This is a dish I tried when on holiday in Majorca, it just had tons of fresh flavours and textures and has a sweet and tangy kick to it. The best bit is that it is mega healthy, we normally have it with Salmon or sometimes with steak thinly sliced. I would also serve this with some tortilla crisps as this adds more texture to the dish. So easy to make and can be eaten on its own just with some crusty bread.
460g Sweet Vine Ripened mini Tomatoes (small ones seem to have bags more flavour)
2 Sea Bass Fillets
2 Avocados ( place in Fridge before hand)
2 Large Spring Onions
Hand full of Coriander
100ml Tomato Juice
50ml Orange Juice
5 Dashes of Tabasco
Sea Salt Ground
Olive oil ( Good Quality)
What to do:
Dice the Sea Bass into small cubes and place in a bowl, our two table spoons of Lemon Juice onto the fish and stir gently to coat. the Lemon Juice will cook the fish so not completely raw. put in the fridge to chill
In a bowl pour the tomato juice and orange juice, put the Tabasco sauce and season with the sea salt and pepper. then pour a drizzle some good quality Olive oil mix and then taste. place in the fridge to chill
remember to taste this as every ones pallet is different, also it might be bit strong now but ones you have added the Tomatoes and Avocado etc this will dampen the taste.
Dice the tomatoes and remove the middle place in a bowl, then dice the cold avocados
into small pieces, and add to the bowl.
Finley slice the spring onions and coriander and toss together, then add the tomato and orange juice and mix together. now add the chilled Sea Bass. and toss together making sure you do this gently as not to break up the delicate avocado.
Serve whilst cold, with tortilla crisps for that great balance of flavours and textures.
Photos by Matt Grice
Recipe by Matt Grice