Cobia Recipes Food Network

Cobia Recipes Food Network with Toasted Pine Nut Relish

Cobia is a famous food ingredient in Florida, especially for the Cured Cobia Recipes Food Network with Toasted Pine Nut Relish. The fish is also called as black salmon, black kingfish, lemonfish, ling, prodigal son, crab eater, and black bonito. What makes it famous for being food ingredients is because its excellent flavor and its firm texture. Usually, a food that contains cobia in it is priced relatively high due to its signature taste. To use cobia as a food ingredient, it is better to buy it in the form of fillet or grilled.

The famousness of cobia as a food ingredient makes some of the world’s famous chefs feature the fish in their cooking show program. From the internal Food Network itself, Chef Mario Batali and Chef Jamie Oliver once compete against each other in order to make the tastiest cobia-based food possible. A restaurant belongs to Thomas Keller also features the fish as one of its menu. Now, need not to compete against the chefs to make a delicious cobia-based food as this article here provides how to make it in such a yummy way. Let’s take a look at the Cobia Recipes Food Network below.

Cobia Recipes Food Network

Ingredients for Cobia Food Network:

  • 2 cups of salt
  • 1 large skin-removed fresh cobia fillet
  • Juice and zest from 3 lemons (more for drizzling)
  • 1 cup of sugar
  • Juice and zest from 3 oranges
  • Juice and zest from 3 limes

 

Ingredients for Toasted Pine Nut Relish:

  • ½ cup of golden raisins
  • ½ cup of pine nuts
  • Dried bottarga or grated silver mullet roe (if needed for garnish)
  • Olive oil extra virgin (more for drizzling)
  • Fresh ground pepper (if needed)
  • Salt (if needed)

 

Cooking Instructions:

  1. Mix sugar, salt, juice, and zests of limes, lemons, and oranges together.
  2. Submerge the cobia completely in the cure.
  3. Chill for approximately 45 minutes in the refrigerator.
  4. Toast the nuts dry for approximately 4-6 minutes over medium heat in a medium sauté pan.
  5. Make sure not to burn it in order to release the flavor.
  6. Mix raisins, the toasted pine nuts, olive oil, and capers together to coat.
  7. Once finished, discard and cut the blood-line (if possible) after removing the cobia from the cure.
  8. Arrange the cobia layer by layer after cutting it to thin slices on a serving plate.
  9. Use lemon juice and olive oil to drizzle it.
  10. Put the relish on top of it.
  11. Sprinkle it with some pepper and salt or garnish it with bottarga.
  12. The food is ready to be eaten.

 

It only takes 55 minutes to make Cobia Recipes Food Network. You can also serve 2 people in a single take. It is quite easy, right? In fact, compared to other two cobia-based recipes from Food Network, this one is the easiest of all. For those who are looking for a recipe that will allow them to put the fish together with some sweet taste, then this is the perfect one.

The signature taste from the fish mixed with the sweet taste from the limes, lemons, and orange will create a unique sensation in your mouth. After all, the Cured Cobia Recipes Food Network with Toasted Pine Nut Relish will make your mouth water due to its enchanting looks and aroma.

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