs.
Coat each filet in flour, dip in eggs then coat with zest mixture.
Line a baking tray and cook the filets for 10 minutes.
Meanwhile, in a pan, fry the shallot in a little bit of olive oil for 1 minute.
Add the petits pois and cook for a further 5 minutes.
Transfer the petits pois in a plastic bowl with the mascarpone and the mint and purée with a hand blender.
Serve with the zesty filets.

6 fresh apricots (pitted) – 50g of brown caster sugar – 15cl of water – 1 tbsp of orange blossom water.

Using a hand blender, purée the apricots.
In a saucepan, gently heat the purée with the water and sugar.
Cook for 5-7 minutes.
Add the orange blossom, combine well and leave it to cool down.
Put the preparation in a freezer-proof container.
Set aside in the freezer for 2-3 hours.
Stir every 30 minutes with a fork.

The granite is on a French antique Sarregemines porcelain plate from a collection called "the question".
The set contains 8 plates, each printed in blue with 8 different transferware center scene with great details.
Each plate costs 25 pounds.
More French Sarregemines in the new Jeanne-Baptistine sale : click here

24 comments:

  1. Sea-bass and granite are very tasty. Maria

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    1. Thank you very much Maria. Best, Sixte

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  2. Ii liked the see-bass a lot. Thank you Sixte. Martha

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    1. You're very welcome Martha. Best, Sixte

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  3. What a great recipes. Sea-bass is just out of this world. We enjoyed it so much. Camilla and family

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    1. Thank you ever so much Camilla (and your family) for this so lovely comment. Best, Sixte

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  4. Fruit granite was cool! (literally). Hannah

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    1. Thank you Hannah. Best, Sixte

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  5. This will be my dinner tonight. Thanks, Sxte. Best, Cathy

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    1. You're very welcome Cathy. Have a good meal tonight. Best, Sixte

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  6. Sea bass is my best loved fish. Your recipe is very interesting. Will try it! Joss

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    1. Thank you Joss. Yes, you should definitely try it! Best, Sixte

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  7. I like your recipes, Sixte. Sea bass is very classy. Gloria

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    1. Thank you very much Gloria. Best, Sixte

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  8. Two fantastic recipes. They are my meal tonight. Thank you. Brenda

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    1. Thank you ever so much Brenda. Have a good meal tonight. Best, Sixte

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  9. The sea bass was superb. I will prepare granite some other time. Danke, Anja

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    1. Schönen Dank Anja. I am very pleased you liked the sea bass...Best, Sixte

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  10. Excellent recipes. Fish has been always my favourite dish. Sea bass in particular. Sonia

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    1. Thank you very much Sonia. Best, Sixte

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  11. Hey Sixte, your fish is sooooo good. Granite keeps me chilled. Ta, Jasmine

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    1. Many thanks Jasmine. Sorry for the granite with the weather, it can be too chilled I reckon...Best, Sixte

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  12. I made the sea bass for lunch. My friends were very complimentary. I must thank you Sixte. Zoe

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    1. You're very welcome Zoe. I am delighted to know that your lunch was a success...Best, Sixte

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