Kühlbarra: Locally farmed fish that’s drawing in the world
Pan Fry Barramundi and Kale Salad tossed with Mango Sauce By Daryl McAlea
Serves
1
Preparation Time
30 Mins
Level
Easy
Serves: 1 Preparation Time: 30 Mins Level: Easy

Ingredients

Mango Coconut Sauce

2
Garlic Cloves, crushed
5g
Fresh Ginger, grated
15g
Turmeric, fresh, finely grated
2
Small Chilli Padi, thinly sliced
150ml 
Kühlbarra Collagen Fish Stock
200ml
Coconut Cream
500g
Mango, peeled and pureed
10g
Lemongrass, fresh 
2 tbsp
Fish Sauce
4 tsp
Peanut Oil



Kale Verde Sauce

1/2 pkt
Kale
120ml
Water
90ml
Freshly squeezed Lemon Juice
50g
Coriander, leaf and stem
50g
Parsley, leaf and some stem
5g
Sea Salt, and extra to taste



Barramundi Marinated with Fish Sauce

180-200g
Barramundi Portion whole piece or cut into 3 if serving as appetiser
 
Sea Salt and Pepper
 
Lemon Juice
 
Ghee

Method

 
Mango Coconut Sauce
1.
Heat the peanut oil. Once hot, stir-fry garlic, ginger, turmeric and chilli until fragrant, then add the fish stock, coconut cream and lemongrass and bring it to a boil. 
2. 
Blend the mango and pour into the coconut mixture and turn off the heat. Remove the lemongrass from the sauce and discard. 5 minutes to reduce and thicken slightly. 
3. 
Remove the sauce from the heat and stir in the fish sauce.  
 
 
Kale Verde Sauce
1.
Blanch kale leaves for 1 minutes in salted boiling water and refresh in an ice bath. Drain well. Reserve a few leaves to garnish the dish. 
2.
Blanch the parsley and coriander for 20 seconds in salted boiling water and refresh in an ice bath. Drain well. 
3.
Place all ingredients into a deep container and blend with a stick blender, slowly adding the water until completely smooth but with a thick viscosity. 
 
 
Barramundi Fillets
1.
Place a large frying pan over medium head and add ghee. Sprinkle a pinch of salt over the skin side, along with a grind of black pepper. 
2.
Add the fish to the pan, skin side down. Fry for 4-5 minutes until crips and golden brown and the skin releases from the bottom of the pan. 
3.
Sprinkle a pinch of salt on the flesh side of the fish, along with more black pepper, then flip the fish over and cook for 2 more minutes.
4. 
Remove from the heat and drizzle with lemon juice
 
To Serve
1.
Pour Mango Coconut Sauce on plate, drizzle Kale Verde Sauce over and place Barramundi in the center of the plate. Garnish with more blanched kale and some crispy shallots.