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Seared Seabass
with Tomatoes, Spinach Sautéed and Potato Fondant

Cooking Time 30 minutes

Category

Seafood

Serving

1 Person

Cuisine

Italian

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Nothing says sumptuous seafood like a fresh cut of prime seabass, gently (and quickly) pan seared to perfection. This delicious dish pairs wonderfully with a colorful side of sauteed spinach and tomatoes, along with a handful of fondant potatoes bursting with an aromatic stock.

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Ingredients

Directions

Step 1 – Bake your Potatoes

Turn on the Oven at 180°.

In a frying Pan with metal hand (oven friendly) over a High Heat add (1) tablespoonful (TBSP) of olive oil, (1) cube of butter and potatoes. Add 1whole garlic clove, fresh thyme and season with salt and black pepper. Cook the potatoes for (2) minutes on each side or until golden brown skin colour.

Step 2 - Move around the kitchen

Add vegetables stock to the same pan and bring the mix boil. Remove the pan from the heat and place it inside the preheated oven at 180° for (20) Minutes.

Step 3 – Some more work with the veggies

Chop the cherry tomatoes in half and chop the garlic clove into thin slices. In a new cooking pan over a medium heat, place (1) tablespoonful (TBSP) of olive oil, the chopped cherry tomatoes, and the chopped garlic clove then stir for (2) Minutes. Add (1) cube of butter, lemon zest, dry oregano, baby spinach, then season with salt and pepper if desired. Keep on a medium-low heat for (5) Minutes. Cover and keep warm.

Step 4 – Sear your seabass

In a new frying pan over a medium heat add (1) tablspoonful (TBSP) of olive oil, sear seabass for (2) Minutes on each Side. Add (2) tablespoonful (TBSP) of lemon juice, 1 cube of butter and keep cooking for (1) Minute. Remove the pan from the heat and keep warm until the potatoes are cooked.

Step 5 – Assembly the Dish

On a serving plate, place the spinach and tomato as the first layer on, then top it with the seabass and don’t forget the potatoes on the side. Juice it up by the remaining juice from the seabass pan. Enlighten!!

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Rated 5 out of 5
March 18, 2021

This meal was really amazing and delicious, the seabass was really tasty and the cherry tomatoes with the baby spinach really add a great taste to the whole dish… definitly recommend it👍👍

Ingy

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Rated 5 out of 5
March 14, 2021

Delicious Meal 👍👍

Rania Attia

Amazing taste

Rated 5 out of 5
February 21, 2021

The Seared Seabass is top notch! Nothing says sumptuous seafood like a fresh cut of prime sea bass, gently (and quickly) pan seared to perfection. This delicious dish pairs wonderfully with a colorful side of sauteed spinach and tomatoes, along with a handful of fondant potatoes bursting with an aromatic stock.

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