If you haven’t eaten sturgeon yet, you are missing out on a great deal. Besides being incredibly delicious with a satisfying meat-like texture, sturgeon is actually rich in protein and can stimulate the activity of the immune system.
The good news is that sturgeon doesn’t have that fishy smell. They are special occasion fish, and are usually farmed in a few places in North America. If you are fortunate enough to get your hands on one, here are 10 sturgeon recipes you definitely need to try.
Looking for ideas for a fancy date meal? Look no further. This grilled sturgeon is first coated with a spicy coriander seasoning mix and done in two ways; first grilled and then oven-baked. Served with lime butter sauce, this main course recipe might be the one that wows your loved ones.
This recipe brings complexity and bright flavors to the table. Smoked sturgeon is first marinated with a turmeric and champagne vinegar mix, paired with arugula, shallots, potatoes, leaks, and lettuce. A squeeze of lemon juice and zest make it deliciously tangy. Serve it with crispy bread alongside your favorite dish, some caviar, and you have a delicious, hearty meal.
This recipe is the perfect combination of sweet and sour, something your tastebuds will relish for a long time. All you need to make sturgeon fillets are soaked wild mushrooms, sauerkraut, leak, sturgeon fillets, mustard, resin, honey, and wine vinegar. It is the perfect royal fish recipe for vegetarians and lactose-intolerant folks.
What’s the best way to eat sturgeon? This pan-seared sturgeon with chanterelles and baby Yukon is definitely the answer. This recipe calls for some seasonings, mushrooms, garlic, sturgeon fillets, baby Yukon and potatoes, and onions, and you’ll be plating hot and delicious sturgeon with green garlic soup sauce poured over it in no time. This dish will easily be the star of any dinner party.
This delicious recipe combines two of your favorite things in one dish; sturgeon and pancetta. The recipe is relatively simple to follow and easy to implement. You need to skin the sturgeon, bard it with delicious pancetta slices, and then brown it in the oven. You’ll have your fish and pork with potatoes and onions on the side in merely one hour.
This delightful recipe calls for seasoning the sturgeon and then wearing it on a black stone, only 4 minutes per side since the sturgeon cooks quickly. You need essential ingredients like chives, cream, shallots, olive oil, and mushroom powder, which are readily available in your kitchen. You’ll need to prepare a delicious umami-rich lemon sauce that goes over the sturgeon and is topped with green onions and lemon juice.
This easy-peasy recipe is a guaranteed success. The best part is that it requires minimal ingredients like sturgeon, butter, salt and pepper, lemon, and parsley. All you need to do is sautée the fish in butter and seasoning and top it off with a kick of lemon juice and chopped parsley, and you have got yourself a tasty meal.
The famous sturgeon served with black caviar gives the dish a beautiful flavor and presentation. Use the right flame to pan-sear your fish in unsalted butter and tactfully flip it until it’s cooked to perfection. Simply marinate it with the spices such as thyme, pepper, and salt and satisfy your seafood craving.
There’s nothing better than a steaming bowl of hot sturgeon soup on a cold winter night. This sturgeon soup is a healthy blend of different vegetables boiled with tasty fish. Chop away carrots, turnips, onion, celery stem, fennel, leek, and zucchini. Use soy sauce, salt, and pepper to season the broth, and viola! The fish is ready to be served on a platter with the soup poured over it.
This sturgeon fish recipe is bursting with fresh flavors. A little drizzle of canola oil, diced shallots and garlic, lemon juice, grapefruit and some whipping cream cooks up a delectable Pernod cream sauce to smear on the dish and enjoy. Fennel, orange juice, and oil mixed together make a perfect citrus salad to be served with a pan-seared fish with a crunchy golden crust.