For this festive treat, today I am offering you a Baked Fish Recipe with Vegetables.
And there you have it, the month of December is here and I’m tackling my first recipe ideas for the end of year celebrations.
It’s the perfect time to get started in the kitchen with some delicious hot dishes, in casseroles or casseroles.
For this festive version, today I offer you a recipe for baked fish casserole garnished with small vegetables.
I found everything I needed at my fishmonger where there was a large choice of fish and seafood. You can therefore adapt the recipe if necessary, according to your desires!
I advise you to mix the different fish or combine them with some seafood, your casseroles will be even more delicious. This time, I cooked monkfish, scallops and langoustines.
It’s really delicious, I recommend it!
You will see in my recipe that on top of the casserole, I placed breadcrumbs and a little grated parmesan. It’s not essential but I really like the double texture effect that it gives to these casseroles, with the crunchy, almost crumble top and the softness of the fish inside…
In addition, I admit that this dish is quite ideal because it can be prepared in advance, kept in the fridge for a few hours and then put in the oven at the last minute. It will therefore be very appreciable for a Christmas meal where you want to spend time with family.
I love serving these casseroles with mashed potatoes because it allows you to really enjoy the creamy sauce.
Baked Fish Recipe with Vegetables
WHAT INGREDIENTS do YOU NEED TO MAKE THIS DELICIOUS baked FISH RECIPE?
- fish and seafood
- white wine
- parmesan cheese
- salt and pepper
- olive oil
- of flour
MY ADVICE FOR A SUCCESSFUL RECIPE:
- Read the recipe instructions below carefully before starting.
- Prepare all the ingredients (correct quantities and weighed) before starting.
This will allow you to check that you have everything at home and to complete it if necessary, to understand the recipe well and to go faster overall in making the recipe, and to enjoy cooking more! 😉
I made this dish in the form of small individual casserole dishes because I found it nicer to present this recipe like this, especially for the holidays, but you can also cook it in a larger gratin dish and then serve the portions on a plate.
If you enjoy these kinds of recipes, here are some other ideas that you might also like:
- Smoked Salmon Rillettes
- Homemade Salmon Gravlax
- Ceviche Fish
- Fish Loaf Recipe with Salmon and Cod
- Baked Scallops
- Baked Oysters
Baked Fish Recipe with Vegetables
- 400 g monkfish (or other fish: salmon, cod, etc.)
- 8 scallops
- 8 cooked langoustines
- 1 shallot minced
- 1 carrot sliced
- 1 white leek sliced
- drizzle of lemon juice
- 8 teaspoons liquid cream
- 4 teaspoons dry white wine
- 4 teaspoons breadcrumbs
- Grated parmesan
- Salt and pepper from the mill
- Olive oil
- 1 bay leaf
- Buckwheat seeds (optional)
- Preheat your oven to 180°C.
- In a saucepan, cook the sliced carrot and the sliced leek white for 10 minutes with a drizzle of olive oil and the bay leaf. Stir occasionally.
- Cut the fish into large pieces and lightly flour it on all sides, as well as the scallops and langoustines.
- In another pan, brown the chopped shallot with olive oil. Add the fish and seafood and gently but quickly brown all sides.
- Divide the fish and vegetables into the casserole dishes, sprinkle with white wine, add a few drops of lemon juice. Add salt and pepper.
- Add 2 spoons of fresh cream to each of the cassolettes, sprinkle with breadcrumbs and grated parmesan. I also like to sometimes add a few buckwheat seeds on top, it adds a little crunch.
- Bake for about 15 minutes, until the top of the casserole is golden brown. You can go under the grill for 1 or 2 minutes. Be careful not to overcook.
- Serve with white rice or mashed potatoes for example.
If you ever make my homemade oven baked Fish and vegetables recipe and you like it, don’t hesitate to tag me on Instagram @tangerinezest so I can see the result and share it myself…
Finally, just to let you know I am French and I translate my recipes, be indulgent if you see syntax errors and do not hesitate to leave me a comment so I can correct it. I hope you will like my recipes and enjoy your visit to my food blog!