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Whip up this breaded barramundi recipe

leftPhil LempertPhilLempertTODAY Food Editorhttp://supermarketguru.com/page.cfm/367mailto:todaycontributors@feedback.msnbc.com;phil.lempert@nbc.comIn this special weekly feature, “Today” food editor Phil Lempert brings you recipes “stolen” (with permission) from notable restaurants across America. See how much fun you can have (and money you can save) by cooking these dishes at home.THIS W
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In this special weekly feature, “Today” food editor Phil Lempert brings you recipes “stolen” (with permission) from notable restaurants across America. See how much fun you can have (and money you can save) by cooking these dishes at home.

THIS WEEK: Breaded Barramundi with Roasted Corn & Orzo, Sweet Chili Relish, Roasted Beets & Pumpkin Seed from Bondi Road in New York City

Still hanging onto some pumpkins? Or are you eyeing those round, bright orange globes while you shop? Well you should, they're high in beta-carotene, potassium, vitamin C and fiber while low in fat. Besides the ubiquitous pumpkin pie, fresh pumpkin can easily be substituted in recipes that call for winter squash or sweet potatoes. Don't throw out those seeds. They're a good source of zinc, iron, copper, protein, and monounsaturated fats. Have no idea how to prepare them? Fear not, Chef Matthew Wool of Bondi Road makes a delicious side dish with roasted pumpkin seeds that might just become a new holiday favorite. By the way, we've "stolen" three different seasonal sides served with the Breaded Barramundi that are very versatile so mix and match and experiment with different main course pairings.

About the chef: Matthew Wool was born in Chile and was raised in Roslyn, New York. He grew up cooking for his mother and sister and never anticipated becoming a chef. He went to college at Nassau College and SUNY Farmingdale for business management and trained to be a stockbroker until the tragedy of September 11.

Some notable moments in his short career in the food industry have been at Osteria del Circo as a saucier, catering to celebrities at Present Tentations Catering, as a line chef at Bette, and most recently a sous chef at Tuscan Oven in Norwalk, Connecticut.

Breaded Barramundi with Roasted Corn & Orzo, Sweet Chili Relish, Roasted Beets & Pumpkin Seed is served at Bondi Road for $15 for the fish including a side, each additional side is $4. The recipe is for a serving size of two.

Breaded Barramundi with Roasted Corn & Orzo, Sweet Chili Relish, Roasted Beets & Pumpkin SeedBy Chef Matthew Wool at Bondi Road in New York City

Serves two

Breaded Barramundi Steal This Recipe® step-by-step Instructions:

1. Make an egg wash by cracking the eggs into a medium-sized container and whisk.

2. Take out two more medium-sized containers and place flour in one and bread crumbs in the other.

3. Season barramundi with salt and pepper to taste.

4. Turn the barramundi in the container with flour, then the container with the egg wash, and lastly the container with bread crumbs until the fillet is covered.

5. Deep fry until golden brown.

Roasted Corn and Orzo Steal This Recipe® step-by-step Instructions:

1. Bring a pot of water to boil and cook orzo (about 4 - 5 minutes), strain and cool.

2. Cook corn on the grill and then cut strip kernels from the cob.

3. Finely dice peppers and onions and chop your herbs.

4. Mix all the ingredients together with Honey Dijon Dressing.

Honey Dijon Steal This Recipe® step-by-step Instructions:

1. Place the mustard and honey in a bowl.

2. Stir in olive oil until emulsified.

Sweet Chili Relish Steal This Recipe® step-by-step Instructions:

1. Clean and dice all vegetables, remember to remove pith and seeds from cucumbers and peppers.

2. Mix vegetables together with sweet chili sauce and allow to sit and infuse for 30 minutes.

3. When ready to serve, sprinkle cashews over relish.

Roasted Beets and Pumpkin Seed Steal This Recipe® step-by-step Instructions:

Preheat oven to 450 degrees.

1. Clean and chop off green stems from beets.

2. Place beets in a baking pan and wrap in tin foil.

3. Cook in over for 15 – 20 minutes, test readiness with a small knife.

4. Cool beets until warm, then peel and cut in half.

5. Toast pumpkin seeds in pan till brown.

6. Mix Dijon and vinegar in a bowl.

7. Stir in olive oil until the dressing is emulsified.

8. Mix the beets with dressing and pumpkin seeds.

9. Top with feta and serve.

For complete nutritional information please go to www.stealthisrecipe.com

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Bondi Road

153 Rivington Street

New York, NY 10002

212-253-5311

www.bondiroad.com

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