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Thursday, 22 August 2013

Pan Fried River Cobbler in White Wine Fish Sauce

River Cobbler in White Wine Fish Sauce ~ Simple Food


Pan Fried River Cobbler in White Wine Fish Sauce

I've used a matured fish sauce in this recipe which is normally used in Thai cooking, it’s available in most supermarkets but you only need a little because it is very salty.   

The sauce is quite mild so as to let the flavour of the fish come through   

I've also served it up with a carrot and potato mash.                      

For 2 servings
You will need;
River Cobbler in White Wine Fish Sauce ~ Simple Food 
2 – River Cobbler Fillets (or a white fish of your choice)
50 Gm - Butter
dessertspoon – Plain Flour
½ teaspoon – Fish Sauce
2 cloves – Garlic
50 Ml – White Wine
100 Ml water
50 Ml – Cream
Freshly Ground Black Pepper

Melt the butter in a pan and add the fish, cook on a medium heat for about 5 minutes each side. Removed the fish and set aside, now add the plain flour and mix into a paste then add the white wine, fish sauce and garlic then mix to a paste again.

River Cobbler in White Wine Fish Sauce ~ Simple Food

River Cobbler in White Wine Fish Sauce ~ Simple Food







Now add the water, mix well and simmer for about 10 minutes to cook out the wine.

River Cobbler in White Wine Fish Sauce ~ Simple Food



Now add the cream and black pepper to taste and re introduce the fish, simmer for another 5 minutes and you’re done.

River Cobbler in White Wine Fish Sauce ~ Simple Food