> Recipes > Salmon fillet

Fillet of salmon, aubergine, kumquat, Greek yoghurt

Fillet of Alaska salmon, aubergine, kumquat, Greek yoghurt

Fillet of salmon, aubergine, kumquat, Greek yoghurt

  • Main
  • medium
  • 4
  • 1 hour 15 minutes

PT1H15M

Recipe featured on

Alaska Seafood iOS app

Why not try?

1
Begin by preparing the kumquat gel. Lower the kumquats into boiling water for 30 seconds, drain and repeat twice more - this will help to remove the bitterness and any pesticides that may have come into contact with the fruits
  • 12 kumquats, halved, seeds removed
2
Make a sugar syrup with the sugar and water, add the kumquats and steadily simmer for 18-20 minutes, or until soft but still holding their shape. Blitz the kumquats with a little of the cooking syrup until smooth
  • 140g of sugar
  • 60g of water
3
Weigh the mixture and add 5% of the weight in ultratex. Blend again and store in a squeezy bottle until required
  • ultratex
4
Preheat the steam oven to 100% steam
5
Prick 4 of the baby aubergines with a needle or the sharp point of a knife to stop them shrivelling up and bursting. Place in a vac pac bag with a small dash of olive oil and the rosemary
  • 4 baby aubergines
  • olive oil
  • 1 sprig of rosemary
6
Place into a steam oven or steamer for 12-15 minutes. Remove from the bag and once ready to serve, cut in half and season with a sprinkle of sea salt
7
Preheat a deep fryer or deep pan of oil to 170˚C
8
Use a mandoline to cut 2 of the aubergines into thin slices. Dust lightly with flour, ensuring to shake off any excess and lower into the deep fryer. Cook until lightly golden, then drain on kitchen paper and season
  • 2 baby aubergines
  • sunflower oil, for deep frying
  • plain flour
  • sea salt
9
Preheat a water bath to 54˚C
10
To prepare the salmon, first, ensure it has been pin-boned and scaled. Vacuum seal the fillets in a suitable vacuum pouch and cook in the water bath for 9 minutes. Alternatively, you can poach the salmon in a court bouillon or light vegetable stock for 7-8 minutes
  • 4 salmon fillets, each weighing 150g
11
Remove the salmon from the bags or poaching liquor and pat dry. Place a non-stick frying pan over a high heat and add a small dash of vegetable oil. Once the oil is hot, cook the salmon skin-side down for 30-60 seconds to lightly crisp up the skin. Remove and keep warm
  • vegetable oil
12
Combine the reduced kumquat juice with the yoghurt, lime zest and juice and swipe across each plate. Slice each fillet of salmon into strips - it should still be pink in the middle - and add to the plates
  • 100ml of Greek yoghurt
  • 100ml of kumquat juice, reduced to 50ml
  • 1 lime, zested, half of the juice squeezed
13
Finish with the kumquat gel, aubergine crisps, baked aubergine and seasonal micro cress (micro coriander, chives or blanched Brussels sprout leaves). Serve immediately
  • micro cress

Want more recipes like this delivered to your inbox?

Sign up to our newsletter now and we'll send you a hand-picked round-up of the best seasonal recipes and features from the best chefs each week.

Thanks for subscribing

We'll only contact you around once per week with the best recipes and features. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Ingredients

Metric

Imperial

Salmon

Kumquat gel

  • 12 kumquats, halved, seeds removed
  • 140g of sugar
  • 60g of water
  • ultratex

Aubergine

Greek yoghurt

To serve

Comments ()

Fillet of salmon, aubergine, kumquat, Greek yoghurt

 
Order by
...   ...

(Editing)

>

This comment was edited

Please enter text

Comments must be less than characters

This comment has been deleted

Report this comment

Please state your report in the space below

Please enter text

Reports must be less than 750 characters

loading

>

Please enter text

Comments must be less than characters

(Editing)

>

This comment was edited

Please enter text

Comments must be less than characters

This comment has been deleted

Report this comment

Please state your report in the space below

Please enter text

Reports must be less than 750 characters

loading

>

Please enter text

Comments must be less than characters

Be the first to leave a comment on this page...
...   ...