, do you have any good suggestions for a fish dish for xmas, apart form salmon en croute
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Gravalax, which would be cured salmon as opposed to en croute. Firm fleshed fish such as black code or scallops cooked in parchment (en papillote).
Something dramatic is always nice for a special occassion. You could cook a whole fish in salt crust. Simple to do, but a beautiful presentation, and it tastes delicious.
I often do a whole fish stuffed with shellfish. No need to do a sea bass, any whole fish with a nice white flesh works well.
I find fish to be a great partner for preserved lemons. Using them in some kind of sauce could make the salmon really interesting.
Like overnight, but easier.
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