Chilean Sea Bass

I made some Chilean Sea Bass for dinner the other day.  It is one of our favorites fishes.
We picked the first of our broccoli.

It is so much tastier than store bought. I roasted it in the oven with olive oil and S&P.

I cut the bass into serving size pieces and dried them off.

I coated them with a mixture of chili powder, cumin, granulated garlic and onion and salt and pepper.

I also made some fresh herb rice pilaf.

I seared the fish in a cast iron skillet in a bit of olive oil until it formed a crust.

Just before removing it from the heat, I add a knob of butter and the juice of one lemon.

The fish was flavorful and crisp on the outside.

And moist and flaky on the inside.

Comments

TARYTERRE said…
Love the idea of cumin and chili together. Sounds delicious. LOVE fish.
Sea bass is hard to find here but I love it. But then I love almost all kinds of fish.

Have a great day!
Christer.
Mmmm, healthy AND delicious!
Laurie said…
sounds and looks amazing!
Your OWN baked broccoli!!! Yummm...

and that fish looks delish!

Some Paleo books say, you can use some butter. How about that? And this recipe, is just a bit... Must show it to the Resident Chef.

:-)
Guillaume said…
Hmmmm... More fish. Yum.
Barb said…
Looks so tasty plus good for you!
Willow said…
Makes me want to go fishing ... yum!
I'd like to make a dinner reservation for two! That looks delicious! Have a great day.
Joy said…
Looks healthy and flavorful! Too bad it's not Turkish sea bass! ;-)
yum. i love fish and brocs.
luckybunny said…
Sea bass looks ah-maz-ing!
OMG Joyce..what it must be like to have you cooking dinner every night! HEAVEN!
chickpea678 said…
Yum! Going on the "to cook" list!