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ROASTED BASS WITH POTATOESA delicious dish at any time of the year is to bake fish in the oven and if I can choose, without a doubt, I prefer the sea bass that I usually bake with vegetables, potatoes, resulting in a comfortable recipe to make, very easy and with a delicious result.

There is only one requirement to take into account in this recipe, the times are different for the ingredients so we will go in parts giving the cooking point that the potatoes and onion need before taking it to the oven with the rest of the ingredients.

I'm excited about recipes with fish because they do not need a complex preparation, on the contrary, the simpler the preparation, the more prominence the fish will have, which will be able to show off its best flavor.

In my house we usually eat baked fish all year round, sometimes simpler fish and at other more special times such as celebrations or at Christmas time higher priced or more elaborate fish. Sea bass is always an ideal fish for the oven and if it is the size it is today, it does not have a very high price, we take advantage of putting it on.

At Christmas we love to put the Stuffed Whitingthe delicious baked snapperthe wild sea bass with vegetablesor he always falls into one of the parties, the turbot with refried sauce and baked potatoes

a delicious recipe It can lose all its charm if the sea bass or any fish is overcooked, it is better to be undercooked than overcooked. The total cooking time must be adjusted to the thickness of the sea bass. We will be watching the oven so that this magnificent fish is exquisite

Baked sea bass with potatoes


4 people

Preparation time 30 min

Cooking time 30 min

total time 1 h

  • 1 sea ​​bass of 1kg and 1/2 approximately
  • 1 to big mate
  • 3 medium potatoes
  • 2 medium sweet onions
  • Salt grinder black pepper
  • 100 ml of white wine or lager
  • Extra virgin olive oil.
  • fresh parsley for presentation
  • Cut the potatoes into very thin slices, sprinkle salt and black pepper and give them a first precooking that can be either frying them until they are al dente in a pan with oil, or in a microwave case cook them for 4 or 5 minutes at maximum power , or bring them to a boil with water and salt in a pot on the stove or, like me, cook them in the air fryer until they can be pricked with a fork but you can see that they still need to cook a little more. Well, once we have them like this, a little "al dente" we reserve them.

  • Wash and peel the onions and cut them into thin slices and sauté them in a frying pan with a couple of tablespoons of oil, salt and pepper. When they begin to colour, remove and reserve.

  • Wash the sea bass well, dry with kitchen paper, cut the upper part (up to the spine) in the portions you need, in this case, there are 4, sprinkle salt all over the sea bass, also in the cuts.

  • Can you leave the sea bass whole? yes, you can, then you just have to remove the whole skin and serve the loins, you could also cut the skin and serve in portions but the dull knives in domestic kitchens make the cut ugly, so it's better to cut before, not the sea bass You spoil it because it's a fatty fish and it's not going to dry out from cutting.

  • Wet a baking dish with oil, place the potatoes, the onions on top, the sea bass in the center, the tomatoes on the sides, water with the wine, a splash of oil and bake in a preheated oven at 200º with medium heat up and down. hour approx.

  • Finished baking, remove and serve.

Tips for a perfect baked sea bass: Sea bass is one of the fattiest white fish, so roasted whole in the oven it is very juicy. It has compact meat and a delicate flavor that does not require very complex preparations. The most critical point of this recipe is don't over bake. to clean it, don't wash it, better pass it a wet cloth so as not to subtract flavor. If you buy sea bass as a portion and you are going to cook several, ask that they be of a similar size. The small ones can weigh about 300 g.

The texture of the sea bass meat is simply extraordinary.

To enjoy!

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