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Traditionally made with red snapper (huachinango), which is now endangered, this dish is delicious with plentiful rock cod--aka Pacific snapper--instead. Serve with rice (start it before the fish).Wine Pairing: A lively Italian variety like Enotria 2012 Dolcetto (Mendocino County; $19). The wine's bright acidity and juicy red berry and plum fruit sync up with the tomatoes here, while the olives and capers pull out a touch of herbal brininess in the wine.

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total:
20 mins
Yield:
Serves 4
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Ingredients

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Directions

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  • Heat 3 tbsp. oil in a large frying pan over medium heat. Add onion, 1 tbsp. oregano, and bay leaves and cook, stirring occasionally, until onion is softened, about 5 minutes. Meanwhile, mince garlic, roughly chop half of olives, and thinly slice chile; set chile aside.

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  • To pan, add garlic, olives, capers, juices from tomato can, sugar, cinnamon, and wine. Simmer sauce, uncovered and stirring occasionally, until reduced slightly, 3 minutes. Stir in tomatoes, remaining 1 tbsp. oregano, and chile.

  • Slip fish into sauce and spoon some sauce on top. Reduce heat to medium-low, cover pan, and cook just until fish is opaque throughout, 8 to 10 minutes. Drizzle lime juice over fish and sauce.

  • Serve fish over rice. Spoon on sauce, drizzle with remaining oil, sprinkle with parsley, and add a lime slice.

Nutrition Facts

390 calories; calories from fat 40%; protein 36g; fat 18g; saturated fat 2.3g; carbohydrates 13g; fiber 1.4g; sodium 838mg; cholesterol 63mg.
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