For the Potato Gems:
2 Desiree potatoes
For the Consommé:
1 tomato
1/2 Lebanese cucumber
Sea salt
Ground white pepper
1 tablespoon fresh peas
1 tablespoon cubed carrot

For the Gemfish
250g fillet of gemfish (look for a thick piece that can be cut into 4 squares)
2 tablespoons flour of your choice, for dusting
Olive, coconut or macadamia oil for frying
To serve:
1 tablespoon micro herbs (micro rocket or alfalfa)


1. Boil potatoes about 15 minutes or until soft
2. cool slightly peel the skin off and cut in 3 thick slices
3. Using food processor chop tomato and cucumber
4. Reserve a thin slice of cucumber
5. Pour mixture on a sieve over a bowl and allow the juices to drain into the bowl
6. Season with salt and white pepper. Add carrot cubes and peas to the broth
7. Transfer to a small saucepan and bring to the boil. Cook for about 3 minutes
8. Heat 1 tablespoon oil in a small fry pan and dust fish and potato slices with salt, pepper and flour
9. Fry fish for 4 minutes skin side up, and a further 2 minutes skin side down
10. Fry potatoes in the same fry pan until golden
11. Arrange fish and vegetables in a bowl
12. Add consomme, sprinkle with micro herbs and cucumber slice diced into tiny cubes - flesh only, no seeds
Consomme and potatoes can be prepared a day ahead, so all you have to do is heat them up, which takes roughly as long as it does for the fish to cook


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Choosing Seafood

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