Our Pantry - Recipes Using Fish Fumet (Stock)
Spicy, fragrant, and silky smooth, green curry sauce is the perfect foil for tender braised fish. Serve it over steamed jasmine rice for a superb dish with the exotic flavors of Thailand.
This scrod is elegant and impressive, but simple to make. Orange-scented fish stock with a splash of dry vermouth is spooned over the meaty fillets to braise them. At the same time, the bed of sliced fennel and onions becomes tender enough to purée. The liquid is reduced, orange segments are added, and it’s ready to enjoy. Any mild, thick, firm fish fillet can be substituted.
This smooth, spicy sauce is the traditional French version of curry, based on Classic Velouté, rich coconut milk, and fragrant curry powder. Ladle this versatile sauce over poultry, meat, fish, eggs, or vegetables for a delightful—and different—flavor addition.
Tender sautéed fish napped in a light creamy sauce flavored with tarragon and shallots, this dish is elegant enough for company and simple enough for a weeknight family dinner. The recipe comes from a great cook and MTG sauce team member.
Our fragrant, saffron-scented soup is nice and garlicky. It will transport you to southern France with your first spoonful. We take a shortcut for the aïoli garnish, using a ready-made mayonnaise. Stir it into the soup before serving.
This versatile sauce is perfect served with any poached or braised firm-fleshed fish.
There’s nothing old style about this quiche. A flaky cornmeal crust holds a bounty of American harvest: salmon, leeks, bell pepper, and corn. If you have small pieces of left-over salmon, what a way to dress it up! So satisfying and flavorful, simply add a mixed green salad and crusty bread for a great lunch or dinner.
The gorgeous pinkish-red color of this sauce earned it the name aurore, French for sunrise. The color comes from the concentrated tomato purée added to a classic velouté, along with some butter, to make a smooth sauce with surprisingly deep flavors. It's terrfic with eggs, fish, chicken, and vegetables.
This classic French sauce for fish is named after Bercy, a district of Paris known for its wine markets. The sauce is based on a classic velouté sauce made with our Fumet de Poisson Gold, and enriched with dry white wine, shallots, parsley, and butter. It's delicious with any sautéed, baked, broiled, or poached fish, from salmon to sole.
Often called “White Bordelaise,” this traditional French sauce is enriched with white wine instead of red wine like Bordelaise sauce, and is based on velouté sauce instead of demi-glace. The result is a silky, rich sauce, accented with tarragon, that beautifully complements roast chicken, turkey, veal, or hearty fish dishes.
Flavored with fresh herbs and white wine and finished with butter, this classic sauce enriches chicken, fish, vegetable, and egg dishes.
The name for this classic French sauce is from the French word ravigoter--to invigorate. It's a versatile shallot and herb sauce--invigorated with white wine and the piquant flavor of white wine vinegar. Serve it over fish, shellfish, poultry, veal, or pork.
Heady aromas emanate from this satisfying, rustic, one-dish pasta meal inspired by southern Italy. White fish filets brushed with sun-dried tomato pesto simmer over aromatics in a wine-scented fish stock. Finally they almost melt into a sauce, and spaghetti, olives, capers, and fresh basil are stirred in. Add grated Parmesan if you like. (We do.)