Signature Dishes of the Principality of Monaco is a distinctive publication highlighting the exceptional culinary scene of the Principality of Monaco. Authors Bradley Mitton and Zsolt Szemerszky are showcasing the most excellent restaurants in Monaco as well as the heritage of the Principality of Monaco.
Signature Dishes of Monaco
John Dory with Mediterranean Flavours
Recipe (serves four)
4x150g john dory fillets
25g black olive purée
16g half-dried tomato
80g tomato purée
1⁄4 bunch chives
1⁄4 bunch rosemary
16 young spinach leaves
2 tablespoons olive oil
4g Espelette pepper (southern French pepper)
salt and pepper
- Cut the eggplant and the leek into cubes. Cook with butter. Once preserved, strain and add tomato purée. Cook again to boil.
- Cut the tomato in dice as well as lemon. Gently mix with olive oil.
- Wash young spinach leaves.
- Cut up the chives.
- Braise the john dory fillets seasoned with salt and pepper.
- Decorate the plate with preserved tomato, rosemary, espelette powder and black olive purée.
- Put the vegetables in the middle of the plate and the fish on the top. Add 4 spinach leaves on the edges of each john dory fillet.
- Cover the fillets with the tomato lemon mixture and top with chives.
Wine Pairing for the recipe of John Dory with Mediterranean Flavours
„I suggest a white Burgundy style, for example a Vougeot „Clos du Prieuré“ Domaine de la Vougeraie of the vintage 2013.
This wine is old world in origin but new world style in style. Which means, you get a really intense and full-bodied wine that has a rich oak character and fine balanced acids that marry with the Provençal ingredients of eggplant, leek and tomatoes and the wine is still refreshing enough to pair with the delicate flavours of the fish.
The structure of this full-bodied chardonnay also combines well with the „vierge“ dressing (olive oil, tomatoes and fresh lemon juice) that adds refreshment and vitality to the dish and the palate.” – Frédéric Woelffle
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Signature Dishes of the Principality of Monaco
Signature Dishes of the Principality of Monaco is a distinctive publication highlighting the exceptional culinary scene of the Principality of Monaco.
Monaco’s first gourmand book was launch December 2016 as the number one release in wine pairing at Amazon.com allows gastronomy lovers to discover the excellence of the Principality of Monaco thanks to recipes and interviews with Executive Chefs who hold together over 50 Michelin stars.
Signature Dishes of the Principality of Monaco is a distinctive publication highlighting the exceptional culinary scene of the Principality, whilst focusing on gastronomical specialities and offering an overview of the heritage of Monaco.
Thanks to the invaluable help from the Monaco Government Tourist Office in New York and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, authors Bradley Mitton and Zsolt Szemerszky are showcasing the most excellent restaurants in Monaco. This culinary guide offers its readers a unique experience as they offer a rare insight into the characters and personalities behind these wonderful gastronomical locations.
This is an exceptional joint effort thanks to the supportive chefs include Alain Ducasse, Benoît Witz, Christophe Cussac, Christophe Dupuy, Dominique Lory, Jean-Claude Brugel, Joël Robuchon, Marcel Ravin, Paolo Sari, Philippe Joannès and Takéo Yamasaki as well as accommodating sommeliers including Damien Borghi, Noël Bajor, Frédéric Woelffle and Massimo Sacco.
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