02
Oct
13

Fig Fish

Fig Leaf Wrapped Fish.

1379623_10151920876219533_982354891_nA delicious fish dish! Thanks to Chef Ellie!

Ingredients:

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3 large fig leaves
3 fish fillets (mahi mahi, Ono, salmon, whatever you like)
coconut oil
salt & pepper
lemon or lime juice
Directions:

Preheat your oven or grill to 400˚F.
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Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil. Rinse the fig leaves in water and remove the stem. Place four large fig-leaves in the boiling water. Blanch the leaves for a minute or two, until they are soft. Remove the leaves.

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Lay the fig leaves flat on the counter. Place a fish fillet, or shrimp on top of each leaf. Paint the fish/shrimp with a small amount of olive oil, using a pastry brush. Sprinkle the fish with salt and pepper. Squeeze lemon, or lime juice over the fish. Bring up the sides of the fig leaves and wrap each fillet.

1379623_10151920876219533_982354891_nArrange the packages on a rimmed baking sheet. Pour 1/4 cup of water around the packages. Slide the sheet into the oven. Or, place the fish packages on the grill – folded sides facing down – if grilling. Bake the fish for approximately 10 minutes in an oven. If using a grill, allow three to four minutes of cooking time per side.

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Remove the fish from the grill or oven; place the packages on a serving plate. Serve the fish wrapped in the fig leaves. Makes 3 servings.

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