Catalonian "rossejat" noodles and peanut crispy fish

Living in Catalonia (Spain) has been the best place to experiment all kind of mediterranean food, Noodles (or fideus in catalan) were invented by Italians, but catalans adapted perfectly with their cuisine.
In catalan, "rossejat" means toasted, and I was told this recipe is from the south of Catalonia,
I'm gonna improvise this dish, add a little changes in the easy way of course but im sure catalan people wont be offended. And the breaded fish will be tasty and crunchy complement for this mediterranean recipe.

Catalonian toasted noodles and peanut breaded fish
for 2-3 people

Breaded fish ingredients
-1 Teaspoon paprika
-1 Teaspoon oregano
-1 salt (to taste)
-1 cup chopped peanuts (chopped in a mortar)
-1 tablespoon breadcrumbs
-100grs white fish (like halibut or hake)
-Olive oil

Rossejat ingredients
-1 cup Fish stock
-1 ripe tomatoe chopped
-1 garlic clove chopped
-1 cup noddles
-6 prawns cleaned
-2 Tbspoon olive oil

Let's start with the noddles...

Heat the oil in a pan over low heat
now we start adding the noddles and stir with a wood spoon constantly until the noodles are brown, then add the garlic and stir fry them for 1 minute.
Then add the tomatoe, the stock and sprinkle salt and bring to boil on high heat, then add the prawns.
When noodles start to absorbs the liquid stop stirring and is done!

Hey hey hey, now the crispy fish...

mix all the spices and the peanut in a bowl, dip the fish into the mixture and roll it.
fry them in a hot pan, and that's all.
roll it...
serve all togheter
enjoy it! bon profit!

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