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Recipe Serves Four (2 to 4)
Here is a simple and easy recipe to make. Very healthy and excellent. It’s a fusion between a very Greek fish and an all-Japanese approach. It will comfort you during your winter evenings. Serve them with steamed sticky rice (sushi-style).
1. 2 (Very fresh) red mullets from 1/2 to 3/4 pounds each
To recognize a very fresh fish the eyes must be bright and Clear and the gills bright red.
Ask your fishmonger to clean them completely and scale them.
2. 2 soupspoons of “Fleur de Sel” salt
3. 1 pound of fresh Shishito pepper
4. 1 teaspoon of olive oil
5. One flat roasting pan
6. Aluminum foil
Wash fish thoroughly under cold water. Drain and dry them (inside and outside) with absorbent paper.
Do the same with the Shishito peppers.
Cover the bottom of the roasting pan with aluminum foil and very lightly apply a thin layer of olive oil.
Sprinkle salt lightly inside the fish and generously on both sides of the fish.
Place the fish on the aluminum foil, sprinkle the Shishito all around the fish, and salt them lightly.
Preheat oven on broil. Place your pan on the middle rack and cook for 20 minutes.
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