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How to Cook Sea Bass

As with many seafood recipes, there are many ways you can cook sea bass to achieve different, equally tasty results. Grilling, roasting and pan-frying sea bass are the most common ways of cooking. Here’s how to nail all three methods of cooking sea bass!

How to pan-fry sea bass

Guaranteeing a skin crisped to perfection, pan-frying sea bass fillets is one of our favourite methods. To pan-fry sea bass, drizzle a splash of oil in a frying pan on medium-high heat. Pat the sea bass dry with kitchen paper and season.
Once hot, carefully lay the fish into the pan, skin-side down. Cook for 3-4 mins before turning over and cooking for 2-3 mins on the other side. Mimi’s top tip: To get crispy skin on the fish, don't move it around when it's cooking skin-side down. Our pan-seared sea bass with warm tomato salsa is a great sea bass recipe to try this method with!

How to grill sea bass

Cook sea bass fillets under a preheated medium grill for around three minutes, turning once and brushing with olive oil occasionally will ensure the tastiest results.

How to roast sea bass

Lay the sea bass fillets onto a lined baking tray, skin-side down. Drizzle with oil and season with salt and pepper. Bake on the top shelf until the fish is cooked through, usually in around 10-15 mins.
IMPORTANT: Wash your hands and equipment after handling raw fish. The fish is cooked when opaque in the middle. Remember to always check the internal temperature of your sea bass (it should be around 45-50°C / 110-125°F) before eating.

Recipes Using Sea Bass

Sea bass pairs well with a variety of cuisines and ingredients, so if you’ve got some sea bass in your fridge and you’re wondering what to cook for dinner tonight, here are some recipes using sea bass for inspiration.
  • Mediterranean sea bass dishes: Due to its mild flavour, and ability to absorb the herbs, olive oil and fresh ingredients recognised in this cuisine, along with many other fish, sea bass is an extremely popular component in Mediterranean cooking. If you’re looking for a Mediterranean recipe using sea bass, why not try our lemony herb sea bass recipe with bulgur and charred courgettes, and see for yourself.
  • Pasta with sea bass: If you’re stuck for a recipe to use your sea bass in tonight, why not try a simple but delicious pasta dish? Something like this crispy sea bass tagliatelle recipe will take under 20 minutes and will satisfy your cravings from the off.
  • Fennel with sea bass: Dressing your sea bass with fennel before cooking gives an aromatic, slightly sweet, liquorice-like undertone. Finish with the juice of a lemon and pair with a side of potatoes for a simple, satisfying lunch option.
  • Thai sea bass dishes: Sea bass is popular in Thai recipes, due to its ability to complement the flavours perfectly. This Thai dish uses sea bass with green beans, chilli, rice and lime, creating a perfect fresh, zesty and comforting meal with a cooking time of just 15 minutes.

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