Life All Travel Destinations Entertaining Food All Chefs Recipes Restaurants Wine Matching Wine All Wine 101 Wine News Wine Regions Wine Varietals Home > Selector Magazine > Food > Mark Olive’s Barramundi in paperbark Food Mark Olive’s Barramundi in paperbark Preparation time Cooking time Serves 4-6 Ingredients 1 large fillet deep sea barramundi 12 rolls paperbark 10ml lemon oil 10g lemon myrtle 1 lemon 1 ball cooking string Method Pre-heat oven to 180ºC. Cut paperbark into a square. Brush it down with the lemon oil. Dust a little of the lemon myrtle onto the bark. Place the barramundi on the bark. Brush with the oil and dust with the lemon myrtle. Cut a couple of lemon rings and lay over the barramundi. Squeeze a little of the lemon over the fish and fold the bark over the fish. Place a small saucepan with 100ml water on the stove on a low heat. Tie each end with the cooking string and cover with alfoil, so the bark doesn’t burn, bake for 15 to 20 minutes. Wine match: Cooks Lot 333 Riesling 2016 Food Preparation time Cooking time Serves 4-6 SHARE You might also like Food Lyndey Milan's Lemon curd tart Food Pan fried fillet of Murray cod with roasted shallots and red wine Food Tetsuya Wakudu’s Slow roasted snapper with olive, capers and tomato recipe Words by Tetsuya Wakudu on 3 Sep 2017 The Mediterranean elements in this seafood dish lend it to this issue’s Rosé from Krinklewood in the Hunter Valley. A biodynamically produced wine, it has lifted aromas of spice and orange rind with an harmonious palate of sweet and savoury elements making it the perfect pairing for the fine, umami-rich flavours in this dish.