Orange Cacao Rub, Roasted Paiche Fish

fish with spice rub and butter sauce

What do I say about a prehistoric fish? I wish I could have Adam over at my local Whole Foods tell you. (He works in the fish department.) I asked him about this paiche and he spoke excitedly. “Love this fish. It’s been very popular,” he tells me. So pai-che was on my dinner table the other night. I even asked my neighbor to join us. Well, let me tell you with excitement, just like Adam, “This is a great fish! We loved it!”

A lot like Chilean sea bass, this is a firm and mild fish. There is not much shrinkage to speak of. I bought 1.38 pounds and I could have easily made 4 servings out of this, but we ate it in three. No skin on this fish, equals no waste. It is a fresh water fish, kosher, and lives in piranha infested waters. The scales on this fish are like armor.

Arapaima is the largest  freshwater fish in South America. It is considered a living fossil and has no lungs or gills. To breathe air it must come to the surface every 5-15 minutes and was originally hunted by spearfishing. It still is considered endangered in the wild but the Amazone project has learned how to farm these fish. Hence, Whole Foods is now selling it. And even Morimoto cooked with it on Iron chef.

 

Fish with spice rub

I could tell you much more, but what I really want you to know is that this fish is so easy to cook with. I cut my fillet into three pieces and the middle section did have one big piece of bone. It came out in one piece and that was it. No more bones to be had. There are many ways one could prepare this, but I seared it and then finished it off in the oven. The results showed that it was still moist, full of flavor and had a great tender but rich, substantial texture.

I used a cocoa nib, orange and clove rub. Sounds weird and I must admit that when I made it, I thought this wasn’t going to work. I took the recipe from the Mast Brothers cookbook. Yeah, same one I got the Cincinnati chili from. (And guess what? They do sell their chocolate at Whole Foods. I didn’t know until I went there looking for paiche. It is pricey though, so I’ll have to wait until another time.) I thought the rub tasted a bit salty, but after the fish was baked, it was perfect. It was then topped with a light browned butter sauce and served over Basmati rice in which I threw some dried apricots.  My neighbor and Manservant raved about this dinner and though I’m not one to toot my own horn, well, it was a pretty, pretty good dinner!

 

Orange cacao rub

Whole Foods also sent over some protein powder by Vega and Garden of Life. Manservant was ecstatic. He is convinced that by getting 30g of protein in the morning that it will jump start his metabolism and help him eat less and lose weight faster. He, of course, read this in a book. I, of course, will let you know his progress. And if it works I will be convinced and try it too!

Alex saw the containers in the pantry when he came home and said, “This is the good stuff!” He apparently buys something online that he drinks after he works out.  Manservant has already asked for more and said to tell Whole Foods to send it! (Consider this a request, Danielle!) It is all over their store right now and I must tell you that I’m partial to the Vega brand, but Manservant is happy with either.  Both are gluten and dairy free but Garden of Life does has some soy. They also both contain cocoa which is a great thing in my book! Check them out if you need a boost. They make you feel very healthy after you gulp them down!

And now for the piece de resistance! (My computer doesn’t do accents or maybe it’s me that doesn’t know how to type them!)

A few notes on cocoa nibs:  They are fermented, dried, roasted and crushed cacao beans. They resemble chocolate, but have no sugar or other flavors added. They give texture  to the rub and they kind of melt in, but not quite. I also used them in a vinaigrette! Earthy and nutty is the best way I can think to describe them. They worked perfectly in this rub. Can’t wait to add some to chocolate chip cookies to see what they do!

 

paiche, orange cacao rub, butter sauce



Orange Cacao Nib Roasted Paiche
From: Mast Brothers Chocolate
Yield: 2-4 servings depending on size of fish
Total Time: About 30 minutes
Ingredients:
Browned Butter Sauce
1 stick butter
2 T white wine vinegar
2 egg yolks
Spice Rub
1/2 c cacao nibs
1 T orange zest
1 T whole cloves
2 t sea salt
2 t black pepper

1-1 1/2lb paiche fillet
1 T olive oil
Directions:
Start with the sauce:
Put butter in a small saucepan over medium heat and cook until golden brown. Let cool to room temperature. While butter is browning, whisk vinegar and egg yolks together. Slowly add browned butter to the egg yolk mixture, whisking until emulsified. Season with salt if desired. Keep at room temperature until ready to use.

Spice Rub:
Put all of the ingredients in a mortar and pestle and grind to a somewhat fine paste. Or throw in a mini processor and pulse a few times!

Fish:
Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Cut paiche into desired serving sizes. Rub spice mixture on top of fish. Heat a cast iron skillet with olive oil over high heat. Sear fish on unrubbed side for two minutes. Place pan in oven for about 10 minutes or until fish reaches your desired doneness!

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  • Cecilia Richter
    September 13, 2018 at 7:00 am

    Tried this recipe and the rub is ridiculously strong! Scraping was not enough – we had to wash the fish off to get all the cloves off so we could enjoy the delicious fish underneath it. I’m Peruvian and eat every kind of spicy food but this recipe is inedible.

    • Abbe Odenwalder
      September 13, 2018 at 10:00 am

      Sorry you felt that way Cecilia. We really liked this dish so I guess everyone has their own palette. Though this is a Peruvian fish, it isn’t a Peruvian recipe. Cloves are definitely something that not everyone likes. They must also be ground very fine and I think the butter sauce really helps balance the recipe. Thanks for letting me know and I’m still glad you enjoyed the fish.

  • The Health-Minded
    September 5, 2014 at 11:04 pm

    Cacao is loaded with antioxidants and I enjoy throwing it in my smoothies and use it in making granola but I love how you have gone savory here with it. Looks divine!

  • Miss Dre
    February 10, 2014 at 11:08 pm

    I've never tried paiche but this looks yummy! I love seafood, so would definitely have loved to try this out. And I bet the spice rub was just divine!

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    I am all about anything with brown butter and cacao in it! Sounds delicious!

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    Have to admit that I am not really very fond of most fish. I do like the freshly caught trout my husband brings home though – we usually use some kind of marinade and grill it. This looks very interesting though!

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    I was telling Holly the other day that I am going to try make a curry out of the paiche. It will be outstanding,,I hope :))

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    I will have to look for that fish – Chilean sea bass is one of the "non-fishy" types of fish I like – but the price tag of $23 a pound – I am not buying it to make at home anytime soon!

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    I know it's endangered fish but my absolutely favorite is Chilean seabass. Just love that buttery and rich flavor. Since it's an endangered species I have most recently been enjoying halibut and wild salmon. Thanks for introducing me to paiche I'll be looking for it in Whole Foods next time!

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    I love this fantastic looking paiche, prepared in a very creative way!
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    Hi Abbe,

    I love Chilean Sea Bass. I have not heard of the fish you posted about until you posted today- I will have to check it out at Whole Foods and see what I can do.
    As for how I make the sea bass, I usually make it very simple and use lemon juice, salt, and pepper. I don't experiment too much with fish, but I am going to start doing so.
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