Ingredients

4 x 200g mirror dory fillets, skin off, bones removed
1/2 cup vegetable oil
4 lime cheeks, to serve
Green salad, to serve
Spice Mix
1 tablespoon fennel seeds
1 tablespoon coriander seeds
1 tablespoon cumin seeds
1/2 tablespoon dried garlic
4 dried chillies, coarsely chopped (see notes)
1/2 tablespoon salt flakes
1/2 cup sweet paprika
Lime Butter
1 lime, zest grated, juiced
125g butter, softened
1 teaspoon salt flakes

Instructions

Make Lime Butter
1. Combine all ingredients mix well
2. Roll butter into a cylinder shape in plastic wrap
3. Refrigerate until firm (see notes)

Make Spice Mix
1. Dry roast all the seeds for a few minutes, until aromatic
2. Grind to a fine powder in a grinder
3. Add garlic, chillies and salt grind until fine, then stir in paprika
4. Place spice mix on a flat plate
5. Pat fish dry with paper towel
6. Brush both sides with vegetable oil
7. Roll in spice mix, ensuring they are evenly coated
8. Heat remaining oil in a fry pan over medium heat
9. Cook fish 4-6 minutes each side
10. Cook until spices begin to blacken and flesh flakes easily when tested with a fork
11. Place fish on serving plates
12. Top with a thin disc of Lime butter garnish with a lime cheek and serve with green salad
Note
Remove seeds from chillies before chopping for a milder flavour. This recipe only uses a small amount of the Lime Butter
Remainder can be frozen and pieces cut off as needed to melt over fish or vegetables. This recipe can also be cooked on BBQ or char-grill plate

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