Chef Rick Moonen’s Cookbook
The ultimate comprehensive and most up-to-date cookbook for anyone who wants to cook seafood, with more than 250 recipes and covering all major cooking techniques by one of the nation’s top seafood chefs and a leading cookbook editor.
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Broiled Fish Fillets with Butter and Herbs - Serves 4
This is a classic restaurant technique and a great way of getting delicious fillets on the table fast. As you’ll see in the variations, this is the kind of technique that opens the door to all kinds of experimentation at home.
For the herb mix
- 2 tablespoons minced fresh parsley
- 1 tablespoon minced fresh dill
- 1/3 Cup minced fresh chives
- 8 tablespoons (1 stick) unsalted butter, melted
- 4 (6-ounce) pieces fish fillet
- Coarse salt and freshly ground white pepper
- About 4 teaspoons fresh bread crumbs
- Lemon wedges
1. Set an oven rack in the top position, slide in a cast-iron griddle, and turn on the broiler. Let the griddle heat for 15 minutes.
Meanwhile for the herb mix:
2. Toss the parsley, dill, and chives together in a small bowl.
3. Pour the butter into a soup plate. Dip each piece of fish into the butter to coat it on both sides, then lay the fish down on a work surface and season with salt and white pepper. Divide the herb mix among the 4 fillets, sprinkling it evenly. Sprinkle each fillet with about 1 teaspoon bread crumbs and pat the coating onto the fish. Drizzle each fillet with a little of the butter.
4. Set the fillets skin side down on the griddle. You’ll hear an immediate and very satisfying sizzle. Broil the fish for about 3 minutes, until the crumbs are toasty and caramelized.
Serve with lemon wedges