Mackerel stuffed with currants

Mackerel stuffed with currants

Mackerel stuffed with currants


juniper (berries) – 5-6 pieces.
black pepper coarse – 0.5 tsp
red currant – a handful
a sprig of basil
salt – to taste
black currant, a few berries
Mackerel – 1 pc.
dry white wine – 1 tablespoon
leek (green part only) – 5 leaves


Green leaves leeks washed and dipped in boiling water for 40 seconds. Tilt in a colander and rinse with cold water. Put on a paper towel or kitchen towel, to the leaves had dried. * Instead of leeks can be used horseradish leaves.

Mackerel gut, using scissors to remove the fins and gills. The fish is thoroughly cleaned inside and out, pat dry and rub a little salt.

currant berries Wash. Basil wash, chop the leaves. Stir in currants with juniper berries, basil and black pepper.

Stuff to get the fish mixture.

Leaves-leek put on a work surface so that they are slightly found each other. Sprinkle with white wine. Wrap mackerel in the leaves.

The fish is put in the form of microwave seam down. Put in oven and bake for 20-25 minutes. Transfer to a platter, cut the leaves. Fish pour the juice precipitated during baking.

Bon Appetit!

Mackerel stuffed with currants

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