Spiced garfish with tomato salsa and crisp capers
There’s nothing quite like being in the cockpit listening to the sound of flavoursome food sizzling and experiencing the aromas of culinary creations with close friends celebrating good times aboard your luxury Riviera or Belize motor yacht.
“Use the best ingredients, use them well and you will get a great dish – one that will become part of your personal repertoire and make your family and friends go: WOW,” says Club Marine Magazine’s resident international chef, Bart Beek.
Featuring over 100 of Bart’s best recipes – many included specifically with boat barbecues in mind – Club Marine Magazine’s cookbook Gourmet Delights is inspired by dishes from right around the world.
Below, we share one of Bart’s favourites: Spiced garfish with tomato salsa and crisp capers.
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Spiced garfish fillets with tomato salsa and crisp capers
Garfish, also known as ‘sea noodle’, are long and slender in shape and live close to the water’s surface. They cook very quickly and can be grilled, fried, smoked, baked or barbecued.
Preparation time: 12 minutes
Cooking time: 14 minutes
- 4 butterflied garfish fillets
- 2 tsps adobo seco (for recipe, see adobo seco prawn salad P96)
- 3 tblsps extra virgin olive oil
- 2 tblsps baby capers
- 2 tblsps red wine vinegar
- 6 tblsps extra virgin olive oil
- Salt flakes and freshly cracked black pepper, to taste
- 1 tomato, quartered, seeded and diced
- 1 small red onion, diced
- 2 spring onions, sliced into 5mm pieces
- 1 small yellow capsicum, seeds removed, cut into 5mm dice
- 2 tblsps parsley, coarsely chopped
Combine together the adobo seco spice mix with two tablespoons of olive oil and brush onto the garfish fillets. Refrigerate until required. Heat one tablespoon of olive oil in a small frypan, add in the drained capers and toss until crisp. Remove to a kitchen-paper-lined plate and allow to cool.
Place the vinegar, olive oil and seasoning into a bowl and whisk together. Add in the remaining salsa ingredients and gently combine.
Place a ribbed skillet pan onto the heat and add in a little olive oil. Cook the garfish fillets for approximately two minutes on each side or until just cooked.
Present with a portion of the salsa and the capers.
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