Mediterranean Cobia Carpaccio

Preparation Time

5 Mins

Cooking Time

15 Mins

Ready In

PT5M PT15M

20

Mins

Difficulty

Easy

Nutritional Facts

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Mediterranean Cobia Carpaccio

Mediterranean-carpaccioPacked full of Mediterranean flavors, try Cobia carpaccio with roasted cherry tomatoes, mixed olives and herbs. Ready to serve in under 20 minutes.


Step 1

With a sharp knife on the side, cut the cobia into wafer-thin slices.

Step 1 -- With a sharp knife on the side, cut the cobia into wafer-thin slices.

Step 2

Drain the capers and chop thoroughly.

Step 2 -- Drain the capers and chop thoroughly.

Step 3

Place the cherry tomatoes on a baking tray, toss in olive oil with a sprinkle of sea-salt, sugar, marjoram and the garlic. Roast in an oven at 180°C/ 350 F for 15 minutes.

Step 3 -- Place the cherry tomatoes on a baking tray, toss in olive oil with a sprinkle of sea-salt, sugar, marjoram and the garlic. Roast in an oven at 180°C/ 350 F for 15 minutes.

Step 4

Remove the stone from the olives and cut into strips. Then begin preparing your sauce for topping, combining your soy sauce,balsamic vinegar, sugar and oil.

Step 4 -- Remove the stone from the olives and cut into strips. Then begin preparing your sauce for topping, combining your soy sauce,balsamic vinegar, sugar and oil.

Step 5

To plate, arrange the cobia slices in a circular pattern. Complete the dish with capers, olives, cherry tomatoes, herbs and a generous drizzle of the aromatic dressing.

Step 5 -- To plate, arrange the cobia slices in a circular pattern. Complete the dish with capers, olives, cherry tomatoes, herbs and a generous drizzle of the aromatic dressing.

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Ingredients

  • ??? 5oz (150g) Cobia;
  • ??? 1oz (30g) capers
  • ??? 3oz (80g) cherry tomatoes
  • ??? 2oz (60g) black and green olives
  • ??? Aromatic herbs (mint, marjoram, thyme)
  • ??? 2 cloves of garlic
  • ??? Pinch of sugar
  • ??? Soy
  • ??? Salt, olive oil and balsamic vinegar

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