Fresh fish, whether caught by you or purchased from your neighbourhood butcher or fish monger, is easier to come by while fishing season is in full swing. The kingklip is a common white fish in the waters off the coast of South Africa. You can’t have a seafood braai without sampling this lemon butter kingklip and mushroom parcels. In addition to being an excellent method of cooking fish, you can also use the technique to create individual parcels for your guests.
Lemon butter kingklip and mushroom parcels
Kingklip has a superb texture even after being cooked in bundles because to its comparatively high fat content. Use parchment paper for baking, or double-wrap your packages in foil and pierce a few holes in the top to let the steam out. The fish is enhanced by the flavour of the steamed veggies and mushrooms, and the whole packet may be eaten as a single meal. However, rice or fresh bread slathered in butter complement this meal well.
In the summer, there is a greater availability of seafood, and this is perfect since it goes well on the braai. We recommend this kingklip and mushroom parcels with lemon butter.