Pan Seared Chilean Sea Bass Recipe is beautiful, very white fleshed fish. It’s one of the most heavenly pieces of fish you could ever eat. Cooking Sea Food in a pan is one of the easiest things you can absolutely do. Here’s one interesting recipe of Chilean sea bass with lemon butter sauce. Follow this recipe to cook yourself a Perfect restaurant-style Chilean Sea Bass Fish that has a golden crispy crust on the outside and smooth buttery texture in the inside.
Preparation Time: 20- 25 minutes
- 2 6 -oz Chilean Sea Bass Fillets
- Kosher Salt
- Black Pepper
- Paprika Powder
- Canola Oil or Grapeseed Oil
How to Prepare The Chilean Sea Bass?
- Pat the fish dry so that most of the moisture of the fish is removed. It will give a nice brown color to the fish on the outside.
- Season the Sea Bass with Kosher Salt, Black Pepper and paprika powder according to your preference.
- Cook the Chilean Sea Bass in Canola Oil at medium to low flame.
- Sear the fish till you get a crispy golden crust. The fish takes four to five minutes to cook on each side.
- After the fish is cooked, set them aside on the plate.
- Chilean sea bass has high oil content itself. Hence, if cooked in heavy sauces it tends itself to smoking. It’s best to use canola oil or grape seed oil when you’re pan searing. Olive Oil and butter can smoke everything out.
Lemon Butter Sauce
Here’s one of the easiest yet restaurant- worthy lemon butter sauce recipe that will add value to your plate!
Preparation Time: 5 minutes
- One Lemon
- 30-gram Butter
- Chili Flakes (Optional)
- Herbs (Rosemary, Thyme, Sage etc.) (Optional)
How to Prepare the Lemon Butter Sauce?
- Add the Butter to the pan and melt over light to medium flame.
- Once the butter is all melted, add lemon juice.
- To further add to the taste, add chill flakes, peppers and herbs.
- Simmer the sauce for four minutes.
- Switch off the heat and serve with your favorite Chilean Sea Bass Fillets
- In case you’re using unsalted butter, add a pinch of salt to add the flavor.
- The sauce stays hot for about thirty minutes. In case, it gets cold and start to condense, heat the sauce in the microwave for about thirty minutes.
- You can add more than one lemon if you prefer more sharp taste.
You can pair the Chilean sea bass with a side serving of mashed potatoes and broccoli. It totally compliments the white fish and add healthy nutrition to the plate.
FACTS ABOUT CHILEAN SEA BASS
- Chilean Sea Bass is an expensive fish usually served at the posh and elite restaurants.
- It is a white and flaky dish having a good buttery taste.
- It is a low-calorie fish
- Chilean Sea bass is a rich source of proteins, omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin D.
- The fish contains high mercury level due to pollution. Don’t eat too much of the fish in one serving. Pregnant women should avoid the fish.