HANSA-FLEX Cook book
Moqueca de Peixe Baiana
Although Brazilians like to eat a lot of meat, fish is one of the country's most popular dishes. Samba, sun, sand and sea: a spirited spicy fish stew!
Moqueca is a traditional dish in Brazil that mixes African with local cuisine. The most famous version is the "Moqueca Baiana". This is a fish stew made with fish fillets, coconut milk, dende oil and tomatoes. So if you love a spicy cuisine and fish, this is the dish for you.
In this sense, I wish them a lot of fun while cooking and of course a good appetite!
Rinse fish fillets and pat dry. Rub with salt, garlic and lime juice and marinate for 30 minutes.
Heat olive oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Add grated onion and sauté briefly. Add fish with marinade to pan and saute for a few minutes.
Add palm oil, onion rings, coconut milk and water and simmer for 15 minutes.
Add bell bell pepper, tomatoes, cilantro and green onions to pan, stir and simmer covered for 5 minutes.
Serve hot with rice. You can also cook with shrimp.
To serve with: Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling e Chenin Blanc
Ingredients for 4 People
|4 filets||Sea bass or Grouper|
|3 pcs.||Garlic cloves, crushed|
|4 tbsp||Lime juice|
|3 tbsp||Olive oil, cold pressed|
|3 tbsp||grated onion|
|3 tbsp||Palm oil (Azeite de Dende)|
|1 pcs.||large onion, cut into rings|
|200 ml||Coconut milk|
|1 pcs.||green bell bell pepper, cut into rings|
|1 pcs.||red bell bell pepper, cut into rings|
|2 pcs.||Tomatoes, remove seeds, cut into slices|
|1 bunch||fresh Cilantro, chopped|
|1/2 bunch||Scallions, chopped|