Dorade Espagnole Simply delicious

Impress your Friends & Family with this Simple Quick Delicious Fish, perfect for Lunch or Dinner and add some extra Gluten Free Natural Mila Omega 3

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You will need: Beautiful silver platter, fresh Dorade  and good appetite!

 Ingredients:

2 Fresh Dorade 600g per person (aprox.1.3lb per person).

You will loose some more weight when removing the bones. Make sure your fish is fresh, skin has a nice shine, sharp eye sight, and the head is easy to separate by knife. Also make sure the blood has a vibrant red color.

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get-attachment-4.aspx 4.03.14 AMgarlic 10 cloves

parsley 1 small bunch

sherry vinegar 3-4tbs

fleur de sel

olive oil

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Piment d’espellete spice in red powder

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espelette

Espelette pepper (small spicy red pepper)

You can sprinkle your salad or veggies with MILA seeds rich in Omega 3. So far this is the best most natural way to enrich your diet in Omega 3 gluten-trans fat-sugar-free.

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Recipe

Flake and cut the fish in half with clean wiped belly without separating it.  Gently smear some olive oil all over and sprinkle with fleur de sel (big pieces salt) . Put into the baking tray to pre-heated oven for 7minutes on each side in 425F temperature.

Slice garlic and cook in 20cl (aprox 7oz almost one glass) olive oil over medium heat. The secret to not to burn garlic is it to start cooking it in cold oil. Add small piece of red spicy espelette pepper to add flavor as shown in the picture above. Cook gently until garlic will start to shrink due to the water absorption and will change into nice light brownish color. Remove garlic when ready and put it on paper towel to absorb access of oil. Keep the remaining cooked oil for the final sauce glaze.  Chop parsley into fine pieces.

Once Dorade is cooked. Its important to place it into metallic platter as shown.  (All fish should always be served on the metallic platters). Open and separate it to fillet throughly getting rid of all bones. Put more fleur de sel and sprinkle over Piment d’espellete powder, add parsley, sliced cooked garlic, sherry vinegar, and finally glaze and cover everything with warm olive oil of garlic to complete this delicious dish.

Dinner, lunch is served!

As always I would love to hear from you and let me know how it turned out for you? 

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Attention Egg Lovers-Full Protein potential is here

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MIRROR MIRROR ON THE WALL WHO MAKES THE BEST OSTRICH EGG OMELETTE OUT OF ALL?

A friend like Sylwia Wiesenberg is good to have. She is best known for her Tonique Fitness body work, but she is also gifted Chef. She essentially unites creative mind, brings people together by making healthy comfort food and letting all alliances work themselves out.

Breeding_Ostrich_BerlinOnce again she produced winner recipe simply using the best-of-this-season’s ingredients.

I fashioned myself as her assistant for a day proving to coincide my “gourmet phile” for this special treat. We whipped ostrich egg into a delicious omelet adding some sautéed ramps and seasonal fresh micro greens.

Ostrich egg is the equivalent of about 2 dozen chicken eggs. Its health benefits are greater than some of those found in chicken eggs. It weighs between 3-6lb. They are significantly lower in cholesterol than chicken eggs and have larger amounts of polyunsaturated fatty acids. A single ostrich egg has 2,000 calories but you need to divide it by 24 (chicken egg equivalent) scoring total of 83 calories per serving, which is only six calories higher than a chicken egg.

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We garnished it with ramps, micro greens, radish, fresh stone crab tossed with olive oil, and fleur de sel for even better flavor. (You can also use Himalayan pink salt)Unknown
Every element in this fresh, clean-tasting dish is rich in minerals, proteins, low cholesterol, and its much airier in taste then your ordinary chicken egg omelette.

RECIPE
Use 1 Ostrich egg, whisk it throughly. Melt 1 tbs of organic/natural cow grass fed butter on small heat mixed with olive oil. (I recently discovered ghee which gives a lot of flavor when you sauté your veggies and its Sooooooo delicious ) Add ramps and sauté them for few minutes tossing them throughly. They almost immediately shrink in size. Add whisked ostrich egg liquid and and mix all together. Cook for few minutes constantly flipping it.
Serve with your favorite greens, and veggies. Add smoked salt, and paper to complete this delicious dish.

Bon Appétit!

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