Don’t be fooled by the different ingredients placed on this plate. This is an easy recipe made with little shortcuts to save you time! The flavors of this dish are so incredible. From the ginger on the sauteed vegetables to the cashews crusted on the fish, it really is a unique and delicious experience!
When you purchase your fish from any monger, ask them to de-bone the fish for you. This will save you time and a mess. BUT, you should always check the fish even after it’s been de-doned for any stragglers. I found 1-3 in mine.. no biggie, it happens 🙂
Make your own marinade (dijon mustard, lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce, garlic). See recipe for measurements and then whisk together.Place marinade on top of fish and sprinkle with your seasoning of choice. I chose sea salt, black pepper and Old Bay seasoning.
Begin sauteing the carrots and ginger in a heated pan with water. Note- when you saute with olive oil to cook vegetables, it removes a lot of the nutrients, therefore saute using water then coat the vegetables in olive oil after they have cooked for flavor.
Remove fish from oven once it is nice and crusty.
Plate vegetables and fish. Then using good quality store bought (don’t hate) Taboule place on top of fish. I used the brand Yorgo, which combines fresh finely chopped parsley, garden tomatoes, onions, fresh squeezed lemon juice, virgin olive oil, natural herbs and specially blended spices with a hint of natural sea salt. Spare yourself the time and buy this Taboule instead of making it yourself. It tastes great and made with fresh organic ingredients.