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Roasted Monkfish with Pumpkin Mash
 

This recipe comes from the GlobalChefs web site which they describe in their own words as 'The Culinary Online Magazine written by Chefs'.

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Recipe by Chef Jean Paul Naquin

Ingredients

600 g monkfish fillet net weight
80 g smoked bacon

Pumpkin Mash:
600 g pumpkin peeled and cut
20 g garlic cloves peeled
150 g sweet potato peeled and cut 3 tblsps olive oil
50 g heavy cream to taste salt & pepper

Tomato Jam:
200 g tomatoes
3 g red chili powder
to taste salt & pepper

Fish Salad:
20 g chervil
20 g chives
100 g mushroom
10 g dried anchovy
50 g dried squid
60 g dried codfish
40 g fresh chilies cut into the julienne
20 g dried chilies cut into the julienne
1 tblsp olive oil
salt & black pepper to taste

Method

Pumpkin Mash:

  • Season the pumpkin, sweet potato and garlic gloves, wrap in aluminum foil and bake the parcel in a preheated oven at 325°F for approximatly 40 minutes until the contents are cooked through.
  • Purée with olive oil, heavy cream, rectify seasoning and put to one side.

Tomato Jam:

  • Blanch and peel the tomatoes and add salt. Leave the tomatoes in a strainer to rest and allow the salt to draw out some water. Squeeze out any remaining liquid.
    Add seasoning and puree in a blender.

To cook fish:

  • Wrap the monkfish loins with thin slices of bacon and roast in the oven for 7 minutes at 180°C.

To serve:

  • Place pumpkin mash on serving dishes.
  • Slice monkfish and arrange three medallions of different hight on each plate.
  • Top one of the three medallions with a spoon of tomato jam.
  • Toss all salad ingredients with olive oil and chili and add to the dish.
  • Sprinkle a little chili oil and serve immediately.

Serves 4

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