- Start the sauce first. Add you wine, shallots, bay leaf and thyme into a pot and set it to a medium heat. (It should reduce by half)
- Put your chosen veg into a bowl, drizzle with olive oil and season with salt and pepper and either place on a hot griddle pan, or into a wok/frying pan. Leave to char and cook for about 3/4 minutes.
- While your veg are cooking, lightly season the fish with salt on both sides, turn the pan on to high and when it's smoking, add in about 2 tablespoons of oil and place in the fish, (away from you to avoid spatters). Once its in, leave for about 30 seconds on high heat then turn it down to medium /low to avoid it burning.
- Once the reduction for the sauce has reduced by half, add in 50mls of water, leave to simmer for 30 seconds then turn the heat to low. Start to swirl/whisk in 60g of cubed, cold Kerrygold butter. Finish the sauce with the chopped capers and whatever soft herbs you have -(e.g parsley and chives, but iyou don't have fresh herbs you can use dried parsley/dill/chives etc )
- When the fish has turned white on the edges and still a bit opaque down the middle, put 20g butter into the pan around it, let it melt, when it starts to foam, tilt the pan towards you slightly, start to spoon the foaming butter over the fish - this is called 'basting' . Turn off the heat and leave to one side. (It will stay cooking from the residual heat).
- Take the charred veg out of the pan and put back into a bowl, dress with a little lemon juice.
- Plate it up, enjoy.
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