By: Allana Mortell
There’s something about Chilean sea bass that for me, evokes an image of cooking with my finest china, sipping on a nice Bordeaux with strands of pearls hanging over my neck. In laymen’s terms, I feel fancy as Chilean sea bass always catches my eye. The beauty of cooking sea bass lies in the various options you have to prepare the fish. Grilled, pan-fried, broiled or baked, the opportunities are endless. Whether glazed in miso or brushed lightly with olive oil and lemon juice, you want to highlight the fish without overpowering its delicate nature.
This recipe finds the sea bass atop a bed of the creamiest and most flavorful red pepper sauce around. Red peppers are traditionally roasted on the grill and while I’ve included different ways to roast or even broil the peppers in the oven, you can always use jarred roasted peppers in lieu of roasting on the grill. Though the flavor is certainly more intense from roasting the peppers yourself, this recipe contains some flexibility in how you want to ultimately prepare the sauce and fish itself.
So if you’re searching for that perfect recipe to help you show off your inner “gourmand,” look no further.
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