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Old 12-23-2017, 05:34 PM   #21
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@ Charlie D,


Off the top of my thinking Cap, there are thousands of sauces that would be lovely and sublime for fish, however, it depends on the type of fish too ..



1) Mornay ( Butter Sauce )
2) White Wine
3) Apple Cider (Sparkling) or a Cava ..
4) With Trout: Alsacian Choucroute with saukerkraut ..
5) Salmon: Perhaps a Citrus & Balsamic Vinegar ..
6) Salmon with a Teriyaki ..
7 ) Cod or Grouper ( Thick Firm ) Chunks: you may wish to dredge in almond, hazelnut or pistachio crumbs and sautť in some Extra virgin olive oil .. ( A dish in Napoli, called Frecole ).
8 ) Another wonderful dish is a fish stew: 3 Different types of fish, tomato, White wine, fresh parsley, fish stock / broth, garlic, extra virgin olive oil
(Called: Cacciucco) ..

I have the Paul Bocuse Institute Book on the classic Mother Sauces ..

Le Cordůn Bleu book series are wonderful too there is one on sauces ..

Hope this has helped ..

Have a wonderful day ..
I am partial to the dill sauce served with garlic, not with mayo added. It works well with any fish. Romesco also works.
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Romesco, avocado cream, or the dill lemon sauce we use for gravlox, no mayo, please.
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Old 12-31-2017, 03:44 AM   #23
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Salt Roasted Trout

I donít know why, but for some reason Iíve been craving trout lately. Go know. Iíve collected several recipes for steamed whole trout; Iím fairly confident preparing that, also en papillote (same as steaming, really), and a few for roasted trout; more or less all very similar.

I thought Iíd like to try something a bit different, and remembered a cooking show that featured salt roasted fish. I think it was a fairly large fish, though (a salmon?), and the trout available to me are quite small, so Iím not confident about the recipes Iíve found on the web.

Do any of you fine chefs have experience with salt roasted fish? Any suggestions or advice would be greatly appreciated!
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