September 30, 2021
Soy Ginger Baked Chilean Sea Bass is the perfect one dish meal ready in under 30 minutes!
Did you know that Chilean sea bass is actually not considered a bass at all. It was named so in the last century because the name Chilean sea bass was thought to sound better than its true name (Antarctic Toothfish). This chef-prized, deep water fish is known for its high-fat content and velvety mouthfeel. Chilean sea bass has a rich, melt in your mouth texture. Its white flesh and flaky meat, makes it perfect in just about any white fish recipe. Another bonus to its high omega-2 fatty acid content is that it is very forgiving with almost any cooking method. It is also important to note that here at Sizzlefish we’re supporting healthy, abundant oceans by partnering with the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch® program, and we're making changes to source only environmentally responsible seafood. You can learn more at seafoodwatch.org.
Let’s talk about this recipe now, shall we? The Chilean sea bass fillets are perfect for a quick dip in a marinade. Due to its mild flavor, the fillets really soak up this flavorful soy ginger marinade incredibly well. In this recipe, as the fish bakes, the sauce begins to thicken and coats the Chilean sea bass fillets beautifully. Baking this dish not only gives the fillets more time to soak up that scrumptious sauce, but also makes life a little easier. We have developed this recipe so that it can be made as a fancy dinner party dish or it’s easy enough to have as a quick weeknight meal! The fillets marinate for only 15 minutes and bake in about 10 minutes. You really can’t get easier (or more delicious) than that! We served our Soy Ginger Baked Chilean Sea Bass with a mixture of lightly sauteed shishito peppers and kale seasoned with a splash of sesame oil and freshly minced garlic. This dish would also be perfect with a side of fragrant jasmine rice to soak up more of that velvety sauce from the baked fillets. We are sure this will become one of your favorite go to recipes!
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes
Servings: 2 servings
May 12, 2021
You will love this Garlic Butter Chilean Sea Bass recipe! Easy to prepare and absolutely decadent, this is the perfect recipe for when you want to indulge yet have no time or desire to make a mess in the kitchen!
January 13, 2021