Smoked Bluefish Rillettes Recipe
Tony Maws' addictive bluefish rillettes made easy
Tony Maws, owner and chef at Craigie on Main, is one of Boston's most celebrated chefs. His superior knowledge of fishing and French cuisine (Maws worked in France) are showcased in this seriously mouthwatering rillette recipe. A rillette is usually a pork spread, but the smoky bluefish makes a less fatty and equally delicious stand-in. Try to save some of these smoked bluefish rillettes for your guests.
*(Tony smokes the fresh fish on the BBQ grill, but in a pinch it can be bought pre-smoked)
- Heat the olive oil in a sauté pan over medium heat. Add all the vegetables, spices and bouquet garni.
- Season with fine sea salt and cover, sweating out the vegetables until tender, approximately 5-8 minutes
- Remove bouquet garni and transfer the remaining ingredients to a blender.Blend on high speed until smooth.
- Let cool and mix in the sour cream. Add as desired to the picked smoked bluefish. Finish with some lemon juice.
- Serve with baguette or crackers.
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