Dear Friends, Capone (commonly known as Lampuga) is a blue fish found in the waters of Sicily. It’s a lean fish (contains 1% fat) rich in protein, vitamins A, B, B2, PP, B5, B6, B12, C, D, E, K and minerals such as phosphorus, zinc, magnesium and potassium. Today with Andrea, we decided to cook it like this:
- Capone made into fillets
- Lemon juice
- 1 tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil
- Thyme and marjoram aromatic herbs
- Salt to taste
Wash the fillets of Capone and put them to marinate in lemon juice and olive oil for 10 minutes. Prepare a mix of breadcrumbs, thyme and marjoram herbs. I suggest not overdoing the breadcrumbs or you will mask the taste of the herbs. After 10 minutes, heat the pan, roll the fillets in the breadcrumb mixture and put them to cook over low heat, starting from the skinless side. Once cooked, add salt and bring to the table. My daughter liked it a lot. Bon appétit!