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  • 1 frying pan Snapper or plate size snapper

  • 8 Cherry Tomatoes

  • 8 Ligurian olives or marinated small olives of good quality

  • 8 basil leaves

  • 1 cup sparkling mineral Water

  • 1 tablespoon Butter

  • sea salt

  • cracked Pepper

  • 4 Cloves garlic confit

  • 2 banana chilli confit


  • 1.

    Score the fish on both sides with a knife

  • 2.

    Heat a pan and add a touch of olive oil, once hot, add the fish and cook for 3-4 minutes until golden on one side.

  • 3.

    Turn the fish over and add in the garlic, chilli, tomato, olives and seasoning.

  • 4.

    After 30 seconds add in the mineral water and the butter & basil and cook for a further couple of minutes.

  • 5.

    When the fish is cooked transfer to a serving plate.


To make confit, heat 2 cups extra virgin olive oil and add garlic &
chilli and slowly heat for a few hours over the lowest possible heat until soft.

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Posted by Melia4Report
Fresh fish has a lot of nutritions.I like eating it.
Posted by KMcBReport
fresh ingredients, simple, great flavours
Posted by KellyReport
Have made this dish for family and friends and they loved it! It's a winner!
Posted by SergeReport
u gut and scale the fish before cooking.
Posted by Marg26Report
Fabulous Peter, not too much human interference and fresh and clean flavour. Loved it :-)
Posted by JaksmasterReport
The boat in the background looks like a boat called the SV Malaita. Which does charters out from Port Douglas QLD. Oh and I'm gunna try this dish today.