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A delicious dish that can go very well for pescetarians. In addition, it is perfect for Christmas and New Year.
If we receive people in our home during the holidays, the question we always ask ourselves is what we are going to cook. More and more people are opting for different types and varieties of diets, which can range from vegetarianism, veganism, or even what is known as a pescetarian diet.
Obviously, we cannot accommodate everyone when preparing a meal, but we can try to put together something that everyone (or almost everyone) likes. In this case, although fish is not an option that everyone likes, trout is still one of the preferred alternatives. In addition, passion fruit sauce gives it a sweet and different flavor that can work very well for your Christmas or New Year's dinner.
- 2 small trout
- 200 grams of potatoes
- Olive oil
- Rosemary, to taste
- Thyme, to taste
- 2 passion fruit
- 2 tbsp of butter
- 1 tbsp of liquid honey
We steam the potatoes. We oil a baking dish and put the trout on the skin side and take them to the oven. Once the potatoes are ready, we cut them into slices and brown them in a pan, with olive oil, rosemary, and thyme.
For the sauce, we put the passion fruit pulp together with the butter and honey in a small saucepan. We bring it to a simmer until the honey is well dissolved and the ingredients have become one. We serve the trout, with the sauce on top and accompanied by the golden potatoes.
Cooking tip: it doesn't matter what tray you serve the dish on, whether it is straw or silver. The secret is to make a meal with enthusiasm, take care of the details in a way that is comfortable for you, and make your guests feel good.