Monday, November 10, 2008

Beyond the Bospherous: Serdar's Shrimp Surprise: Ivo Furman

While writing out an analysis on the British Gambling Prevalence Survey, I starting thinking about the dinner I made last night. I've decided to share with you the recipie that caused that dastardly act of procastrination. It's aptly called "Serdar's Shrimp Suprise"

He prefers lamb's intestines.

1 Large Sea Bass, scaled and gutted
200-250 gr of Shrimp
3-4 large cloves of Garlic
1/2 red chili
handful of fresh parsley
few slices of bread, preferably a bagette
olive oil

Heat the oven to about 150 celsius on turbo heating (the program with a fan on it) [approx. 300 degrees F - convection setting]. Put the cleaned & scaled sea bass on a baking tray covered with aluminium foil. Drizzle oil into the insides of the Sea Bass. Dice the garlic and chili finely. Using half the chilli and garlic, stuff the inside of the sea bass. Take a handful of cleaned shrimp and use it to also stuff the sea bass. Once the inside of the sea bass is almost full put some parsley into the fish. Drizzle some olive oil and butter around the sea bass. Distribute the remaining garlic & chilli around the fish. Distribute remaining shrimp and parsley around the fish. Put the dish in the oven for about 10 mins. Then throw in the bread slices and keep in the oven for another 5 mins. Then take out of oven and enjoy.

Ivo Furman

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