- 12 oz White fish filletsskinless, boneless firm
- 3 tbsp Olive oilextra-virgin, divided, plus more for drizzling
- 1 Grapefruit
- Kosher Saltto taste
- ¼ medium head (about 10 oz) Cabbage
- ⅓ cup Fresh minttorn
- Black pepperfreshly ground , to taste
Slow-Cooked White Fish with Charred Cabbage
This Slow-Cooked White Fish with Charred Cabbage is a delicious quick meal to make. You can make this with any firm white fish that you prefer. I often use cod or halibut but you can see what your local fish shop has in stock. It’s called slow cooked, but remember that fish cooks quickly so even 15 minutes is slow for fish!
Start making this by placing the fish on a parchment lined baking sheet. While the fish bakes in the oven, prepare the cabbage. Cook the cabbage until it is half charred. I find it is best not to move the cabbage leaves as they cook. Once the cabbage and fish is cooked, peel the grapefruit and remove the pith. Slice into rounds and assemble the dish, starting with cabbage, then grapefruit and topped with fish and garnished with mint and olive oil.
To make Slow-Cooked White Fish with Charred Cabbage, you will need the following ingredients:
Steps to make Slow-Cooked White Fish with Charred Cabbage
Preheat the oven to 370 °F.
Place fish on a baking sheet
Prepare the fish
Prepare cabbage leaves
Season and continue to cook