Friday, November 19, 2010

Baked Fish With Chorizo And Cherry Tomatoes


Day 2 of our carbless diet - We had fish again and this time I pulled a recipe straight out of Gordon Foul Mouth Ramsey's "Kitchen Heaven" cookbook. This is another very simple recipe and it took me less than 20 minutes from start to finish. I took off the foil during the last 5 minutes of cooking to give the dish a more attractive colour. If you are not on a silly diet like us, make sure you serve this with plenty of crusty bread to mop up the delicious pan jus. 



recipe adapted from Gordon Ramsey's "Kitchen Heaven"
serves 2 to 3 with a side salad
you'll need;
3 pieces of pink ling (original recipe asked for cod)
1 punnet of cherry tomatoes (I tripled the amount)
1 chorizo sausage*, casing removed and thinly sliced at an angle
some basil leaves
3 tbs of sherry (optional)
olive oil
sea salt and pepper
*halal beef chorizo is now available at good supermarket



Remove the sausage casing and slice thinly.



Quarter the cherry tomatoes.



Drizzle some olive oil on the base of an oven proof dish (or individual dish as suggested in the book), place the fish fillets in the dish and scatter the cherry tomatoes all over.



Follow by the chorizo slices.



Finally place a generous amount of basil leaves over, season well and, drizzle with a little more olive oil and the sherry. Cover the dish tightly with foil and bake it in the pre heated oven for 15 to 20 minutes depending on the size and thickness of the fish. I removed the foil in the last 5 minutes of cooking.



Serve immediately with a side salad or buttered cabbage as suggested in the book.

15 comments:

  1. It is such a colorful dish, and should be full of flavor with the chorizo and basil. Yet it seems so simple to make! I'm ready to jump in right now! Good idea to take the foil off! Love the crisp edges.

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  2. I need to be eating low carb food...This looks great and there sure is a ton of flavor in thisd dish.

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  3. This looks so simple & light and delicious! I think the gravy must be very tasty. yummm....
    Hope you're enjoying your day.
    Kristy

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  4. it makes me wanna have a bite!! i dont eat pork n salami tho! i love your blog for real!!

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  5. it so tempting..I'm sooo going to have this for dinner hehe Love your blog btw!!!

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  6. Harriet from carltonNovember 19, 2010 at 5:38 PM

    I am very happy to go on a diet like this too...... looks absolutely to die for!

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  7. this fish dish sound so simple but yet it full of basil and tomato flvaours! well done.

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  8. another pink link recipe :) I bought 1kg again this afternoon coz coles on sale for $14/kg this week. hehe... This might be a good idea for christmas party. Still thinking either hav party or away for a camping this christmas. Hope is not too hot for a wonderful christmas activity.

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  9. A colorful healthy dish! Great step by step photos and instructions. Thanks for the effort and sharing this wonderful recipe! Have a nice weekend.

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  10. I bake fish roasted tomatoes all the time - a healthy food I actually love! Now the chorizo really adds some welcome spice.

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  11. baked fish n ofcourse tomatoe..drooooling out...such a healthy comboo looks perfect n innovative...tummy..

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  12. Another great dish! Who said diet food needs to be boring lol

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  13. This is such a simple and appealing dish! btw the soy poached chicken turned out perfect. I have never had such succulent chicken before, unfortunately there is no leftover for today :(

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  14. Ling was on sale the other day and I should have bought some. Great looking dish!

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  15. I absolutely love the combination of flavours you have going on in this dish! Fresh, vibrant and delicious! Thanks Hungry Tummies!

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