Sea bass is a sustainable choice, and delicious to boot. We have recipes for sea bass fillets baked with fennel and white wine, whole sea bass cooked with oriental flavours, barbecued sea bass and much more.
A simple recipe for barbecued sea bass. If the fish is fresh, this dish is sure to please. Great for beach side barbecues.
You could use almost any fish fillet for this easy but tasty recipe. Tilapia, cod, salmon, sea bass - they'd all work a treat. If you don't have Cajun seasoning to hand, try using a mixture of chilli powder, cumin, oregano, thyme and black pepper.
A super flavourful sea bass recipe that uses storecupboard herbs and spices to create true Cajun flavour. The trick to 'blackening' the sea bass fillets is a really hot pan that sizzles when water hits it. Enjoy this with a crisp green salad or your favourite green veg, and a side of Spanish rice. You could also use red snapper fillets for this recipe.
Often referred to as the king of the sea, we are lucky enough to have some of the best sea bass in the world just off the shores of Lancashire. With its creamy white flesh, the fish is delicious just simply cooked.
A really impressive sea bass recipe, simple to make and delicious to eat. The Amarula adds a quirky twist. Serve with green vegetables and rice or potatoes.
Barley and celery add vitamins and minerals to this dish, while their textures enhance the delicate flesh and wonderful flavour of sea bass.
This colourful soup is light yet satisfying. Chunky cubes of white fish, prawns and small pasta shells combine with the full flavours of fennel and leek to make a delicious first course. Serve with warm crusty bread, or chunky slices off a hearty mixed-grain loaf or poppy-seed bread plait.
Ceviche is Peru's national dish, and although found in other countries, the Peruvian version is widely considered to be 'The Daddy'. Simple to prepare and quick to 'cook' (it isn't raw after all, the lime juice cooks the fish). The rocoto chilli is what lifts this dish to being authentically Peruvian instead of just a western take on a real classic.
A lovely way to enjoy a whole fish, baked to perfection with white wine and herbs. You could also use this easy recipe for a whole red snapper or sea bass. Ask your fishmonger to clean the fish for you.
I love this recipe as it's so simple but so tasty! I make this with homemade potato wedges, green beans and basil leaves.