Ingredients

4 John Dory fillets without skin
2 Tablespoons olive oil
Salt and Pepper
Chopped dill, parsley, or herb of your choice for garnish

For the sauce:
1 Tablespoon butter
1 shallot, minced
1-1/2 cup cherry tomatoes, halved (can use any type tomatoe as long as they are ripe or good quality canned tomatoes)
1/2 cup dry white wine
1/2 cup water
3 Tablespoons heavy cream
Salt and Pepper to taste

Instructions 

To make the sauce
1. Set a medium skillet over medium-low heat
2. Add butter and wait for it to melt. Add shallot and a pinch of salt
3. Cook stirring occasionally until translucent, 3-5 minutes
4. Add tomatoes, turn up heat to high cook until sizzling and release juices
5. Are tender but not mushy about 2-3 minutes
6. Stir tomatoes and pour wine and water over, turn down heat to low
7. Cover and simmer 5 minutes
8. During the last minute add sugar snap peas before uncovering tomatoes
9. Stir in cream and bring to a simmer uncovered
10. Take off heat season to taste with salt and pepper
Cook fish
1. Dry fish well with paper towel season with salt and pepper on both sides
2. Set a large non-stick skillet over high heat
3. When hot, add oil and wait a few seconds for it to heat up
4. Place fish into skillet with its skin side down Cook until golden, about 2 minutes
5. Turn cook until the fish almost flakes, but is still a little translucent in centre 1-2 minutes
6. Total cooking time should be about 8 minutes per inch of thickness
7. Divide the sauce between plates, top with the fish fillets, and garnish with herbs

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