Rolls of fish in smoked ham

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  1. 2 min.Rolls of fish in smoked ham : Photo of step #1
    Use 4 fillets fish of a good white variety (preferably whiting, ling, etc.).

    Check your fillets for any remaining bones or pieces of skin .
  2. 1 min.Rolls of fish in smoked ham : Photo of step #2
    Spread a slice of ham out in front of you, lay a fish fillet across one end.
  3. 1 min.Rolls of fish in smoked ham : Photo of step #3
    Trim surplus fish to the width of the ham.
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    Roll ham to completely cover fish.
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    Stop as soon as fish is completely wrapped, then trim off surplus ham.
  6. 20 min.Rolls of fish in smoked ham : Photo of step #6
    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.
  7. 5 min.Rolls of fish in smoked ham : Photo of step #7
    Boil a large panful of salted water, add 1 chicken stock cube then 400 g green beans and cook until they are just done but still a bit crunchy.

    Remove from pan and cool quickly under cold water.

    Drain carefully and set aside.

    Heat serving plates
  8. 2 min.Rolls of fish in smoked ham : Photo of step #8
    In a large pan pour 3 tablespoons olive oil, and when hot add the rolls.
  9. 10 min.Rolls of fish in smoked ham : Photo of step #9
    Cook until they are well roasted on each face (turn over at halftime using tongs).
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    When all the rolls are cooked, remove and place on a hot plate covered with absorbant paper.

    Keep hot.
  11. 4 min.Rolls of fish in smoked ham : Photo of step #11
    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.
  12. 5 min.Rolls of fish in smoked ham : Photo of step #12
    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.

Source:

Home made

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