Pan-seared Cobia with jalapeno parsley puree and tomato jam

Preparation Time

15 Mins

Cooking Time

35 Mins

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50

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Pan-seared Cobia with jalapeno parsley puree and tomato jam

Pan-seared-Cobia-with-jalapeno-parsley-puree-and-tomato-jamLet get grilling! This may look like a complicated recipe, but the tomato jam can be made ahead and will keep for a week refrigerated. Leaving you to simply fire up the grill on the day and to rustle up the pea and jalapeño puree. Serve with barbecued new potatoes or a sweet corn fritter.


Step 1

To make tomato jam: Place all ingredients in a non-stick pan and simmer for 30-35 minutes stirring constantly until thick. Set aside.

Step 1 -- To make tomato jam: Place all ingredients in a non-stick pan and simmer for 30-35 minutes stirring constantly until thick. Set aside.

Step 2

For the Jalapeno Parsley Puree: blend all ingredients and puree until smooth. Keep warm.

Step 2 -- For the Jalapeno Parsley Puree: blend all ingredients and puree until smooth. Keep warm.

Step 3

Heat olive oil in a pan, sear seasoned cobia portions on both sides for 5-7 minutes until fish is fully cooked & flaky

Step 3 -- Heat olive oil in a pan, sear seasoned cobia portions on both sides for 5-7 minutes until fish is fully cooked & flaky

Step 4

To serve, place cobia portion on top of 2 tablespoons of Jalapeño parsley puree and top with a generous dollop of tomato jam. Serve with barbecued new potatoes or a sweetcorn fritter.

Step 4 -- To serve, place cobia portion on top of 2 tablespoons of Jalapeño parsley puree and top with a generous dollop of tomato jam. Serve with barbecued new potatoes or a sweetcorn fritter.

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Ingredients

  • ??? 4 x 4oz Open Blue Cobia portions (seasoned with sea salt and pepper)
  • ??? 2 tablespoons olive oil for searing
  • ??? Tomato Jam: 4 tomatoes, ripe, coarsely pureed
  • ??? 1 shallot sliced thin
  • ??? 2 cloves garlic sliced thin
  • ??? 1 tablespoon mustard seeds
  • ??? 2 tablespoons honey
  • ??? 1 Lime Juice of Lime
  • ??? 2 large leaves basil leaves torn in to pieces
  • ??? 1 sprig tarragon
  • ??? ¼ cup sugar
  • ??? 2 teaspoons red pepper flakes
  • ??? Jalapeno Parsley Puree:
    3 jalapenos diced, seeded
  • ??? 1 cup fresh parsley, destalked
  • ??? ½ cup olive oil
  • ??? Salt to taste

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