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How to make pan seared Chilean Sea Bass

Updated on July 23, 2012


4 Chilean Sea-bass fillets
3 Vidalia Onions
12 oz Olive Oil
1 bottle Marsala or red cooking wine
2 crushed garlic cloves
2 sticks Butter
1 Whole Lemon
! large Red Pepper

8 oz Mushrooms

4 oz chopped basil

2-4 oz Soy sauce

Cooking directions

Pan fry one large pepper in 2-3 oz olive oil.
Mix in with butter, grind in a little pepper and squeeze one quarter of the lemon over it.

In an oven dish, add 1/2 stick butter, onions, 4 oz olive & 2 oz balsamic oil & 1-2 crushed garlic cloves.
Cook in oven at 250 degrees for 10-12 mins or until crisp & tender.

In a pan, add 1/2 stick butter, some onions, a dash of wine and 8 oz mushrooms. Heat until crispy & browned. Set aside.

Add fillets to hot buttered pan (get butter browned first)Take the pepper mix and brush on the fillets.Add some chopped basil & black pepper.Cook for 10-14 minutes, till fillets are singed and flake easily. add 1/2 oz-2/3 oz wine, then turn down the heat to medium, Add mushrooms 1/4 oz soy sauce.

Add mash potatoes or/or garden salad.
Light sweet wine.



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    • jjcane profile image

      jjcane 5 years ago from Mass

      Thanks to you all, I hope your dishes all turn out well.

      Red wine is ok with fish if it's a very light wine.

      No heavy or very dark wines.

    • Cat R profile image

      Cat R 5 years ago from North Carolina, U.S.

      This sounds awesome!

    • olbizz profile image

      olbizz 5 years ago from Philippines

      Wow, delicious recipe..

    • rjsadowski profile image

      rjsadowski 5 years ago

      Nice recipe. I am happy to see that you are not afraid to prepare fish with red wine.

    • Bredavies profile image

      Bredavies 5 years ago

      mouth watering recipe. Thanks for sharing. :)