Of course, this way you can make any fish, but the charm of the recipe is to be a bigger fish, with the effect of "Wow!" at any meal, including a more festive one. I made the recipe twice, with carp from a fish farm and Danube carp, as if the 2nd one was not so greasy, but both very good.
In the fasting version, grease the carp on top with olive oil and sprinkle only the greens.
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The fish is cleaned and washed well.
Spread a baking tray with Teflon foil, or baking paper - in the worst case leave it like that, but grease with a little oil.
Put the fish in the pan and sprinkle it well on all sides, inside-out with lemon juice.
Then sprinkle with salt and grease with crushed garlic and a few drops of oil, the same on all sides, not just on top.
Leave to marinate for 30 minutes, you can put the tray in the fridge or leave it on the kitchen table.
After this time, cover it on top with aluminum foil and put it in the preheated oven at 200 degrees for 30 minutes.
Then take it out of the oven, set the foil aside and grease with mayonnaise or sour cream.
Sprinkle with finely grated cheese, then chopped greens.
In the fasting version, grease with just a little oil and sprinkle with greens.
Put it in the oven for 10-15 minutes, without foil on top, until it makes a reddish crust.
Then remove it and let it penetrate and cool for 10-15 minutes.
Here you can see how I took it with foil from the oven tray and pushed it lightly with a spatula on the plate.
I did it once and without foil, I took it with 2 spatulas but the fish was breaking.
So you have to be inventive at this step :)
Decorate with greens, vegetables and lemon, according to your preferences.
Although it doesn't look like the picture, the fish is big, you can see it here compared to a lemon :)
You can serve it with the help of 2 tablespoons, or 1 tablespoon + 1 fork and take pieces of fish for each at the table.
At the garnish we had salad, but it works whatever you like - rice, potatoes, etc.
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