Porgy, also known as scup, is a lean fish with a coarse texture and delicate flavor, consisting of a large family of fish found in temperate and tropical waters all over the world.
*Tapenade is an olive-based spread common in Mediterranean cuisine. The most traditional recipe involves only a few ingredients, including black olives, caper berries, olive oil, and anchovies that are mashed together into a thick paste. That paste can then be spread on toast, used to flavor meats, or eaten as a dip. The dish originated in the South of France, but is popular all over the world today, and comes in many different variations.
This Spanish dish also works well with other whole fish, such as snapper or trout.
This recipe for Spanish Baked Scup serves/makes: 4 servings
The Spanish Baked Scup recipe and the pictures are adopted from The Our Favorite Fish & Seafood Recipes Cookbook.Main Ingredient: Porgy (more Porgy recipes)