Fish in Tomato
By Teresa Cutter
What's great about it
This is a simple and delicious recipe from my cookbook Purely Delicious. It's a wonderful way to cook fish and have dinner on the table in around 15 minutes. Inspired by my first trip to France, where I was overwhelmed by the amazingly fresh and healthy produce, as well as how active everybody was, it’s not surprising why so many people associate the Mediterranean diet with health and well-being. Enjoy this nourishing and oh so tasty dish!
500 g tomato puree or tinned peeled smashed Roma tomatoes
125 ml water
1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil or knob of butter
sea salt and white pepper to taste
500 g white fish fillet (2 skinless, boneless white fish fillets)
2 tablespoons fresh chopped parsley
HEAT the tinned peeled tomatoes with the water and olive oil or butter for 5 minutes until slightly reduced and flavoursome.
LAY the fish fillets over the tomato in the pan and season with a little sea salt and pepper.
COVER with a lid and simmer for about 8 minutes until the fish is cooked.
SPRINKLE with parsley.
ENJOY straight out of the pan.
Notes and Inspiration
Fish provides the body with complete protein for building and repair as well as omega 3 that is anti-inflammatory to the body and is needed for digestive health, cardiovascular and brain health.
Serve alone or with a side of steamed broccoli.
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