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    Posted: 15 April 2018 at 10:06

Cazón, a Cádiz, Andalusian " tope shark " in an Adobe Marinade is one of the most popular tapas along the  Cádiz, southern  Atlantic Coast of the Iberian Peninsula ..  

Substitutions include:  Cod fish, Grouper, Hake and Amberjack ( also called Rudder Fish) ..

This is an exceptionally extraordinary tapa or first course or main course and relatively simple to prepare ..

AUTHENTIC MARINATED TOPE SHARK IN ADOBE ..  ( Ron has foto to post )  

500 grams of Tope Shark or Grouper,  Cod or Hake or Amberjack ( Thick cubes or slabs as seen in Photo of my dish ) ..

4 Cloves of minced garlic

Fresh parlsey minced - a handful

1 glass of Sherry Fino or White  Wine Vinegar ( a shot glass ) 

Smoked Pimentón ( smoked Spanish Paprika ) ( two steps, one for the marinade and one for sautéeing the fish )  Approx. an 1/8 of a to 1 / 4 teaspoon for each step ( or it can become bitter )  ..  

Water ( just to cover fish in glass bowl ) 

Cumin - a pinch ( ground )

Sea salt  -  a pinch 

2 bay leaves

100 %  Natural Chickpea Flour  for frying

A few threads of Saffron 

Spanish Evoo ( 4 tablespoons per person )

1 large lemon ( juiced )

Sherry Fino ( 2 shot glasses )

1)  Have the fish monger remove all skin, and bones and slice into cubes( thick ) 

2) Now in  large glass bowl,  place the following for the Adobe Marinade:

The pimentón
the parsley
a pinch of orégano dry or herb 
the juice of 1 large lemon
the vinegar
the Sherry 
Salt ( a pinch )
a glass of wáter to just cover the fish
Bay leafs
minced garlic
saffron threads soaked in wáter ( a teaspoon ) for 10 minutes and place in the mix ..  
The Cumin 

Marinate over night ..  

3)  Now, wipe the fish on absordent paper towels ..

4) Place the Evoo in a skillet or Palleria or earthenware ..

5)  Sauté the pimentón when the Evoo is just hot ..

6)  Dust or dredge the fish chunks into a bowl filled with the chickpea flour ( do not use White industrial flour as the texture shall not be the same and chick pea flour, is not porous, so your fish shall remain free of the oil and the exterior shall be crisp and Golden amazing ) ..

7)  Fry the dredged chunks into the Evoo and turn using tongs .. 

8)  Place Golden on both sides fish chunks on a large platter on paper towelling


Serve with Home made Ali Oli & a tri color salad and a glass of Sherry Fino ..

Have a wonderful day .. 

 
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Sounds like a plan, Margi. Definitely on my to-try list.
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Margi - received your photos - I will get them added as soon as I can!
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Ron, 

You are an angel .. 

I shall get the récipes for the other Tapas up this week & weekend ..  

Thanks alot .. 

Have a lovely afternoon ..  ( 23.45 here already ..  )  

Good night !!  

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Historic  Foodie, 

Hello ..  This is absolutely amazingly extraordinary ..  The  Adobe truly provides a sublime refined exquisite taste profile to the fish .. 

I know you shall enjoy this Tapa ..  

Have a lovely afternoon and Thanks for visiting and the compliment ..  


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Ron,

Please post the photo !!!

Thank you once again ..  

Have a lovely day ..   
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