100g prosciutto bone or prosciutto trimmings
750 ml (3 cups) grapeseed oil
250g thinly sliced prosciutto finely chopped
4 x 200g Hapuka Steaks
Cabbage purée
6 outer green leaves Savoy cabbage
50ml extra-virgin olive oil
1onion, finely chopped
1garlic clove, finely chopped
Braised cabbage
1 tablespoon olive oil
50g onion (about half) thinly sliced
500g Savoy cabbage (about half) thinly sliced


1. Combine prosciutto bone or trimmings and oil in a saucepan
2. Cook over low heat 20 minutes
3. Remove from heat set aside to infuse 1-2 hours
4. Preheat oven to 150C
5. Strain oil into a clean saucepan, heat over low heat to 50C
6. Place fish single layer in a deep roasting pan large enough to hold fish snugly
7. Pour warm oil over fish, ensuring fish is completely covered with oil
8. Cover cook in oven until fish is just cooked 40-55 minutes
9. Drain fish with a slotted spoon, then on absorbent paper
10. Place on a baking tray lined with baking paper
Cabbage purée
1. Blanch cabbage leaves in boiling salted water until bright green 2-3 minutes
2. Refresh, squeeze out excess water and thinly slice
3. Heat olive oil in a fry pan over medium heat
4. Add onion and garlic cook, stirring occasionally, until tender 3-5 minutes
5. Add cabbage and 200ml water cook, stirring occasionally, until tender 8-10 minutes
6. Process in a food processor, until smooth, season to taste and keep warm
Braised cabbage
1. Heat oil in a saucepan over medium heat
2. Add onion cook, stirring occasionally, until tender 2-3 minutes
3. Add cabbage, cover and cook, stirring occasionally, until tender 10 minutes
4. Season to taste, keep warm
5. Increase oven to 200C
6. Cook prosciutto in a fry pan over medium heat, stir until crisp 8-10 minutes
7. Scatter over fish then roast in oven until hot about 10 minutes
8. Serve Hapuka with puréed and braised cabbage


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Choosing Seafood

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