Baked barramundi with tomato, potato + a sea urchin sauce

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Wild Weed Pie: A Lifetime of Recipes

By Janni Kyritsis and Roberta Muir

Published 2006

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The sea urchins in the Mediterranean are small, and fishermen and restaurants snip the tops off them with a specially made pair of scissors resembling a very large cigar-cutter. Australian sea urchins, however, are much larger, with a thicker shell. I used to split them in half with a cleaver, but this method was a bit rough and didn’t always leave all the tongues of roe intact (each sea urchin contains 5 tongues of roe). So I came up with an idea straight from my electrician’s toolbox. Aft