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RED MULLET WITH WILD FENNEL AND ORANGE RECIPE

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Red MulletIngredients for Red Mullet with Wild Fennel and Orange

2 whole red mullet
2 bunches wild fennel
2 oranges
salt and freshly ground pepper
50g butter
3 tbsp white wine

How to make Red Mullet with Wild Fennel and Orange

  • Peel the oranges and slice into segments, reserving any juice.
  • Use one bunch of fennel to stuff the fish with some of the orange segments.
  • Surround the fish with the remaining slices of orange and pour over any reserved juice, along with the white wine.
  • Season the fish with sea salt and ground pepper and dot with butter.
  • Bake at 200°C / Gas mark 6 for 20 - 25 minutes until the fish is flaky.
  • Bruise the other bunch of fennel, chop the leaves and scatter over the mullet.
  • Serve with the orange slices and juice from the dish.

Notes:

This will be delicious served with some waxy new pototoes doused in herby butter, or alternatively, slice some potatoes very thinly and arrange on a baking tray. Season and toss in oil then bake for 10 minutes. Put the fish on top and cook for the remaining 20 - 25 minutes.

Serves 2

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