EVERY DAY: AN EASY – FAST – AND CHEAP – RECIPE THAT SUITS EVERYONE
Do you want a practical, quick recipe ideal for every day lunch and dinner?
Then you must try the swordfish Sicilian style. This preparation contains all the scents and colors of Sicily. What do we need? Swordfish, tomato, oregano, capers and olives… in short, a real explosion of taste!
At the end of cooking, to give a touch of freshness, you can embellish the swordfish with a few mint leaves, as they usually do in Sicily!
This is a pan-fried fish recipe and is really done in 10 minutes on the clock … fish should never be overcooked!
You can replace the swordfish with any fish you prefer: tuna, cod but also sea bream fillets are fine.
Prepare it and let me know in the comments if you also agree that you cannot give up a recipe like this.
SWORDFISH SICILIAN STYLE
Ingredients for 4 people: 4 slices of swordfish (weight about 600g) – 3 medium / large tomatoes – 1 tablespoon of capers – 10 black olives (green olives are good too) – 1/2 glass of white wine – 1 clove of garlic – Oregano to taste – Mint (can be replaced with parsley) – Salt to taste – Olive oil as needed
Heat 2 tablespoons of olive oil in a large pan, then brown a clove of garlic. Now add the tomatoes cut into small cubes and brown them in the oil for a couple of minutes. Now place the slices of swordfish (make sure that they are in direct contact with the bottom of the pan), then add all the other ingredients of the recipe, i.e. olives, desalted capers, a sprinkling of oregano and finally salt.
Those who prefer can also add a pinch of pepper or chili sauce.
Brown the swordfish for a couple of minutes on both sides, then add the wine (or apple vinegar).
Once the wine (or apple vinegar) has evaporated, put the lid on and cook the fish for 5 minutes.
After cooking, turn off the heat and perfume with fresh mint leaves.
Here is your Sicilian swordfish served on the table. Eat it hot and make the shoe with its irresistible sauce …. it’s a real treat!
Enjoy your meal!