Catalan mixed fish
"The Catalan fish is a dish that can be served as an appetizer, as a second course or even as a first course."Serves 4 | Prep Time 1 hour | Cook Time 15 minutes
Why I Love This Recipe
You can cook with the fish you prefer. In Italy it is a dish cooked especially in Sardinia, especially in Alghero, where the famous Catalan lobster, which is the lobster with tomatoes and onions seasoned with olive oil, salt and vinegar. The origin, although uncertain, could therefore result from this beautiful city, which was once nicknamed Barceloneta and where, even today, they speak a variant of Catalan.
Ingredients You'll Need
200 gr monkfish
200 gr sword fish
12 small squids
1 Tropea onion
Basil to taste
4 tablespoons red wine vinegar
8 tablespoons evo oil
Salt to taste
Peel and chop the potatoes. Cook them steamed.
Clean the prawns and the rest of the fish. Divide into pieces the monkfish and swordfish and clean, but left whole, the small squids.
Steam fish for two or three minutes, adding at the last minute the prawns.
Season the tomatoes cut into pieces and potatoes with vinegar, evo oil, salt and onion thinly sliced.
Arrange in a dish the tomatoes and potatoes, leaves of basil and fish cooked in lightly salted steamed and seasoned with just a little of evo oil.
Pairs Well With
Spaghetti con la bottarga