During the last few weeks I have been calculating the amount of calories of what I eat because when you like to cook and eat it is very easy to go out of track sometimes! I have decided to share it with you so I do not promise to do it every time, but when possible I will indicate the calories per portion and I hope it will be oh help.
Today’s recipe comes from a huge slice of swordfish that my husband brought home from the fish market. Instead of slicing it as I would usually do, I cut it in large cubes and proceded as follows:
For two person (600 kcal per portion):
- 450 gr swordfish
- 2 tablespoons evo oil
- 20 gr butter
- 2 medium size leeks
- 2 anchovies
- 4 walnuts
- dry white wine ar
- salt ar
Dice the slice of swordfish into 4cm cubes and keep it aside.
In a frying pan put the butter together with the anchovies and let them melt on a medium heat. In the meantime thinly slice the leeks and add to the butter. Add a pinch of salt and let it cook stirring frequently.
When the leeks are soft and translucent it means they are done, you can turn the heat off and put them aside.
Add two tablespoons of oil in the same pan, when warm, add the swordfish. Lightly brown it on every side. Now add a squirt of white wine and cook for a few minutes.
Now you can assemble the dish. First of all put the leeks, now add the fish cubes in the middle and sprinkle the coarsely crushed walnuts on top.