Roach in tomato & onion sauce baked with potatoes

Roach in tomato sauce

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from Poland called Pepper Punch.

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Today’s dinner idea – fish in incredibly tasty tomato & onion sauce, with roasted potatoes and fresh salad. Yum!

In this dish I used roach, however it has a lot of thin bones. If you don’t like to spend too much time on it while eating, you can easily replace it with a different kind of fish, less bony 
If you don’t eat meat at all, just skip it and try baked potatoes in sauce and salad – finger licking good! 

Roach in tomato sauce

• tin of peeled tomatoes
• 2 small onions (sliced thin)
• 2 garlic cloves (minced)
• ½ teaspoon of honey
• ½ teaspoon of horseradish
• 1 tablespoon of red pesto (I used red pepper pesto)
• 1 tablespoon of olive oil
• 1 tablespoon of soy sauce
• Spices: sea salt, ground black pepper, herbal pepper, dried dill, dried parsley, cayenne pepper
• 2-4 x roach
• cooked potatoes (al dente)

Roach in tomato sauce

While you are cooking potatoes, take your time to prepare a sauce: mix tomatoes, onion and garlic with honey, horseradish, pesto, olive oil, soy sauce and spices for taste. When potatoes are ready (al dente) put them into an oven dish. Clean fish fillets, add them in to an oven dish and pour over with a sauce. Bake in oven at 200° for 30 minutes.

Roach in tomato sauce

Serve with chopped dill and fresh vegetables. I made salad with lollo bionda lettuce, cucumber, radish and purple grapes (it enriches salad taste by its fantastic sweetness)!

Bon appétit! Smacznego!






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