About this recipe: This one-pan-wonder bursts with tempting colour and flavour from peppers, tomatoes and a hint of chilli. Serve this Spanish style dish with some crusty bread. Delicious!
Try this recipe with inexpensive fresh coley or pouting. They both belong to the cod family but are much cheaper and available in larger supermarkets or fishmongers. You could also use hake.
For a different flavour and texture, add the minimum of salt when seasoning and sprinkle slivered good-quality salted almonds over the cooked fish and vegetables before serving.
Spread 200g ready-cooked mussels over the cod mixture for the last 3 minutes of cooking time to heat through completely.
For a more substantial meal, serve with boiled rice or crushed or mashed potatoes.
Frozen or bottled peppers, drained, save preparation and cooking time. Use a 400g can chopped tomatoes instead of diced fresh tomatoes.
Just used this to help me make a meal of 2 main ingredients: coley plus red peppers. Substituted slivered courgette for green peppers and added mushroom chunks, more garlic, and harissa instead of chili pdr. Well received. Next time I may try it with lotte tail. - 31 May 2014
Altered ingredient amounts. Easy enough to do, not really a stand alone meal unless you add Rice, Potatoes or pasta. - 15 Mar 2011
- 19 May 2010