A delicious take on a “surf & turf” recipe, a piece of delicious cod wrapped in salty parma ham!
Take the piece of cod and two sage leaves, place them on the fish with 2 knobs of butter.
Season with pepper. Wrap two slices of parma ham around the piece of fish and secure it with some toothpicks.
Peel the carrots. Cut the broccoli into smaller sizes and remove the ends and threads of the sugarsnaps. Cut the asparagus.
Put some olive oil into a medium/hot pan. Fry the cod about 1/1,5 minutes on each side, this is just to make the ham crispy, and not to cook the fish.
Remove the fish from the pan and place in a baking tray. Bake for about 8-10 minutes in the oven at 120 degrees celsius.
Meanwhile, boil the vegetables in a stock. Use seasonal
vegetables and cook them in order of size and hardness.
Take the cooked veggies from the pan and melt over a knob of butter. Season with pepper and salt.
Pile up the vegetables on a beautiful plate, and place the cod on it. Don't forget the sage-infused butter!
- olive oil
- 2 carrots
- handful of peas
- handful of sugarsnaps
- 1 broccoli
- 2 fillets of cod
- 6 slices of parma ham
- salt and pepper
- handful of fresh sage leaves
- 2 tbsp butter