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SWORD FISH

Quickandeasycooking | Dec 4, 201411:25 PM    

SWORD FISH
ingredients
8.oz. sword fish
Kosher salt
Ground black pepper
Extra virgen olive oil
White cooking wine
Pesto sauce
Green fava beas
Asparagus
Artichockes
Sliced grape tomatoes
Sliced mix olives
Coocked black rice
Chopped shallots
Chopped tomatoes
Step 1 season the fish with salt pepper and pesto sauce both sides
Step 2 in a hot skillet add olive oil, when the oil is hot put the fish into the pan
Step 3 simmer for two to three minutes, flip the fish add the cooking wine cook for another two minutes.
Step 4 finish cooking in the oven at 350 degrees for six to eight minutes
Step 5 in another hot pan add olive oil, add the chopped shallots, chopped tomatoes
artichocks, grape tomatoes, asparagus, green fava beans, sliced olives, wine, and pesto sauce
salt and pepper too taste, saute the vegetables until they are cooked
Step 5 place the rice in the center of the plate,
Step 6 place the vegetables on top of rice
Step 7 place the fish on top of vegetables
Step 8 garnish with micro green and pesto sauce
Enjoy this delicious fish dish,
By eddypz72@gmail.com


Tips don't forget to cook steam asparragus before use
Cook steam green fava beans
You can use canned or jarred artichokes
Also cook the rice separately

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