Yesterday at the Redondo farmer’s market I saw a fish stand that looked so appetizing, it was time to buy some fish, Branzino. In Italy I ate Branzino, a Mediterranean Sea Bass, almost weekly. I just use a simple recipe. I stuff the whole fish with fennel, mainly the stems and exterior core, the stuff not presentable enough for a salad or other. I bake it. I put it in at 350 degrees for 20 mins and then at 400 for 10. After it’s done I filet it or if the fish is small serve whole. http://www.videojug.com/film/how-to-eat-fish-on-the-bone
I served our branzino with a side of Brussel sprouts and some salt water potatoes cooked in dill. Just toss some dill in the boiling water.
- On the menu: Branzino al Sale from Lake Worth’s Paradiso (pbpulse.com)
- Dukan Diet day one-fish and crab (karinemeals.wordpress.com)
- Let’s Talk “Fennel” (texasbounty.wordpress.com)
- Brussels Sprouts: a vegetable reflection (thevegetablemanifesto.com)