Rolls of fish in smoked ham
For 12 rolls, you will need:
% are calculated relative to a Recommended Dietary Intake or RDI of 2000 k-calories by day for a woman (change to a man).
Cooking : 19 min.
Start to finish : 54 min.
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Per rolls : 0.81 €
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Step by step recipe:
Use 4 fishs fillet of a good white variety (preferably whiting, ling, etc.).
Check your fillets for any remaining bones or pieces of skin .
Spread a slice of ham out in front of you, lay a fish fillet across one end.
Trim surplus fish to the width of the ham.
Roll ham to completely cover fish.
Stop as soon as fish is completely wrapped, then trim off surplus ham.
Put finished roll on a plate, and continue with all the other fillets and ham.
If there's a little ham or fish left over, cut into medium-sized pieces and cook to serve with the beans.
In a large pan pour 3 tablespoons olive oil, and when hot add the rolls.
Cook until they are well roasted on each face (turn over at halftime using tongs).
When all the rolls are cooked, remove and place on a hot plate covered with absorbant paper.
Without cleaning out the pan, melt 1 knob butter and add French beans (first adding any remaining pieces of fish or ham).
Cook for 3 to 4 minutes maximum.
Serve 2 or 3 rolls per person with some French beans in a hot plate.
Remarks:If you do not have, or do not like French beans you can replace them with peas (fresh or frozen), broad beans, or other vegetables of your choice.
Last modified on: February 21th 2011