Fillet of Sea Bass Recipe

Are you ready for this so simple sea bass recipe.  You couldn't get easier.  So simple you probably wouldn't even call it a recipe. 

Sea bass is so tasty and not too "fishy" if you are not a big fish fan.  It is a long time since I have had home cooked sea bass.  In fact, now I think about it, it was back in 1973 when, at 13 years old, I helped my Dad catch one on a secluded beach in South Wales.

My favourite fresh fish to buy is usually mackeral because it is cheap, tasty and nutritious, but it can be very stinky.  This week, however, I got a bit adventurous, mostly because it was on offer and was surprised on opening the pack of sea bass fillets, to be met with quite a sweet pleasant aroma.  But then again, I am not exactly a hater of fish smells and am not ashamed of taking deep luscious breaths at a fish market.  You are probably now thinking I am quite the nutter.

any way here it is ..........

...... The Fillet of Sea Bass Recipe

I can't tell a lie, it wasn't altogether my own idea.  It was this recipe that inspired me.  However I changed it for two reasons.  1 I knew my other half would complain about rosemary leaves being inedible.  I was also worried he might choke on one.  2. I really wasn't in the mood for faffing about making slits and stuffing rosemary in them.  I also didn't quite see the point of putting them in the oven.

So, to get the rosemary scent and flavour, I first sizzled plenty of sprigs in butter then moved them to one side and fried the fish, skin side down in the flavoured butter.  Tasty!

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