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Preparation Time:
20 minutes
Cooking Time:
Recommended Wine:
Bellet blanc
  • 2 soles
  • 2 red mullet fillets
  • 4 oysters
  • 2 gambas (prawns)
  • 2 crayfish
  • octopus
  • 4 clams
  • 4 mussels
  • For the garnishing:
  • chives
  • 2 tomatoes
  • string beans
  • lemon
  • pure cold-pressed olive oil
Preparation Instructions:


Cook all the ingredients (except those for the garnishing) and place them in the oven for 5 minutes.


For the fish: Season with coarse salt and pepper. Cook in a pan for about 3 minutes.


While the fish cooks, place the string beans in the middle of the serving dish.


Cut the tomatoes into small pieces and lay them in a circle around the dish. Place the fish on the serving dish. Remove the shells from the oven.


Mix the olive oil, lemon, pepper, and fresh chive and spread over the fish. In Italian, this is called “marecatta.”

Restaurant Name:
Balzi Rossi
Restaurant Id:
Chef Name:
Giusepina Beglia
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Antipasto di mare

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