Having grown up with an Italian chef for a dad, I always thought that fish and cheese were a complete no-no. Then I saw this recipe and I thought I wo...
While Cheese and Fish are a combo certainly not found every day in traditional Italian cooking, it's a flavor duo that is off-the-charts delicious. If you haven't enjoyed the Char fish yet, it could be because you were waiting for the right recipe to come along to highlight this healthy, delicious fish option.
Beautifully rosy, the firm char fillets enhance the Piave DOP cheese's natural aromas and slightly salty finish. The inclusion of hearty potatoes ensure that even the meat-and-potatoes crowd have their dining desires addressed in a quick, fulfilling seafood recipe that should be included in your Italian cooking repertoire right away! Incorporating lean protein into your family's meal rotation is rarely so easy and delicious, so be sure you treat your family and loved ones well - by following Mamablip's recipe with Piave DOP cheese and fresh Char, you're guaranteed a quick and easy fish recipe success!
Love cooking with Piave DOP cheese and want to learn more about this line of specialty Italian cheese? Be sure to follow up with more info on the Piave DOP Cheese Consortium page for lots of additional details. For more cheesy recipes, be sure to investigate some more beauties here!
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for 4 servings
Cut the Arctic char fillets into three pieces each, salt and pepper them and lightly floured fry them in extra virgin olive oil.
Pass the sliced potatoes into a pan with the scented butter and brown them well on both sides.
Prepare some slices of Piave DOP cheese and tomato, at this point you will build a castle by alternating the ingredients, finishing with the char.
Place in the oven for a few minutes. Serve seasoning with an emulsion of our herbs, extra virgin olive oil, salt and pepper.
Nina Monday 15th of February 2021
Juicy tender white fish with cheese...who knew?
Having grown up with an Italian chef for a dad, I always thought that fish and cheese were a complete no-no. Then I saw this recipe and I thought I would give it a shot. And boy, am I happy I did...!!