Monday, August 25, 2008

Barbeque Bass

What was leftover here was actually a lot of lemons that a friend had given me. So lemon juice is needed for fish, so fish it was. Also, the truth of the matter is, that me and my partner had gone for a nice fishing trip. We enjoyed the sun, had a nice snack, but we got NO FISH. So, we got some great chilean sea bass at a nice gourmet store for 22.99 a lb!! (That's why you go fishing, because it's much cheaper!) The secret to this recipe is the barbeque rub. You might think of that for meat, but on a chilean sea bass, a barbeque rub is music to a fisherman's ears!

Barbeque Rub
Barbeque Seasoning (use your favorite)
Ground Black Pepper

4 tbsp. Soy Sauce
Chopped Shallots
2 tbsp. White sugar


  • Rub the bass with all the ingredients
  • Heat up the pan with vegetable oil (medium heat)
  • Sear the fish approx. 2 1/2 minutes each side
  • Take the fish out to rest
  • Add the shallots into the same pan and saute until brown, add soy sauce and sugar
  • Drizzle sauce over the bass.
  • Squeeze the lemons over the fish
  • (I served with blanched sugar peas)

Enjoy the Fish without the Fishing!

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