Plaice Fillet with Honey and Aromatic Herbs



The plaice fillets with honey and aromatic herbs are a quick and easy second course that is both simple and refined.

The honey, which will caramelize the fish, combined with the aromatic bouquet of spices, will create a dish with a delicate, fragrant, and flavorful taste at the same time.

Plaice filets 4
Garlic 1 clove
Honey 2 spoonfuls
Fine salt to taste
Black pepper to taste
Rosemary 1 sprig
Sage 3 leaves
Myrtle 1 leaf
Parsley 2 spoonfuls - to chop
Butter 1.4 tbsp (20 g)
Extra virgin olive oil 3 spoonfuls
Vegetable broth to taste

How to prepare Plaice Fillet with Honey and Aromatic Herbs

To prepare the plaice fillets with honey and aromatic herbs, start by halving the garlic and finely chopping sage, myrtle, and rosemary 1.  Put the butter and oil in a non-stick pan, then when they are hot, add the halved garlic and the aromatic herbs 2 and let them flavor the oil for a minute. Then remove the garlic and add the plaice fillets to the pan, browning them on both sides 3.

Then add the two tablespoons of honey 6 and let caramelize for a minute and add the aromatic herbs 5. If the plaice looks dry, add a ladle of vegetable broth.
Turn off the heat, adjust the salt, sprinkle with freshly ground pepper, distribute the chopped parsley over the fillets, and serve immediately 6.


You can also make this recipe with other fish fillets, such as perch or similar.

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