In Israel red mullet is called bori fish. It is a white buttery fish if not over cooked. The trick to fish tasting buttery and not fishy is a fresh fish and not overcooked!
If you have a cast iron skillet or Dutch oven or saute pan that goes into the oven, skip the baking dish step and then it will be a one pan wonder!
Jerusalem artichokes should not be confused with regular artichokes. They look like fresh ginger and have a nutty potato flavor to them. If you have leftover fries be sure to eat them within a day or two. Peel the artichokes with a peeler and then carefully slice them, because they are delicate and can fall apart if not handled gently.
This soup is fragrant, unique and incredibly delicious. Serve it with a side of rustic bread or rice noodles. (Soak the rice noodles in the boiling liquid from the soup for maximum flavor!
This fish really tasted like butter. The trick is to buy really fresh fish, it’s so worth it! The jam can be made up to 5 days in advance, just bring to room temperature and place on top of fish and add fresh mint right before serving.