Poached Santa Barbara Seabass In Chile Broth

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Poached Santa Barbara Seabass in Chile Broth with Lime and Mint Courgette Salad by Chef Jeff Platt, Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club

Serves 2

Chile Broth

1 Yellow onion – sliced

4 Garlic cloves – sliced

3 Dried Pasilla chiles – no seeds

28 oz Low sodium chicken broth

2 sprigs Fresh thyme

5 branches Cilantro

Filet of Local Seabass

2 7 oz portions

Method

Add oil to a medium hot 4 qt pot. Tan the garlic slices, then turn the heat to medium-low and add the onions and dried chile. Sweat the onions and chile for about 3 minutes, then add the chicken broth, thyme, and cilantro. Bring to a simmer, cover, and cook for 20 minutes. Strain out all the ingredients so you have a clear broth. Season fish with kosher salt then set directly into hot broth and poach for 8 minutes or until just cooked through.

Zucchini Salad

1 Green zucchini

1 Yellow straight neck squash

1 Lime

2 T Virgin olive oil

1 T Mint – chopped

Kosher salt and black pepper

Method

With a vegetable peeler, shave long pasta-like strips from the zucchini and squash into a mixing bowl. Juice the lime over the top, add the other ingredients and stir together.

Garnish

Mix fried vermicelli noodles with cilantro leaves, red jalapeno slices, and mixed nasturtium flowers and or chive flowers (for color) together and set over top of fish.

To Plate

Pour broth into a bowl, followed by the zucchini salad, then the fish on top and garnish.

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  1. Poached Santa Barbara Seabass in Chile Broth with Lime and Mint Courgette Salad by Chef Jeff Platt, Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club
  2. Serves 2
  3. Chile Broth
  4. 1 Yellow onion – sliced
  5. 4 Garlic cloves – sliced
  6. 3 Dried Pasilla chiles – no seeds
  7. 28 oz Low sodium chicken broth
  8. 2 sprigs Fresh thyme
  9. 5 branches Cilantro
  10. Filet of Local Seabass
  11. 2 7 oz portions
  12. Method
  13. Add oil to a medium hot 4 qt pot. Tan the garlic slices, then turn the heat to medium-low and add the onions and dried chile. Sweat the onions and chile for about 3 minutes, then add the chicken broth, thyme, and cilantro. Bring to a simmer, cover, and cook for 20 minutes. Strain out all the ingredients so you have a clear broth. Season fish with kosher salt then set directly into hot broth and poach for 8 minutes or until just cooked through.
  14. Zucchini Salad
  15. 1 Green zucchini
  16. 1 Yellow straight neck squash
  17. 1 Lime
  18. 2 T Virgin olive oil
  19. 1 T Mint – chopped
  20. Kosher salt and black pepper
  21. Method
  22. With a vegetable peeler, shave long pasta-like strips from the zucchini and squash into a mixing bowl. Juice the lime over the top, add the other ingredients and stir together.
  23. Garnish
  24. Mix fried vermicelli noodles with cilantro leaves, red jalapeno slices, and mixed nasturtium flowers and or chive flowers (for color) together and set over top of fish.
  25. To Plate
  26. Pour broth into a bowl, followed by the zucchini salad, then the fish on top and garnish.

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