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How to serve seabass

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sweetheart Wed 09-Oct-19 11:36:39

Please can you inspire me with your ways to serve seabass? What do you accompany it with?

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chillychicken Wed 09-Oct-19 11:39:44

Crushed new potatoes, samphire and a squeeze of lemon. Simple but delicious.

karmakameleon Wed 09-Oct-19 12:51:12

Same here. Keep it simple. I dust with seasoned flour and fry with a little butter. Usually sautéed potatoes and some steamed veg with it.

Ozziewozzie Wed 09-Oct-19 12:57:14

Salt and pepper skin side, then fry in oil, skin side down first. Once done, transfer to plate and cover with foil.
Next, fry halved cherry tomatoes, with chopped garlic and a fresh chopped chilli. You can add mushrooms, peppers if you like. Transfer to plate, and plonk sea bass on top. I serve with buttered new potatoes too

MustardScreams Wed 09-Oct-19 12:59:27

Crab hollandaise and new potatoes with some sort of greenery (tenderstem, samphire, kale etc).

Make hollandaise as usual, when ready stir in finely chopped tarragon, parsley and around 50g each of brown and white crab meat (I buy the ready picked stuff in a tub from M&S).

Looks and tastes incredible, but v easy.

BendingSpoons Wed 09-Oct-19 13:04:23

Cover in chopped peppers (other veg works too e.g. tomatoes, courgette) then cover in breadcrumbs. Sometimes I add cheese in the breadcrumbs, sometimes I add cream cheese or pesto to the fish first.

Serve with homemade chunky chips.

Mac47 Wed 09-Oct-19 18:55:30

Always with greek salad here.

CherryPavlova Wed 09-Oct-19 18:57:04

Serve on bed of fennel with a lemon and pepper butter.

moreismore Wed 09-Oct-19 18:57:53

Lightly pan fried with chilli and mango salsa

RobertSmithdoesmyhair Wed 09-Oct-19 19:00:00

Red lentil dhal and rice.

earlgreymarl Wed 09-Oct-19 19:03:34

Panfried seabass with salsa Verde and mash with steamed mange tout and if you like some miso / mushroom sauce AMAZING!

AdaColeman Wed 09-Oct-19 19:19:40

Shallow fry, towards the end of cooking, add a splash of pastis over the fish. Plate the fish, pour over the cooking juices and serve with pea puree.

Finely chop tomatoes & garlic,. In a shallow pan, cook gently to warm through, then add some white wine, and when it bubbles add the fish. While it's cooking add some capers and black olives and diced gherkin.
Add more wine if needed so the tomatoes stay moist, you can add some tomato puree if needed to keep the colour bright.
Serve with plain rice or just crusty bread.

jelly79 Wed 09-Oct-19 20:01:53

Spinach and chickpea curry

BolloxtoGender Wed 09-Oct-19 20:08:24

Steam sea bass with Pakistan choi, ginger, spring onions and chilli 🌶 (family recipe).

With jasmine rice.

BolloxtoGender Wed 09-Oct-19 20:08:48

Pak choi even

SalamanderOnHoliday Wed 09-Oct-19 21:40:19

this is fabulous. With rice and broccoli.

Sunburntfizz Thu 10-Oct-19 10:00:10

We serve it with a caramelised red onion mash and steame/sautéed broccoli or asparagus

myrtleWilson Thu 10-Oct-19 10:04:35

Normally steamed with ginger etc. Or pan fried with tomato and chorizo cassoulet and samphire

Awning10 Thu 10-Oct-19 18:48:17

Fish tray bake... with asparagus, tomatoes, pancetta, garlic, chilli, lemon.

MaryLane93 Thu 10-Oct-19 23:32:23

Drizzled with olive oil and pesto, served with salad of sliced buffalo mozzarella, tomatoes with a pinch of salt, black olives, capers and/or avocado and lots of fresh basil. Crusty bread on the side.

Baked in the oven with butter and fresh dill or tarragon, served with buttered new potatoes, baked cherry tomatoes and asparagus/green beans/tender stem broccoli

Coated in cream cheese, then bread crumbs, then grilled until crispy. Served on top of spaghetti marinara, or with potatoes fried in garlic, and plenty of rocket.

HeroicAlien Thu 10-Oct-19 23:50:51

Any of these.

But also a recipe that I can't find online where you bake it in a parcel with shiitake mushrooms. Will try and find it tomorrow and post a picture.

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